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Buttrick Road Trail

Intermediate

Trail

1.2 mile 2.0 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 59' 18 m
Descent: -374' -114 m
High: 1,149' 350 m
Low: 776' 236 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 20% (11°)

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Trail shared by Rich Greeley

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A converted forest work road to hiking trail (blue/red blaze) terminated by green gates on Guerdat Road and Winsted Rd.

Rich Greeley

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State of CT requires dogs to be leashed but low volume in the area means most people don't.

Need to Know

While this trail carries blue/red blazes and connects to CFPA's John Muir trail it is bike legal.

Description

This old forest work road offers a small parking area at the bottom. Torrington Trails Network did a nice job converting it into a relatively smooth, multi-use trail to connect the Sue Grossman Greenway on the Winsted Road to the hike-only John Muir Trail that runs from Sunnybrook to Burr Pond.

Use Buttrick to reconnect to the Burr/Paugnut Main Loop after riding down Whipping Post. It's a steady grind up (maybe 0.4 miles) but mostly on reclaimed asphalt.

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