Trail Monitor Information

Thank you, Trail Monitors, for being Steep Rock Association’s eyes on the ground!

Please walk your trail at least once a month or after major storms and send a monthly report using this google form below.

Find your assigned trail using these Maps with Assigned Trails.

Now that you know your trail, take a quick look at this Presentation to refresh your skills and responsibilities. Also, if you have signed up to maintain your trail, read through the Trail Maintenance Guide for a brief overview of tool safety and maintenance techniques.

If you wish to use your smartphone to file your report, look through this Using the Ramblr App Presentation. For those of you who like pencil and paper, here is a Trail Monitoring Field Sheet that you can use when you are in the field. If you can, please transfer all information to the Trail Monitor Report Form.

If not using the Ramblr App, use the location numbers on these maps located to the right/below (click on map name) to help pinpoint any observations or issues.

Additional Resources

For help with identification of invasive plants, refer to invasive Flashcards created by Connecticut Forest and Park Association.

Safety is always important when you are out on the trails. We suggest that you take a buddy with you or tell someone where you will be. Bears have been seen in the Preserves so make yourself aware of what to do should you encounter one by visiting the CT DEEP site. And, of course, should you ever feel uncomfortable going out on your trail, please let us know.

Reference Maps

(860) 868-9131

available M-F | 9:00am - 4:00pm

PO. Box 279
Washington Depot, 
Connecticut 06794


Thank You for Your Support

Thank you for volunteering for Steep Rock Association. Conact me with any questions or comments concerning the Trail Monitoring Program by calling the office 860.868.9131 or email me HERE.

Mike Giapponi