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CT - Kettletown state parkMountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures

Preliminary review (1 visit)

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Directions - From Waterbury, take route 84 west, exit 15, left at exit, under highway, take right and follow signs for the park.  Stop at first KIOSK and pick up a map.

Description -   Kettletown is a pretty cool state park in southbury, CT..  There are 2 areas to ride, north and south.  The north side was pretty mellow.  Most of the miller trail was wide and grassy with mild tech's..  One cool singletrack section had some moderate technicalities.  Coolest trail was like .05 miles long, the blue orange..  Basically a view trail with some nice granite rocks, 1 footer, 2 footer..  On the way back down, watch out for hikers, control your speed.  I suggest you take the north loop counter clockwise for the least hike a bike..

North side looks more promising, only had time to check out part of it, blue to blue yellow.. Some really cool trail, fair amount of climbing with one moderate hike a bike..  Really cool rock garden section too..  Ill be back soon to finish it up.

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