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Rode this today and was amazed how friendly the trail is. Parking in Columbia was easy, but believe you can say the same for multiple points along the trail too, but in Columbia you do finish right next door to an ice cream parlor. The trail itself is paved and a smooth ride. The views of the river are excellent. The crowds are there on the weekend, but every person I came across was accommodating to the various levels of riders, walkers, and runners. There are a couple no passing zones, but only a few short turns until you’ll have a chance to pass. Can’t believe I’ve never been here before, but will definitely be back.
Great trail that's well maintained, just a few small wooden bridges that add bumps. There's enough elevation to get a nice workout. Not very wide and it's two way traffic so be on the lookout for other bikers and walkers.
this was the frist time on the trail i had never rode my bike that far before was only able to ride 10.5 miles then i had to walk. The trail is very nice i really like it.
This trail is challenging but not too challenging. There is a bit of wildlife, and there are a lot of playgrounds along the way (at least in the first five miles). The only bad part is that there are two dark underpasses, one of which is shared with cars.
Great trail. Most people respectful and follow the rules. You do get the occasional knucklehead that doesn’t announce their approach though. There is a street crossover in Columbia that can get busy and confusing to everyone. There is a pedestrian right of way that cars don’t pay attention.
Trail isn’t maintained AT ALL. Detours not clear and many trees down along trail. There’s a tree and power line down between W Baltimore and Frederick on Ellicott Driveway. Don’t bother with this trail until the city takes responsibility for this mess. Stop making it seem like the trail is great when it’s not. Debris, broken tree limbs, and trash galore on this trail. Could be a wonderful trail for all if it was maintained regularly. Better off riding on the road. Baltimore City, please do better.
Although just a mile, Red Lion Borough has extended the trail for it’s full ‘Red Lion Mile’ ! Starts as hard pack finely gravelled surface, which turns into new pavement. Near the end is a small section of paved switchback to negotiate a slope, ending near Springwood Rd and a stone cave. Mostly wooded, although the switchback is open with no trees, it’s a nice dog walking, scooter riding path for post-Easter dinner stroll this year - 2021 post pandemic. ¿¿
Great setting on a well maintained trail. Scenery included the canal, numerous bridges, birds and boats. GRAIN has a bar/restaurant right next to the water about halfway and the trail is bookended by Schaeffer’s Canal house to the west and Crabby Dicks to the east. Mostly flat with a few short elevation changes, including the switchbacks at the marina. Also has numerous lots for entry along the way.
A wonderful ride if you’re looking for a casual, relaxed experience. Pulled my three year old in a trailer and he loved it. Smooth riding experience. The beach and playground make this a great destination for kids. Definitely going to return. Bring a map because the loop isn’t well marked.
Trail is smooth as it gets. Trail seamlessly connects to Wilmington River Walk. No water or restroom on trail. Suggest parking at trailhead just east of 1101 Delaware St, New Castle and ride both ways.
At the south end a few blocks of street riding south on South Street will connect to the Battery Park Trail.
Nice ride, smooth pavement and safe area, just a few road crossings so goes fast. Parking areas have restrooms but no water. At west end in Maryland Schaefers has good sea food and beer.
One of my best trails this far!!!
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