Airline State Park Trail (South)

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Airline State Park Trail (South) is a 5 mile point-to-point trail located near Colchester, Connecticut that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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5 miles! It keeps going and going all the way to Willimantic. It's actually more like 20! Then you have to turn around and go back. We actually did a total of 28 miles with a 9 year old and 14 years old and they did it. It was absolutely beautiful and I recommend to all families. Just keep track of the mile markers.

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This trail isn't great for hiking. It's a wonderful setting for running and biking but if you are looking for a good hike- look elsewhere. Ill come here anyway for a nice walk with friends in the summer! It's also close to some great places to swim in the hot summer months.

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Great place for a run. Wide and flat.

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What a great resource for everyone - this rail trail actually starts in East Hampton and goes through colchester, Hebron, Lebanon and keeps going. Very level grade so it is great hiking , biking and x country skiing for all ages. Great views from the Lyman viaduct in the spring and fall. Lots of rivers and streams and marshes along the way. You can get off the trail at the Salmon River and fly fish. Get your bike out and enjoy the ride!

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I am more familiar with the North section of this trail, and love it - there are many paths off the main trail for mtn biking, horses, more strenuous hiking. Great for kids. Many places to park along the way, so you can make it a point-to-point or an out and back. Believe there is a website with the DEP, and also one with some great photography. Did a lot of snowshoing this winter. The wild blueberries are great, and if you are quiet you'll spot many birds, some foxes, and maybe a bobcat. Will add more asap.

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