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This is a wonderful trail for walking, scootering, biking, jogging etc. The views are beautiful and it feels safe and friendly.
The southern part of trail after lake crossing could do with better routing near the highland village and can get confusing due to lack of signage.
It is good for running and walking, also some biking. However it ends in a golf field which is annoying as I would have prefer more access to the park itself. Looking forward to see it connected to trinity gloves park.
Beautiful park with nice wide paths. Connected to Runyon Park Trail for an even longer, more challenging ride/walk. Wonderful bridges over running creek with an occasional waterfall and schools of fish. Some challenging hills and corners with mixed shade and sunshine. Super fun, rewarding bike ride. Don't think we saw the complete trail. Will go back again and explore.
Inline skater here. This one is a Hell yea .
My primary trail is to date the White Rock Creek and Lake trails which can add up to 17 plus miles especially if you add the Katy Trail leg. Wonderful to find another 13 miles plus trail with multiple trailheads to challenge or limit my ride depending on time or energy level. Well maintained, multiple scenic views, elevations! Walkers, runners, bikers, picnic, and sport teams along the way on this day. Room for all!
There is a trail head with a parking lot at the north end. What I like about this trail is that it connects to other trails as you keep going south so if want to stay out longer it's very easy.
Great skate trail. Would not recommend for beginners. There were a few tricky parts due to standing water, hills, and sharp turns. Would highly recommend for those looking to advance their skills. Will definitely be doing this one again!
It is a very nice ride, it is uphill most of the way going south which isn't too bad being that it is a small slope but it does take the energy out of you after a while. My problem with this trail is the lack of shade. you have to ride for miles to find one tree to hide under to get some rest/ shade from the sun, but even then that's not a problem for the cooler months.
The older, well maintained neighborhoods of a Plano, such as the ones you’ll pass on this trail are pleasant to look at and relatively safe to ride on. At the southern end of the trail is a felled tree on the west side trail which for most of us, can simply ride around. I downloaded this app so that I would have something different to look at than my immediate neighborhood, and so far it has been beneficial.
The surface appears to be in good shape but the overgrowth makes this portion of the trail unusable for hiking, biking and equestrian. Bushes and trees enclose portions of the trail, it is barely passable and where there is grass, it is very tall. By far the worst part are the spiders and spider webs, they are EVERYWHERE. I stopped every quarter mile to wipe them off, they were unavoidable. I exited the trail at CR 3675, three miles into the ride from Ladonia. Had one flat tire from the thick spiked vine that were also ever-present on the trail.
Glad for hike and bike trail near my house (no trailering to start) but not fond of the trail paralleling busy roads. I’m in it for the leisure ride, not a road warrior.
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