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This is a great bike trail that connects with the Dorris Ranch trail and the Middle Fork trail for a really nice loop! Lots of places for stops and quite a few restrooms. Lots of people on foot, so we have to share the path!
Really nice trail that connects three parks. Decent enough tree cover on some to keep rain at bay.
What could be a really pretty destination along the Amazon Creek. The City of Eugene just repaved part of the path and cut back some overgrowth so creek, ducks and the creek are more visible. Other cities I lived along a bike path and it was great because there were restaurants to stop off looking over the path that have tapas, where you could listen to music, have a beer, and I think Eugene has the opportunity to make that happen off 11th (think 5th street public market / Friendly Garden style). It's also what people see when heading to the coast coming in from the coast. Hoping we keep taking care of the beautiful nature in area and also create some increased community involvement.
This trail and it's construction is nothing short of amazing. Yet the pictures on the Rails to Trails website tell it all. It is not being used. Maybe it is because people are afraid of the homeless encampments that you see or because it is next to a freeway. But the homeless encampments would be much less of a problem if there were more people on bikes utilizing the trail. This trail I am sure cost millions yet just a few people use it. Get out there people!
Stayed at cabins at mid trail…cabins are small and clean…showers/bathrooms close… though went at mid-day, the trees make the trail eerily dark, headed to Veronia first (~12 miles). Short distance to hilltop (switchbacks and short), then pretty flat. In Veronia, loop around lake. After back to mid-point from Veronia, all downhill, then flat. Huge open field is highlight here. Tressle was goal and cool, but overrated. From Banks (the return way) chunk is all uphill. At trailhead (downhill and fast from cabins), you then must make it back up to cabins which is ~half mile and pretty steep.. drained my battery…battery drained just short of coasting down into cabins. downhill into cabins.
Large numbers of homeless people live along this trail. The amount of used needles, human feces, and trash is incredible. It is not safe, and definitely not a family-friendly environment.
Very nice pathway running through the canyon in Redmond. It is wide enough for passing bikes, joggers, walkers and fog walkers - all share the trail. Often, you will see joggers and MTB bikes alongside the paved path using trails through the open areas or beneath the canyon walls. Early mornings are best as it does start to get crowded with all the various activities the trail area provides (pickle ball, softball, dog parks, basketball courts, etc). Overall, a well laid out and maintained city park system.
This little path is a great connector for this neighborhood. It runs along a gully and is completely paved. It almost feels like two different paths that meet in the middle at Petersen Barn Park. There is also an unpaved parallel on the opposite side of the gully heading east from the park.
I read a lot of the reviews and some said the road was not paved well, pot holes etc…overall I felt the road was fine. All issues are clearly marked so you are aware of them. People are all respectful of others on the trail. We liked it so much we are doing it again tomorrow. It is fun, beautiful and we appreciated all the spots to stop along the way.
Not sure if evokes are allowed. Some parts say no bikes. Rough gravel at North end.
Nice wide path! Passes through several parks. On the North end I extended my ride on a very lightly traveled road. South end has a couple of neighborhood street crossings.
Many parts of paved trail is bumpy with tree roots.
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