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The trail is well maintained and fun to ride. Just watch out for the bridge under Hwy 359 it gets flooded from time to time. Other than that it’s an awesome trail with nice views and creeks on one of the creeks we saw huge turtles:
The trail was in poor shape some spots near Barrio Azteca were impassable with trees in your face.
This trail description hasn’t been updated in a while. There is a very short disconnect under a railroad bridge, about 100 feet that you can easily walk your road bike thru, soft sand/clay. We picked up the trail in Eastwood’s Park off of Clark Blvd. newly concreted path awaits you at the park, it is well marked and probably one of the nicest surfaced path we have biked on (I added a google maps image to show). The total trail ending at the Chacon Creek Bat Park at the US/Mexico border is about 6 miles and you can easily look across the Rio Grande River to Mexico.
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