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Great trail in Conway, AR. Since previous reviews, the trail has had significant improvements. Total trail distance is about 13-14 miles, running from the Tyler street to Hogan street. You do have to cross College and Salem street, but new cross-walks with motion-activated lighting has been installed, and most motorists are bicycle and pedestrian friendly. If you are willing to add in some streets which are marked for cycling (i.e., painted bicycle lanes and/or shared roads) you can easily ride 20-30 miles all within city limits. Conway is recognized as a bicycle friendly community. TCT is great for cycling, running, walking, skate boarding, inline skating.
Ran here on a cool October morning.Trail relatively flat,in good shape, and uncrowded.Negative factors are you have to cross at least two very,very,busy roads.
I rode this trail today, 5/29/2016. The map shows it to be 2.3 miles long, but it actually goes on about another mile if you cross some busy streets. I didn't want to continually cross the streets, so I just rode a 1.4 mile section starting from Hogan street, near the western edge. I rode about 40 miles, so I got to know the trail well! Lots of runners, families, etc. but all were good about moving if you let them know you were on their left. I was happy to have this trail near the Toad Suck Park.
My First time on this trail. Descended 800 feet in about a mile. Challenging decent down to Little Piney Creek. Trail was marked well but not over marked. I ran about half. The ascent back to my car was brutal. Getting hot. Total tree cover and not a stitch of wind. Solitude - me and the spider webs across the path.
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