I havnt been in Cockaponset yet, just heard about it recently as well as cedar swap. But there are some places in CT that have more technical/advanced trails. One my club goes to suggest lockers and to expect body damage because theres spots where they just lay their jeeps on a rock or tree to get by
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there are some trails in the state forest in Glastonbury that ive done in my stock jeep and the power lines near by have some pretty steep rock faces that are fun to climb. dont know that its legal once you leave the main road , but its alot more fun then driving on asphalt. and power lines are always fun, but the ones near my house in Hebron will be open for like a month and then they will come by and block them off again (rocks, boulders and old telephone poles), its a constant battle to find a way to get on to the trail
Hey man I'm from redding and there's a great trail called hattertown of poverty hollow there a bunch of cool trails back there. If you on poverty hollow going towards barlow on your left right before church hill there's a dirt road called hattertown road follow it to the end, then put yourself in 4 it's a lot of fun.
i just talked to the guy who went there today. He couldnt get in the hattertown rd entrance because it was too washed out so he found another entrance. Got kicked out right off the bat by 4 guys with shotguns. So I'd say its not the best place to go