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Great trail but it is mostly crushed stone, careful with the thin tire hybrids
Amazing path crossing all of Lake County North/South. Plenty of bathrooms along the way. Mile 1 begins at Russel Rd parking lot. Check for Flooding Nearby businesses include 1. The Duck Inn Bar Wadsworth 2. Capt Porky & the Shanty Wadsworth 3. DQ : Grand Ave in Gurnee. 4. Schwinn cyclery Libertyville 5. Hansa Coffee Libertyville 6. Lots of dining in Libertyville 7. Chipotle in Vernon Hills I
Great family and fun trail!
New to pleasure biking. This path provided some great views and sights. In general the path was great and well worth the drive to get there.
what an awesome trail! all paved! no street crossing. perfect for riding with the younger set!! loved it!
This is very well maintained trail with a couple trail connections throughout. The highlight is downtown Frankfort In The middle of the trail. Great bathrooms, parking, restaurants, farmers market Sunday’s and more. It does get crowded in Frankfort so you will need go slow down and there are a decent amount of street crossings as well. If you loop around at Sauk Lake to the East and do the whole route as a loop it’s a nice 50 ish mile route. Quite level with elevation and decline on the east end.
I started in Addison where Oak Street drops in to head north to Busse Woods, and the first 3 miles or so through the industrial park and along the power lines are crap. Not fun on a road bike, at all. Even though it's paved, it's buckled, and there are sharp bumps every like, 50 feet or so, jarred my wrists and made for a rough ride.
I rode this trail back in 2017 from solider field to North Beach I want to complete the whole thing some day but from what I saw this trail is full of nice city views and lake Michigan
I made a round trip on this trail today to totaling about ~91 miles in 9 hours (including all the detours and avoiding flooded areas). Although it was easy to navigate for someone who has good common sense on how a trail should continue, I have a feeling it could be challenging for those who don’t do trails often. More signs for direction/warning around flooded areas should help. Anyway, it was a gorgeous ride and there’s a cow farm along the way.
This really isn’t too much of a trail. It is a community garden with some spaces to sit and chill
I enjoyed riding on the path, but what I didn’t enjoy is how easily it flooded and how much access water there was on the path. As long as you go when there hasn’t been rain, it will be a great time!
Rode this trail for the first time and it has moved to the very top of my list of paved rails-to-trails in the greater Chicagoland area. We rode the entire trail from Hammond down to Crown Point and back. A lot of money and effort was spent to make the entire length of the trail a bikers dream. Not only is the pavement very wide but the builders of this trail also cleared a wide area on either side of the pavement. This gives the rider a very open feeling, lots of sun, and panoramic views of the countryside.
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