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The Sierra Gateway Trail is a developing walking and biking path tucked into the northeast corner of Clovis. The paved trail extends a mile-and-half along the perimeter of the Harlan Ranch subdivision. The trail borrows its name from its hometown, which is nicknamed the Gateway to the Sierras, thanks to its location at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range.
The Sierra Gateway Trail is a standalone trail but there are plans to extend it to the Enterprise Canal Trail, which would in turn connect users to the Dry Creek Trail. Clovis also boasts its own rail-trail, the Clovis Old Town Trail, which is about 6 miles long and extends into neighboring Fresno.
There is no dedicated parking for this trail. Residents of the adjacent subdivision can join the trail from the access points found at the cul-de-sacs abutting the trail.
north end is attached to the Shepard ave trail. The whole length of the trail is nicely landscaped and has several access points through out the trail to the housing tracks it currently ends on Nees ave but appears to eventually be built out to connect with the Enterprise trail
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