Indian Ledge Trail - Trail, Trumbull, Connecticut

Indian Ledge Trail - Trail, Trumbull, Connecticut

DESCRIPTION

This trail is for hardcore bikers. There are jumps and hills and all the good stuff. You really need some good shocks for this one. Fun as hell. I went on a rainy day and it is even funner. It is dirt with logs, rocks, branches and everything. You also hav to go through some rivers but the ones that you have to go through are very hsallow and there is one thoough where your best best it to walk it, which sucks, cuz it makes ur bike slip and if you slip u go down the current and about 10 feet away is a little waterfall about 15 feet up. One of my fav trails. Hav fun or ride safely but hav fun.

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 30, 2014]
Josh hen
Weekend Warrior

I live in trumbull, i have been to this park many times and there arent any trails within 40mins of driving worth going to.
Has a great variety of terrain.
4 main trails. Red white blue and yellow.
Blue is on the river most of the way. Red runs on the edge of RT25, indian fields, and dog park. White is closer to the river and yellow is closer to red trails and these 2 trails can be very confusing to new comers!!
Over 10 jumps (3-15 feet)in the park scattered around but stuff for all level riders!!!.
There is also one measly 'rock garden' on blue trail and a so called 'berm' on the red trail. There is also 'The Wall' i always look at it, but never tried it

Customer Service

Take exit 9 off 25, park in the commuter lot and go to the dead end, once u go over the river i recommend taking a sharp right asap and follow the red and yellow trails. Blue is good once you get in about a mile unless u like walking over the rocks ( bottom out)

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There is old mine park, small and not as much fun... Alot of foot traffic too

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jul 14, 2008]
sharpbrick
Racer

a great place! these trails have lots of jumps, drop offs, and technical bits

Customer Service

go in to the park though the second entrance and go down the jeep trail until you get to the first single track trail on your left, then cross the stream and bike until you get to the start of the rock garden then tern in there and find all the jumps and drop offs in there

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jan 29, 2006]
skamatt23
Weekend Warrior

I agree with the above statement on this trail. Very popular area when the weather is above freezing. Lots of variety for a relatively short loop. Lots of good sites if you are also into hiking and things like that but for moderate to advanced riders this is great for the area. Beginners may have trouble on some spots/climbs but overall most anyone can probably do it. Suspension is a must for wet rocks, logs, branches and other fallen obstructions. Lots of deer and wildlife as well. Easy to get to from rt. 8. Commuter lot and another entrance ffrom a rail trail a 1/2 mile south. Gets a bit more wide every season but overall still a great trail in great shape.

Customer Service

Route 8 Daniels Farm exit, not sure of number.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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