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    Trail maps

    Does anyone have any quality maps of middlesex, cowles, nassahegon, or west Hartford res? I love all these places, but don't always have the time to go get lost. Rockland spoils you the way it's mapped. Let me know. Thanks

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    https://www.alltrails.com/

    It's crowd sourced, if you ride a new trail you submit it to be added to the app. I am not sure what the free app limits you to, but I pay the $30/year for it and its well worth it. It is the best app of its kind that I have used. There's a lot of CT's trails in it, I have been working to add the ones that are missing.

    Also, Nassahegon is impossible to not get lost if you want to ride more than 4 miles. There's about 35 miles of trails there packed into 8 square miles and 1/2 of them are painted with white markers. I am not sure who works on the trails there, but the place is pretty much a maze.

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    I bought a trail book but in the end alltrails.com as listed above is a better option.

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    This is a pretty good map of the West Hartford Res.

    https://www.mtbproject.com/directory.../west-hartford
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    kind of old school but there are some decent topo maps here to get an idea of many places....

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    openstreetmaps shows everything including most hidden connectors and local stash

    https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=1....7886&layers=C
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    The Nassahegan map on Trailforks is pretty accurate. If a trail isn't listed there it probably isn't legal trail. Half the trails in Nassahegan are Hikers only. the biking trail is pretty much only the white trail. It's actually very well marked.

    Take White > White Green > White Blue > White Red > White for a pretty good loop. (Includes Miller time the fun way)

    There are some other trails west of the loop I just mentioned, but they are not all on the up and up and mix in a little heavier with the hiking trails.

    https://www.trailforks.com/region/nassahegan-19020/map/

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