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Level: Intermediate
Length: 20 mi (32.2 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +929/ -984 ft
Total: 42 riders

Mountain Biking Trout Brook Valley

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#13 of 112 mountain bike trails in Connecticut
#2,094 in the world

Lots of really technical single track and a few fire roads. Closed during the Winter. Some trails are off limits to bikes.

First added by GreenGiant on May 21, 2007. Last updated May 8, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
From NY - East on Merritt Pkwy, Exit 44 "Route 58, Fairfield" Route 58 (Black Rock Tpke) to Route 136. Go South (left) on 136... Take second right onto Old Redding Road. Follow this until it dead-ends into the Weston Animal Hospital, make right. Right at Bradley Lane takes you right to trail head.
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  • zare

    Great trail for senior citizens

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  • Austin Hollister

    No biking permitted from Jan. 1st- Apr. 30th.

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  • hollyanne99

    This trail gets a higher rating strictly based on the blue loop. It offers a long climb that works your aerobic threshold and you are later rewarded by an awesome descent! So fun that I had to do it again. The green is more beginner oriented and just a vehicle to add mileage. The white trail starts out as easy doubletrack and changes to fun singletrack getting a bit more technical the further you ride until finally you are so frustrated at dismounting your bike so many times that you head back! A mix of trails for everyone.

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  • raptr20

    Nice trails but it's a shared use trail system so some of the trails were not designed for mtn biking. Trails are nicely marked and there are maps available at the trail head. Blue trail has a nice little climb in the beginning and a nice down hill at the end. Green trail had some narrow wooden bridges. You are partly on a gravel road at points within the green trail.

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  • fstrazar

    These trails are "the Best"! This is one of my favorite places to ride locally. NEMBA works with the land trust folks to make sure the trails are maintained for both hikers and bikers.

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  • David Slump

    Excellent riding area with lots of rocks. A few steep climbs, otherwise rolling and rock gardens. After heavy rains lots of technical sections with rocks, roots and deep water crossings.

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  • captainsnowboard

    These very well maintained and marked trails vary from easy to difficult, but nothing too severe. I would consider most of the trails to be "fast and flowey.". Some good trails are off limits currently due to waterfowl breeding, but there is plenty to explore. Maps are available at all the official parking lots/trail heads.

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  • GreenGiant

    Trails: Quite a few, steep technical climbs, lots and lots of rock gardens, very advanced trail riding. Northern Section is harder to ride than the lower section. Lots and lots of drops and rollers all over the place, basically typical New England riding.

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