Seven Falls Loop is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Middletown, Connecticut that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from April until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.3 miElevation gain298 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingForestRiverViewsWaterfallWildflowersWildlifeScramble
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Debi Coles
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Really fun trail. Longer than we thought ( over 3 miles) and definitely some interesting scenery but I loved the rock scrambles! Very well marked. We all had spikes so the snow and ice were not a problem. Crossing the streams and climbing the rocks made for some good laughs! Would go again.

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Thomas Pullman
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Good quick workout.Moderate in some places. Recommend !

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Jef Com
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Christine Connolly
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Fun trail. Lots of rock scrambles. I had to go around the steep rock climbs because my dog couldn’t climb it. A little slippery with the snow but very pretty! I could never escape the road noise though.

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Tammy Engler
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Taylor Hurlburt
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We kept getting lost and the trails were not marked that well at all

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Gary Plourde
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This trail is rated as good for families but I don’t agree. Would recommend hikers with young children find an easier trail. Some tough going on rocks & over streams. Very scenic & hilly

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Jess Teslof
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Sean Parylak
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Some ledge walking enjoyable!

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Greg Hammond
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Pamela Bugbee
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Definitely some spots that involved a bit more rock climbing than we expected, but they can be bypassed if you're paying attention.

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Sharon Oneil
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Loved this one! It was a good workout for me and my five year old said it felt like 10 miles. Up and down like a rollercoaster with some scrambled. Couldn’t find a map at the trail head. We went clockwise on blue yellow which turned into blue. Scrambling down on some of the rocks that way made me nervous enough to order an emergency whistle and blanket that night, so next time I will go blue (counter clockwise) instead. My son loved the buzzing of the wires and I thought it made for an interested beginning and end of the hike.

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Liz Britney
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this is a cool hike! the terrain is fun to navigate and the falls are pretty. there are power lines, but i didn’t feel they took away from the hike.

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Keith nardelli
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Karen Prager
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Crossed the bridge at the beginning. Don’t be deterred by the power line walking. It’s fun all the same.

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Renee Smith
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HikingScramble

Can’t believe I’ve never done this loop before. YES much of the trail is along or in view of the power lines — but this didn’t bother me. In fact, we were on top of the boulder field at sunrise and I would definitely recommend that. The trail is well marked and moderate (but could be considered difficult depending on your experience level — definitely a few scrambles and lots of up and down). Well marked, although when we got back to the power line corridor on the blue/yellow trail we spent some time looking for the path down to the main road.

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Juan Derer
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River not crossable after two days after heavy rain so had to do a short walk along the road to get to the actual trailhead. A few light scrambles. A cave. A couple of overlooks which are all facing towards the power lines. The falls were flowing nicely.

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Gregory Ostrinski
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Patrick McWhorter
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Lydia Jake
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Pro tip: if you see people on a river crossing with dogs, give them a moment to finish.

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jen feinberg
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Alicia Provenzano
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So many powerlines and towers everywhere.

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Nicole Nevarez
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so this definitely had some up and down elevations and the entrance to the trail had a beautiful flowing river with small waterfalls.seems like a great place to hang out or have a picnic. the parking is just by the side of the park/trailhead but the road isn't too busy so not too hard to pull off to the side. you have to cross the river to get to the trail and I had a bit of difficulty finding the start of the trail. so so markings. I got lost in a spot or two that the all trails map helped immensely with. road noise can be heard throughout. theres a creepy tunnel that I definitely did not go in at the beginning and some light rock scrabbling in the same area. the views were not amazing of power lines and a gravel road. deserves its moderate rating with some climbs and slight descents but nothing too hairy.

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Mel Pel
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This trail was much harder than I expected. Especially with a small dog that is not part mountain goat. It was hard to hold the leash and use my hands to climb rocks

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Andel Collazo
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Suzanne Timbro
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It was good needed to take a left on the blue yellow to get back Then at the end you are in the power lines and hard to find where the trail picks up again but overall a great hike !

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