Housatonic Rail Trail Topo Map

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This trail has two sections—both laden with forest and lakes—and is popular with Connecticut residents and rail trail enthusiasts alike. Going south on Route 25 from Newtown Center, take a left on Botsford Hill Road and a right on Swamp Road. There will be a yellow gate to the right of the working freight railroad tracks. In the woods you will see the old double track of rails that will become single rail. After a small dirt speed bump, you will be on the public portion. The trail is 6 feet wide and surfaced with stone dust, and there are flood catch basins on both sides. The trail curves and there is a sudden downhill that is very sandy, so please use caution.
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Trumbull, Connecticut

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