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Nice pavement, a bench every once in a while, and beautiful green views. Really enjoy jogging this path. Not many people which is great and adds to the solitude.
The trail is well kept and nice. I only saw two other bikers. I wish it was longer or connected to other routes. I'll def bike it again.
Smooth pavement with clearly marked lanes for pedestrians and things with wheels. Nice inclines/declines. Entering the trailhead by Integris is a little bit confusing as you have to travel through the Integris parking lot to get to the trailhead parking area. Signs are clearly marked though. Highly recommended!
Nice ride around the lake!
Nice trail that connects to Oklahoma River Trail
This trail is a great connector to Northside of City. Ive ridden it many times with OBS & friends. There are still retired trains on tracks alongside the trail. It goes by two gold courses & its relatively flat except at the end there are some hills .
I'd also add that this trail, while essential and much appreciated, does parallel I-44, a busy interstate highway, for much of its length. So the experience is very loud and not the greatest in terms of air quality.
This is a nice trail that connects the Oklahoma Rivers Trails with the Bert Cooper Trails at Lake Hefner. The only downside is the trail crosses major thoroughfares at Reno Ave., NW 23, NW 50, NW 63 and the Northwest Expressway, all of which result in long delays for the light to change. In addition, it crosses NW 16 at an intersection where eastbound and westbound traffic doesn’t have to stop or even slow down.
The highlight of this Trail is the abandoned trestle bridge over the Arkansas River on the north end. It spans high above the river with no barriers or rails Danger!! Beautiful Walk after a ride if you aren't afraid of heights. The Trail is asphalt but very rough, especially south and locals do NOT know how great the Trail is as dog droppings are everywhere.
Trail has been beautifully done, and even on a windy, late-fall day, was well used. Concrete, about 10-ft. wide. Nicely landscaped and well maintained. Driver warning signs at all street crossings. Residential community, but quiet. About every other street are benches for a break, with flowers and greenery.
Just walked 3 miles of this trail starting at the science museum down and back about 3 miles each way. Made it to the 23rd street bridge. Kind of uneventful until you make it to the train tracks. Nice views and paved and maintained the hole way we went it was all sidewalk. Think it would be a very nice bicycle round trip.
Nice flat ride, however the wind is volatile and can and will pick up significantly during your ride. But its a good ride that allows one to work on their form and get a good consistent ride in without much interaction with automobiles.
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