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This is one of my favorite trails in CT. It tends to be quiet and you won't run into many people. That being said, be prepared for rugged terrain and have a sturdy pair of shoes. Depending on which direction you go you will encounter significantly different terrain. Despite the challenging terrain this trail is worth every bit of sweat.
Heading NW you run into steep terrain but fantastic views of the valley. Again, this section is steep and you have to watch you step.
Heading SE the trail is flatter and more rolling, but no less challenging. You will not be able to move to quickly. There are a lot of small to medium sized rocks and many are loose, which can lead to a quick injury.