I Didn't see anyone post up about this location, but I got to sneak away from the in-laws, the wife, and the kids for a few hours and checked out Miller's Pond State Park in Connecticut on Sunday. I was completely blown away from this place and the endless rock features. The system is pretty small and the big loop is only 9 miles. To be honest, 9 felt like a beatdown with my current level of fitness. There were some sections that definitely took me out of my comfort level. There are tons of big rollers and janky, gnarly rock gardens. For me, a lot of the big rock garden features were totally rideable but 5 or so of them tended to huck to flat from 2-3 feet without any sort of ramp. I tended to get all the way through the technical parts and down the other side only to chicken out and sketchily dismount and hop down to the the flat on my feet. I think my collarbones thank me for those decisions. The system reminded me of riding a gnarlier version of Mahlon's Black Magic trail for 6 miles. There are 3 miles of climby flowy trail towards the end of the loop that offer some respite from rocks. If you are in the area and want to challenge yourself, I definitely recommend checking this park out and doing the red blazes clockwise. The scenery is pretty nice with a winding trail around the ridge by an old mine and a pond in the middle of it all.