730 acres Preserved 1999
Google Maps Directions
For a detailed map of the trails, please visit the
Trout Brook Valley Preserve Map.
About Trout Brook Valley PreserveA crown jewel, Trout Brook Valley (TBV) was saved from developers by concerted citizen action and will now be preserved forever as open space. A largely pristine space, the TBV has almost 14 miles of trails, ranging from easy to difficult. The trails take the hiker past dramatic displays of New England nature at its best, scenic overlooks, and lush Apple and Blueberry orchards. In general, the trails slope upward, sometimes sharply, from the Weston entrance to the Easton entrance off Route 58. Two of the trails are designed for equestrian use. Several trails are linked to the extensive trail systems in the adjoining Jump Hill and Crow Hill Preserves. Also nearby is the Saugatuck Valley Trail on Aquarian Water Company land.(http://www.aquarion.com/pdfs/SaugatuckValleyTrail.pdf). Hunting is permitted in limited areas in season by permit only.
Trail Stewards: Lisa Brodlie, Pete Diefenbach, Stephan Grozinger, Ian Lewis, Jacquie Littlejohn, Monika Stokes, Michael Tunstall, Steve Weiss, David Wright
Directions & Parking:
Park at the Bradley Road entrance to access the red trail to Popp Mountain and for the orange trail lookout at #21.
History of Trout Brook Valley
To learn more about TBV and the Land Trust's role in preserving this Open Space... click here.