Trip report

Trout Brook Valley Hike

Hiking/Walk DATE: 05/15/2010 - 05/15/2010

Trip/Event Location: Easton, CT

Trip Leader(s): jonathanclark

Max # People: 20

Trip Guiding / Event Fee: Yes, but I'm not running this; I'm looking for other members to join me

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Please join me for this 4-6 mile spring hike in the valley and on the hills of this beuatiful Aspetuck Land Trust property in Fairfield County CT.  Lunch will be on the commanding summit (a

Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

From the Merritt Parkway: Take exit 44 and turn north onto Route 58 (Black Rock Turnpike).  After you pass the CT Golf Club there should be a parking area on the left (opposite Country CLub Lane) for JUNNIPER HILL PRESERVE (Aspetuck Land Trust).  Once again, details at

From I-84: Take exit 3 onto Route 7 south.  In Georgetown, turn left onto Route 57 (School Street) then left onto Route 107 (Redding Road).  After crossing Route 53 stay on #107 past Redding Nursery (on left) where you'll bear right off Route 107 onto Cross Highway.  At junction with Route 58 (Black Rock Turnpike) turn right.  Head south and look for a parking area on the right (opposite Country Club Lane) for JUNNIPER HILL PRESERVE (Aspetuck Land Trust).  Once again, details at

(Please look up and review both sets directions on GoogleMaps/Mapquest to see where you're going ahead of time.)

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate

Enfield, CT

United States

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous

Bridgeport, CT

United States

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate

Danbury, CT

United States
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