Route: Aspetuck Trail (CT)

Connecticut, US
12 mi
Vertical Gain
1,000 ft

The Aspetuck trail is a part of the Connecticut blue-blazed trail system and is located within the Aspetuck River Valley area of Fairfield County, The Aspetuck Trail intersects the towns of Newtown, Easton and Redding. This woodland trail travels through the Centennial Watershed State Forest and connects to the trail system in Collis P. Huntington State Park. Notable features include the Aspetuck River, Hedmon’s Pond dam, scenic overlooks and stone walls. The trail also connects to the blue-blazed Saugatuck Trail offering longer distance hiking opportunities.
Starting from the southern point on Route 58, the trail runs approximately 6.8mi ending in Colin P Huntington State Park with about 720ft of gain going South to North.

Parking is available 1/8mi away from the southern trailhead which is also the connection to the Saugatuck Trail heading south.

GPS Track