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Love riding this trail! You can ride as little or as far as you want. Well maintained, scenic route!
This one is really nice. Not fit for road bikes, but good for all others. Within a short distance, one can see hills and woods, wetlands and open fields. There are a couple of areas with offshoots that are solely for mountain bikes. The end at Haggerty had no opportunity to go further west last time I rode it.
This is a popular trail, starting from downtown Auburn Hills or closer to Adams at the Mammoth site beside the road. It is almost entirely gravel, so not a great choice for road bikes. However, other bikes can easily traverse the path. There are often pedestrians and all kinds of other forms of exercise going on, but getting through isn't hard. The road crossings are moderately busy, but do-able. The total change in height is about 600ft.
If you are looking for a ride that is flat, straight and in good condition, this is the one for you. The street crossings are a little hairy in places, but this is otherwise a great route for road bikes. It can get crowded with a mix of pedestrians and bicycles, but there is generally room to get through. My only qualm with it is that it runs straight as an arrow through most parts and is bordered mostly by open fields or small businesses. I've only gone as far as 29 Mile (entering from Yates Cider Mill), but I can't imagine it gets much more scenic as you go north.
We joined this trail a little short of the mid-point when we connected from the Metro Parkway Trail. To continue on the Metro Parkway after I-94, I think we should have gone to the left. However, the ride to the right took us through a tree-lined path at the river's edge. The end of it was a short hop across the road to see where the Clinton River meets Lake Saint Clair.
We started this ride at the Freedom Hill parking lot. The route starts right near the north part of the lot. The ride is straight along Metro Parkway, which means that there isn't much scenery. The pavement is well maintained with only minor bumps. The road crossings, especially the bridge, are slow and not much fun. The payoff comes at the end when the trail connects into the Clinton River Spillway Trail. To continue on the Metro Parkway after I-94, I think we should have gone to the left. However, the ride to the right took us through a tree-lined path at the river's edge. The end of it was a short hop across the road to see where the Clinton River meets Lake Saint Clair.
Rode this trail from Wadhams Road to the trestle and back today. The unpaved section is ROUGH. My butt will hurt for a week! There were a couple short sections that maybe in the last year (?) has some fresh slag added - these are soft. Lots of trigs on the trail. Was still good to get out!
Great views, well maintained sidewalk. Be aware that pedestrians and bikers share the sidewalk so don’t go too fast.
Easy ride. Dedicated bike lanes.
Fun, scenic ride. Also some MTB trails along the way. Windinf trail that was a very enjoyable on a road/hybrid bike.
Everything was very clear, clean, and easy to follow. Easy path with very little incline. Good for all ages.
Started in Columbiaville, ride to Millington, turned around and rode back to Columbiaville. Honestly, if it hadn’t been one of my first rides this early season, I would have gladly rode back. This trail is a hidden jewel of a ride. Blacktop the entire way, in fantastic shape with well maintained wooden bridges and great spots to stop in Otter Lake and Millington. Saw turtles, snakes, kids on bikes and roller blades, walkers, dogs, etc. if you’re looking for a well maintained nice trail, check it out.
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