|Trail Name||Difficulty||Length (mi)||Rating||City|
|Brooksvale Park And Naugatuck State Forest||Advanced||10.0||Hamden|
|Cheshire Lock 12||Easiest||18.0||Cheshire|
|Collis P Huntington State Park||Intermediate||20.0||Bethel|
|Dingle Brook Trail||6.0||Newtown|
|East Rock Park||Intermediate||5.0||New Haven|
|Farmington Canal Heritage Trail||Easiest||5.0||Hamden|
|Funny Farm North||Beginner||5.0||Newtown|
|George C Waldo St Park||Intermediate||7.0||Southbury|
|Larkin State Bridal Trail||Easiest||10.0||Southbury|
|Lower Paugussett State Forest||6.0||Newtown|
|Monroe Rail Trail||8.0||Monroe|
|Nassahegan State Forest||Intermediate||15.0||Burlington|
|Pequonnock River Valley State Park / Trumbull||Intermediate||15.0||Trumbull|
|Rockhouse Hill Sanctuary||Intermediate||12.0||Oxford|
|Trumbull Rail Trail||Easiest||6.0||Trumbull|
|Upper Paugussett State Forest||6.0||Newtown|
|West Rocks State Park||Intermediate||12.0||New Haven|
There are miles of mountain bike trails in the area.
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