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CT - Cranberry Park - Jack Rabbit Run - Mountain Bike Trail Review with Map and Pictures

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Single-Track Adventure Climbing Free-ride Fun Fear     Trail Enhancements Scenery Technicalities
1.25 .35 .010 1.3 2.3 0 .8 1 2.2 2.45
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Directions - From the Merritt Parkway (Route 15) take route 7 north for 1.62 miles and take a right on Kensett road, just follow to end (T) go straight into park..

Description - Cranberry park is a very small park in Norwalk that gets a plethora of traffic on a daily basis plus a yearly race that attracts hordes of mountain bikers..   The trails show lots of wear and tear, basically - best way I can describe it is a spider web of buff double and triple track with some rocky sections and some roots..  Its OK, it doesn't totally suck, if your in the area and need to pedal, hit it to spin some miles, I managed to catch air a few times and found one or 2 cool lines, but nothing to moisten my crotch..

Loops - Just ride everything..

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Total Miles:  8 ish
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