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  • Nordic Ski
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      Old railroad right-of-way parcel with spectacular rock cuts.
      Stoney Lonesome is a rocky fastness halfway between Ashpohtag Road and the Blackberry River Inn high above the Canaan Road. Once part of the Connecticut and Western Railroad, which ran from Hartford in the east to Millerton in the west, it is the site of a train wreck that occurred in May, 1882. The prime mover in building this railroad was Norfolk native, Egbert T. Butler. His intention was to create an industrial belt along the railroad right-of-way, bringing prosperity to the region. The laying of the track was fraught with difficulty along the east-west axis because it had to run along mountainside with steep, severe grades. Nowhere was the challenge more severe than at Stoney Lonesome and most observers concluded it could not be done; but Butler and his team of engineers and workmen succeeded, making
      three deep rock cuts into the mountainside.
      source: Trail Guide
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      Region Details
      1 hike trails

      Region Status
      Local Trail Association

      Hike Stats

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      Trails (view details)
      Trails Hike
      Trails Snowshoe
      Trails Nordic Ski
      Total Distance
      1 mile
      Total Descent Distance
      1 mile
      Total Descent
      105 ft
      Total Vertical
      102 ft

      Popular Billings - Stoney Lonesome Trails

      Stoney Lonesome Trail

      Recent Ride Log Activity in Region

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      Activity Feed

      user #2008266PlumbBobMaddtrailStoney Lonesome Trail
      Dec 22, 2021 @ 5:55am
      Dec 22, 2021

      Activity Type Stats

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      Hike11 mile105 ft1 mile102 ft
      Snowshoe11 mile105 ft1 mile102 ft
      Nordic Ski11 mile105 ft1 mile102 ft
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