Mountain Biking Trails in Connecticut
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Mountain Biking Trails in Connecticut

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Connecticut has 140 mountain biking trails. These trails range from 0 to 23.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Babcock Preserve, Sherwood Island Connector and The Mianus Maze. Trails.com member Amy H. recently completed Farmington Canal Heritage Trail.
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This unique trail system, located in the Mianus River Park near Greenwich, Connecticut, ...
Just north of the town of Trumbull, off Connecticut Highway 25. The terrain is flat, except ...
This park has rugged sections along its network of hiking and bridle paths set upon abandoned ...
Hop River State Park Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Tolland County, Connecticut. ...
Airline Trail State Park is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Middlesex County, Connecticut. ...
The town of Somers, 20 miles northeast of Hartford. Watch out for debris on some trails-it ...
In south-central Connecticut, this state forest offers a tranquil woods retreat and access ...
This hike explores Connecticut’s last vestige of undeveloped coast—an 800-acre wooded ...
About 8 miles west of Hartford. The ride begins with a fairly steep climb of about 400 ...
Towns of New Haven and Hamden, 2 miles from the Wilber Cross Parkway. Depending on which ...
The town of Redding, about 8 miles southeast of Danbury. The terrain here is relatively ...
The town of Guilford, near the junction of Interstate 95 and U.S. Highway 1, 10 miles ...
The town of Wallingford, just off Interstate 91, about 12 miles north of New Haven. There ...
Stroll under willow trees and cottonwoods along one stretch of a river that flows to the ...
The town of Middlefield, 3 miles southwest of Middletown. Some of these trails have regular ...
Around 9 miles northwest of Hartford, off Connecticut Highway 185. The trail to the west ...
Glastonbury’s Case Mountain may be the state’s best-kept secret from a mountain bike perspective. ...
Just off Connecticut Highway 198, between U.S. Highway 44 and US 6. In the counterclockwise ...
Farmington Canal Heritage Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Town of Southington, Connecticut. ...
Abutting 13,000-acre Natchaug State Forest, this 2,171-acre (3-square-mile) forest contributes ...
Three miles south of Storrs, 9 miles south of Interstate 84, and 25 miles east of Hartford. ...
About 10 miles southeast of Hartford and 8 miles east of Middletown, just off CT2. The ...
Orange-Square Blazes is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. ...
Yellow-Circle Blazes is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. ...
Blue-Square Blazes is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Litchfield County, Connecticut. ...
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