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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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