Some trails can get pretty extreme, but many trails are suitable for the sport and advanced riders.
There is a map at the trailhead that shows some of the trails, but there are many more than shown to explore. The trails on the East side of the Connecticut River Valley is much more rugged and hilly than the West side. The best bet is to create a loop around the outer edges of the park and enjoy the great technical singletrack, spectacular views, and overall fun ride.
How to get there:
Take Route 66 towards East Hampton. In Cobalt, turn South onto Route 151. Follow 151 for about 2.5 miles and park at the small lot adjacent to the traffic light at the intersection of Hog Hill and Hurd Park Road.