This is the first of the 22 trails along the Hockanum River that flow into the Connecticut River.
Info taken below is taken from: http://www.hockanumriverwa.org/LPCEL_WestRoad.htm
From the trailhead, the trail follows the river downstream, mostly close to the river bank, through woodland. It comes to a bench facing the river, and then goes up a short flight of steps along a mini-hill, and then back down some more steps.
At the bottom it continues along the river, crossing over a footbridge (Bergson Tire Company can be seen through the trees), and moves past another old bench. It continues downstream for about 3/4 of a mile to another bench facing the waterway.
From that bench, the trail continues through more forest, eventually coming out onto the vast Moser Cornfield, with views towards the hills surrounding Shenipsit Lake.
From here the trail continues along the grass at the edge of the field, to terminate at Lower Butcher Road, where there is a small parking area off the road. Hiking return is over the same course.
Contrary to the GPS readings of 200' elevation change shown here, this trail is absolutley flat.