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Love this trail and ride part of it at least four times a week. The new flyover removes some crowded turns crossing the river. https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/navy-pier-flyover-opens-monday/2506267/
Absolutely love this trail! Great views of Lake Michigan and the famous Chicago Skyline. I also like that there is a seperate path for bicyclists and those that just are walking the trail.
While on trail from LaSalle, coming within 2 miles of Naplate, the trail was closed. I was unable to continue East. Not sure how much of trail is closed and for how long of time. Plan accordingly from this stretch of trail closure.
We tried this trail for the first time this weekend. Started at Dundee and rode north to Route 60. The reviews are spot on that it’s night and day when you go from Cook to Lake County. Next time we’ll start farther north — maybe at the Half Day Road forest preserve. My husband noted that Half Day Brewing Co. is just west of the Preserve, which sounds like a perfect place to end a ride.
We rode this trail south to north. We enjoyed it greatly. Only a slight steady rise (279 ft) in the 22 miles. It was very peaceful and quiet. No very many travelers. All in all a good ride.05302021.
We went south to north today. Great ride. Gained 279 ft in elevation. We will do it again.
Great ride. We rode south to north. Gained 279 ft in elevation. Very few people.
Fantastic trail, do not go through merriville near broadway unless you are travelling in a group, high crime area, trail also goes by redar road which is apparentlly haunted
Due to recent construction of the underpass in munster it does not connect with the pensee greenway
Lots of rolling hills and turns along the Kankakee through parks. Lots going on in the area. I rode from the trailhead to the end and back in about 2 hours.
It’s like riding over speed bumps at times but there are also a few nice stretches as well. This is a good trail for a slow ride on a mountain bike or hybrid. Too many cracks for a road bike IMO
This trail is smooth and well maintained. There are some beautiful stretches, especially near Lagrange. Stop at nicks barbecue on the eastern end of the trail.
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