Trout Brook Valley Conservation Area Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Much of this route is a great exercise walk because it isn’t overly strenuous yet progresses at a steady grade through an interesting variety of terrain. Even though you’ll begin by climbing up onto a rugged ridgeline, trails are carved into the terrain, making it feel effortless passing through dense evergreen groves, wooded marsh, narrow cliffs, and wideopen meadows.
Trails on this route are clearly marked and have detailed
maps posted at most intersections. This route begins flat on
White Trail for a short distance. You’ll quickly turn left
onto the Red Trail, crossing an earthen dam that appears
to be part of a flood control system. Behind the dam will
be an extensive marsh to your right with a sizable stream
flowing under the dam."