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Ack, first big snow means that most trails are now probably done for the winter, anybody have any good recommendations for trails that are still relatively ridable even with a good cover of snow on them? Thanks!
 

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I like to ride case in the winter. You have to hit it when it's cold and really frozen hard (especially a few days after the storm when it's packed down from all the foot traffic). Fast trails, and makes Casemart something interesting again.
 

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I like to ride case in the winter. You have to hit it when it's cold and really frozen hard (especially a few days after the storm when it's packed down from all the foot traffic). Fast trails, and makes Casemart something interesting again.
Nice, thanks for the recommendation, I'll have to give that a try. I've never actually ridden there (this was my first season riding in CT), will I get wildly lost with snow on the ground? Or is it relatively easy to navigate there? Thanks.
 

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Sit tight. We need some rain or just a few warm days. Then, when it refreezes, you can ride on top no problem. Plan on going further, as most of the rocks/roots are under snow. You will cover more ground. If icy, I highly recommend some studded Nokians, or whatever studded tire you can find. They make glare patches nothing.

I have been in spinning class since the snow, waiting for it to harden. Just too deep right now. Even packed by hikers a bit, it is too soft. Soon enough though....
 
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