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The Cattail State Trail runs for nearly 18 miles along an old railroad corridor between the communities of Amery and Almena, passing through the village of Turtle Lake in between. The trail traverses...
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Nice wide trail from 35W to highway 77 (Cedar)
Beautifully paved (asphalt), flat and not busy. I live in the city of Minneapolis & drove 30 miles (each way) to go on a 25 mile bike ride. Totally worth it. It was a peaceful dream compared to the wonderful, but hectic, Minneapolis greenways and lake paths. Thank you to Washington County for investing in such a gem!
Lots of bluffs and river sites - plenty of sight-seeing. Flat? Not so much but well maintained.
Accessed trail by Rice Creek Elementary School and was pleased to find trail recently resurfaced. Smooth and in good condition. Very pleasant to find such a nice trail in uran area.
North half is almost entirely tree canopied. Beautiful picture spots. Many benches along the way to stop. Several portapotties available. Easy slopes, well maintained pathway. Fairly popular trail.
Seclusion from the city. Runs along coon creek and through the woods most of the way. You spend about 4 minutes on the actual road. This will be a frequent bike path for me!
Smooth trail, gradual hills here and there. I pushed my kid in the jogging stroller while roller blading. Great scenery and shaded areas, saw a few deer, stopped at the playground on the way back to the parking lot.
Looking for a new bike trail I rode the entire length, from near the airport to Hopkins crossroad. Richfield portion parallel to streets, but sheltered from them (except when crossing). Eastern Edina portion the same. From approximately France ave west more sheltered and quite stunning. Nice new surface, not the worn and rutted track of so many metropolitan trails. Signage in Edina & Hopkins occasionally lacking or confusing, took a couple wrong turns, no fault of our own. Will definitely ride again.
So beautiful to be along the creek and the bumps in the pavement were not bad at all.
I was pleased to ride the newly paved trail into Winsted. From there to the end of the pavement west of Hutchinson, it's 22 miles, so 44 miles round trip. Once you hit Hutch you can go about another 6 miles past some nice lakes & river water features. Also nice parks on west end of Hutch.
The scenery though is about the same start to finish except for Hutch. It's well shaded and flat. The only hill is a bridge over a busy highway. There are some corn/bean fields & lots of buckthorn, scrub trees and swamp.
Regular bike or eBike it doesn’t matter these few trails are partial gravel & paved but many areas are in need of repair and a few flooded and impassable. I bike at least 60-100 miles a week and this has been the least enjoyable trail of 2020. Do not bring yourself or your kids past the Y with the garbage can as steep hills, washed out and heaved trails. A complete let down. I doubt I will ever return
We went to the trail 7/10/2020 at the south trail head to find the trail completely blocked off and posted for construction. They have torn out sections of pavement to be replaced.
No date was posted for reopening.
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