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Blue Trail

Intermediate
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Blue trail has it all, and is subsequently one of the most well-ridden trails.


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Map Key

2.4

Miles

3.9

KM

Singletrack

457' 139 m

High

185' 56 m

Low

274' 83 m

Up

266' 81 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

A Few:
  • No mountain biking from January 1st though April 30th.
  • The park is closed at sunset.
  • No mountain biking is allowed when the trails are excessively wet.
  • Note that there are a handful of trails, including the orchard, that are closed to mountain biking.
  • See ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=… for hunting information.

Description

One of the most ridden trails in the Preserve, Blue Trail has it all:
  • Climbing
  • Descending
  • Easy roots
  • Easy rocks
  • Stream crossings

Blue Trail can easily be ridden as a loop in and of itself, but most riders will use it to connect from Trout Brook to Crow Hill Preserve.

Contacts

Local Club: Fairfield County NEMBA

Land Manager: Aspetuck Land Trust

Shared By:

Michael Blake 22

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Photos

Dogs and Hikers are a common sight on the Blue/White Loop as it is the "Off-Leash Loop."
Nov 29, 2014 near Easton, CT
The intersection between Orange Trail and Blue Trail at Trout Brook Valley.
Nov 29, 2014 near Easton, CT
Cruising down the Blue Trail.
Nov 28, 2014 near Easton, CT
Snow on the trail!
Nov 28, 2014 near Easton, CT

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