CT - Wadsworth Falls - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures
April 2009: Well wadsworth is pretty much the same riding area,
found a few new singletracks and put them on the map. Mainly lots of
double totally buff, great for beginner!
Directions - From Hartford area: take 91 south onto Route 9 south. Follow Route 9 south to Middletown. Take Middletown – Middlefield Exit onto Route 66. Stay on Route 66 through Middletown for 6-7 traffic lights – look for the signs Wadsworth Falls State Park and Route 157 at a traffic light near a Walgreen’s Pharmacy. Take a left onto Route 157. Stay on Route 157. Wadsworth Falls State Park will be on the left.
From New Haven area: take I-91 north onto Route 66 (Middletown – Middlefield Exit). Follow Route 66 towards Middletown. Look for the signs Wadsworth Falls State Park and Route 157 on the right. Follow Route 157 to Wadsworth Falls State Park.
Description - Wadsworth falls - Nice place to bring your family to see fall foliage.. Mainly super buff double track, small network of say 6 miles or so, couple fantastic views of some running water, you can sit on a rock, and contemplate riding somewhere else if your looking to get your free ride on..
||Total Miles: 6ish
||Elevation Change Feet - Its Pretty darn flat
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