Wilton

EAST SIDE: 2.25 miles

Stone dust and boardwalk

The trail extends approximately two and a quarter miles from Wolfpit Rd. and Rt. 7 to just short of Skunk Ln. The Wilton loop will soon be extended north of Skunk Ln. to reach the Cannondale train station.

WEST SIDE: 3.0 miles

Hard surface and stone dust

This partly finished section of the loop runs from Wolfpit Rd. and Rt. 7 to Schenk’s Island, through the town center along River Rd., passing Merwin’s Meadow, the school complex, and then hitting the north end of the loop in Allen’s Meadows at Olmstead Hill Rd.

When completed the NRVT in Wilton will be 10 miles.

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WILTON TRAIL MAP

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NORWALK RIVER VALLEY TRAIL

The NRVT will be longest trail in Fairfield County — 30 miles connecting Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk, Connecticut to Rogers Park in Danbury, passing through Wilton, Ridgefield, and Redding along the way. 

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