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The Cattail State Trail runs for nearly 18 miles along an old railroad corridor between the communities of Amery and Almena, passing through the village of Turtle Lake in between. The trail traverses...
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Regular bike or eBike it doesn’t matter these few trails are partial gravel & paved but many areas are in need of repair and a few flooded and impassable. I bike at least 60-100 miles a week and this has been the least enjoyable trail of 2020. Do not bring yourself or your kids past the Y with the garbage can as steep hills, washed out and heaved trails. A complete let down. I doubt I will ever return
We went to the trail 7/10/2020 at the south trail head to find the trail completely blocked off and posted for construction. They have torn out sections of pavement to be replaced.
No date was posted for reopening.
One of my favorite trails.We have biked here multiple times and most part of the trail is flat which makes it easy to go with kids too.
July 2020 - Found the beginning of the trail off of 6th St. or Babcock Ave. near the Farmer's Coop. There is a very small grassy area to park near the Coop. We stopped to ask. Last section of the trail is now paved by the airport runway, which is currently getting paved itself. Enjoyed the ride from Winsted to Silver Lake. Appoximately 18 miles round trip. Biked through shaded areas and sunny areas in between farm fields.
July 2020 -Enjoyed the nicely paved trail in good condition. Nice scenery. A mix of canopies of trees and shade and sunny areas through farm fields. Lovely views of Lake Waconia. Approximately 24 miles round trip. Camped at nearby Baylor Regional Park . Possible to bike the 6 miles to New Germany to access the trail on wide shoulders of County Road 33.
Rode East from uptown on the Greenway. Detour on part...scary streets with high traffic. The Greenway has many homeless people & tent camps sad and unnerving. I went with a gent but I did not feel esp safe riding on that part of the Greenway. Lots of road crossings and vehicles don’t always obey that cyclists and walkers have the right if way per the signage. As a single woman I wouldn’t bike the East side alone and no interest in going back with friends.
We hit about 30 yards or so just east of Chaska where the path was under water so probably not a great trail after heavy rains or springtime. Would also not be comfortable alone as a female as it’s very secluded and swampy around the trail. The ride was pretty easy and I would try it again with my husband going further past Chaska. Easy parking and nice start at Huber Park.
Started in Welch and road to Cannon Falls. It was a little over 20 miles roundtrip. I recommend going this direction. You go slightly up hill all the way to Cannon Falls and then back down hill coming back. Had lunch at Mill Street Tavern. It was good and had some variety. Overall, we enjoyed the trip. It is $5 per person to ride and it’s worth it to keep it well maintained. I’d strongly recommend it.
Some friends and I biked this trail the other day. We started at the trailhead and biked towards Stillwater. A nice 25-30 minute leisurely ride. The creek gushing along the side of the trail was definitely a highlight and there were also some cool historical markers. Gorgeous architecture along the way and a brief ride along the st croix at the end where we admired the bridge and boats.
Very nice trail. Eastern end is straight and sunny with slight rolling hills. Western half is hilly, winding, and gorgeous by the creek, except for the huge new multi housing development near the end.
While a nice, casual and bikable trail, it is all along streets. Sometimes busy crossroads.The end - down, down, down to the river - is awesome.
Rolling hills, scenic views, and not too crowded. A great workout especially with hills!!
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