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The expansion of this trail has added very nice options to see and to exit/enter. The only drawback would be the lack of water fountains along the route, but with prior planning, caring enough water is possible. Enjoy!
To get to the park, you go through a slightly sketchy neighborhood - but, don't let that discourage you. The park is safe, staffed, and has lots of space to provide walking, hiking, playing, or just hanging out.
This was a very lovely hike.
Although the entire trail felt flat, there are several smooth transitions throughout it of maybe a 5-10% increase/decrease in grade. Of moving up and then down.
The scenery is beautiful, and it's close to a big field to play...More
Response from StrongGrog | Reviewed this property |
Now that the trail has been extended on the Clark Park end, the one way distance is 5.5 miles. That makes a complete round trip 11 miles. However, the trail is marked at least every half so you can calculate the distance... More
Now that the trail has been extended on the Clark Park end, the one way distance is 5.5 miles. That makes a complete round trip 11 miles. However, the trail is marked at least every half so you can calculate the distance you want to travel if you need to start and end at the same point. One note, I recently returned to the trail to discover that there has been an extensive mountain biking trail added to the attraction. I'll try to get out and provide some further details and pictures on this new offering.