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green Lakeside Park and Centennial Lake Paths

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5.6 mile 9.0 kilometer loop
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Elevation

Ascent: 42' 13 m
Descent: -42' -13 m
High: 1,496' 456 m
Low: 1,474' 449 m

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Max Grade: 1% (1°)

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This is a connection of three different areas to make one fun ride.

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Family Friendly All of this would be great for taking the kids along, use caution at the train tracks and HWY 81 crossing.

Overview

A connection of two parks and a linear path along the railroad to make a five mile round trip.

Description

If you start out at the north end, there are several parking opportunities. From there, cruise around Lakeside Park Lake and then south to the Wall Centennial Park Lake. Then, off to the east is a linear path along the active train tracks. Use caution crossing the tracks, the trains move through here at 40mph or so.

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Land Manager: McPherson, KS

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