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Erratica Trail

 4.5 (4)

2.3 Miles 3.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

92' 28 m

Ascent

-129' -39 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

6%

Max Grade (4°)

609' 186 m

High

563' 172 m

Low

Shared By Jordan Byron

Conditions


Bad / Closed 88 days ago
Muddy History

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One of the newer trails in Rockland Preserve with lots of accessible features.

Jordan Byron

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

The Erratica Loop (black arrows) links at the Bambi rotary at M8 via a short connector segment to M9 where users can continue along Bee Line to the Renee's Way lot or follow the Erratica Trail. The Erratica Trail is marked beginner based on the challenge level found by riding around obstacles. However, there are many options along this trail to raise the challenge level to almost an advanced level. Additionally, this trail is at least 2+ miles, so true beginners may not prefer this option.

The trail starts downhill through carved turns and then climbs back through the center of the space past a giant glacial erratic that gave the trail its name. It continues to wind uphill with plenty of breaks for obstacles and features. A favorite feature appears near the end of the Erratica Trail where it splits left for the beginner option or right to the brown mounds pump line (expert only). All options converge at M10 and then direct users back along the yellow trail to M11with options back to the lots or the Bambi rotary.

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Oct 13, 2017
Aaron Anderstrom
Apr 15, 2017
Holly Hess

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  4.5 from 4 votes

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  4.5 from 4 votes
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#16

in Connecticut

#4,062

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