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South Valkommen Trail

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1.2 mile 2.0 kilometer point to point
Paved Path
Easy

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Ascent: 8' 3 m
Descent: -7' -2 m
High: 1,330' 405 m
Low: 1,323' 403 m

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Max Grade: 1% (0°)

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A continuation of the path with more historical markers and a connection to the city park and pool!

Andy Cramb

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Family Friendly This is a great ride for family use. There's a lot of street crossings, so it's a good opportunity to make the kids watch for traffic and obey stop signs.

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This continuation of the trail has some more historical markers and it drops you off at the Riverside Park and Lindsborg Swimming Pool. There's a couple of really neat, old train bridges that have been converted for walk/bike use.

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#3

in Lindsborg

#22071

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#3

in Lindsborg

#188

in Kansas

#22,071

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Cruising along the trail
Aug 13, 2016 near Lindsborg, KS
Another bridge over the Smoky Hill river that's been converted for bike/walk use.
Aug 13, 2016 near Lindsborg, KS
Swedish for "Welcome"
Aug 13, 2016 near Lindsborg, KS
The bridge is a walk/bike bridge over the Smoky Hill river.
Aug 13, 2016 near Lindsborg, KS
Short, but very nice path
Aug 13, 2016 near Lindsborg, KS
The path takes you to the local swimming pool and city park
Aug 13, 2016 near Lindsborg, KS

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