Chaparral Rail Trail

Texas


Nice shaded section of the trail north of Farmersville.
Uploaded: 10/7/2016
Lat: 33.20546 Long: -96.30113
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Uploaded: 8/21/2014
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This was taken between Ladonia and Pecan Gap
Uploaded: 12/3/2013
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Uploaded: 12/3/2013
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Uploaded: 12/3/2013
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Uploaded: 12/3/2013
Lat: 33.26689 Long: -96.22879
On my hike of the NETT in November I came across these two guys just before Celeste.
Uploaded: 12/3/2013
Lat: 33.27105 Long: -96.22305
Uploaded: 11/4/2013
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The graveled part of this trail was very runnable.
Uploaded: 3/4/2013
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3/3/2013 - I ran from Farmersville Onion Shed (trailhead) north to FM2194 and back to the Onion Shed. This is between miles 4 and 5.
Uploaded: 3/4/2013
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The reward after riding 30+ miles from Farmersville! www.fatboysb-b-q.com
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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There are approximatley 6 to 8 of these unimproved rail bridges between Farmersville and Ladonia. Definately need to walk the bike across these!
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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This section between Ladonia and Wolfe City was a overgrown, but rideable.
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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This 6 unit cabin is perfect---so nice my wife would even stay there! For info, contact owner Rick Barrett (barrett.rick@sbcglobal.net)
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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Mayor Jan Cooper of Ladonia came to see us at Gloria's Kitchen, a local institution.
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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This obstcle was clearly man-made. Not too hard to get around, but prevents necessary mowing/maintenance
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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This section right outside Ladonia had been freshly mowed---smooth sailing!
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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Good Eats! www.fatboysb-b-q.com
Uploaded: 9/28/2011
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If I can ride this trail at my size...how bad could it be?
Uploaded: 1/4/2009
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the trail then turns easier with less rock and gravel
Uploaded: 1/4/2009
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after 2.5 miles the trail is dirt and gravel
Uploaded: 1/4/2009
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After asphalt the cement comes back
Uploaded: 1/4/2009
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Next part is asphalt
Uploaded: 1/4/2009
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Starts with Cement
Uploaded: 1/4/2009
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Aerial view of trailhead during first Saturday Farmers & Fleas Market
Uploaded: 4/23/2008
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Another shot showing trail bed.
Uploaded: 11/21/2006
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This is pretty characteristic of the trail bed. Riding on this stuff can wear you out pretty quickly.
Uploaded: 11/21/2006
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We were glad to get back on the concrete as we made our way back to Farmersville. This 2 mile stretch is beautifully maintained.
Uploaded: 11/21/2006
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There is an 18-20 inch differential between bridge and trail surface on both sides of this bridge. Note the lack of railings.
Uploaded: 11/21/2006
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Not sure who put this here but it was actually more formidable than it looks in the picture.
Uploaded: 11/21/2006
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Photo taken during Audie Murphy Day 2004
Uploaded: 11/2/2006
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Uploaded: 9/26/2006
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The trail head for the Chaparral Trail is named after Audie Murphy, hometown hero of Farmersville, and begins at the historic restored Onion Shed. The first mile has been paved, lined with streetlights, and landscaped.
Uploaded: 9/21/2006
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