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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.
Great for biking or walking. Crosses a few major roads but does so at red lights.
I LOVE this trail- it's finally matured and the trees are at long last providing the shade they were lovingly planted for...
Many people donated time and money to plant these trees, and they have continued in their effort by providing the proper care for the trees.
How sad to hear this will no longer be viable recreational trail. Another lost...
A perfect urban trail consisting of a wide concrete trail, manicured with trees, benches and cute, snappy signs indicating crossing points, caution areas, etc. Obviously a well-loved trail where runners wave a "hello" and dog walkers keep the Doggy Poop station filled with bags. The trail follows the power transmission towers, which is typical in Dallas, but has done a great job of landscaping. The trail also passes by several schools and parks.
The map shows this trail ends somewhere around Coit & Haymeadow. I rode this trail yesterday from the North traveling south. When you leave Meandering Way going south then turn East along Belt Line, the trail ends before the right turn south where it shows the trail going between Overview Dr & Del Prado Dr. There's a big sign that says "Trail End" right there along Belt Line. So I got onto the Belt Line sidewalk and continued to travel East looking for Maham Road to get onto the trail that goes under the high five. Problem was Maham road connects to Spring Valley not Belt Line so I didn't find it.
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