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This is a nice quiet trail in Houston. Watch for flooding after a heavy rainfall.
I start on Cinco Ranch Blvd. where it crosses Buffalo Bayou and ride to Hwy 6 where it connects to the Terry Hershey trail for a 30 mile out and back ride. I can extend to approximately 45 miles if I ride on Terry Hershey to the Beltway. Very nice trail ride. I only have to cross a few streets.
If you’re headed to the park today be wary. There are areas that are still under water from the heavy rains this past weekend.
It’s a great trail and best part it connects with another trail which makes it even better for longer bike rides
It was very nice, highly recommendable
Well used trail. Lots of shade and beautiful scenery. I wish bikers would be more courteous, and call out when passing, i.e. on your right. And slow down when high traffic and pedestrians. It is not a race. ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿
I love to bike this route...nice green space...animal tracks in the asphalt and rest stopd with local wildlife ID info..
You can connect from the Terry Hershey trail but it is annoying not to have updated information on trailhead and parking status. What’s a good source? Great ride once you get to it, though!
Not much by way of elevation, no appreciable mountain biking, otherwise very nice.
The east trail head and parking lot are closed at Noble Rd (Briar Forest Dr) and Highway 6 until summer of 2019. The connector to Terry Hershey trail has some construction but is passable.
Love the trail, long enough to really get a good work out. Very pleasant to ride thru the swamps/reservoir. Good wild life.
This is a great place to walk or bike ride. With the scenery, I often exercise more without noticing because I am looking around.
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