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Windsor Locks Canal Trail

0.8 Miles
Easy
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Trail added on:
October 02, 2017
Updated on:
February 03, 2019

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Dogs (leashed)

Water Source

Biking

The Windsor Locks Canal Trail is a short portion of the bike trail that stretches from Agawam Massachusetts to Windsor Locks Connecticut and follows the Connecticut River. This section of the trail, near Suffield Connecticut, follows a narrow strip of land that separates the canal from the Connecticut River. The entire hike is only 0.8 miles out-and-back.


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Surface Type

Dirt

Seasons

All

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41.987236, -72.605578

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22 '

Total Change
8 '

Ascent
24 '

Descent
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0.8 miles
Trail added
October 02, 2017
Updated on
February 03, 2019

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