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Spring Creek Greenway Trail

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7.7 Miles 12.4 Kilometers


Paved Path

114' 35 m

Ascent

-108' -33 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (0°)

2%

Max Grade (1°)

102' 31 m

High

54' 16 m

Low

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Minor Issues 51 days ago
Some watery sections. Entirely paved. History

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A smooth and surprisingly quiet ride within one of the largest urban areas in the nation.

Daniel Christianson

Dogs Leashed

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Family Friendly A paved trail with access to the river. Be mindful and yield to faster users.

Description

This is a paved bike path that follows the creek route. Unlike many urban paths, this one has few trail crossings and access points, making the actual trailheads quite far apart.

At several points along the route, there are small access trails to the creek for fishing and taking in the scenery. Along the northern half, there are other dirt trails that follow the same route. Designed for equestrian use, these are also open to MTB, however, it’s worth noting that the soil here is soft and sandy.

If starting at the Jesse H. Jones Park, look on their trail system map for the Judy Overby Bell Trail which turns into the Spring Cr Greenway, also keep in mind that this park and its parking lots close at dusk.

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Jan 2, 2019
Tim Herndon
Oct 5, 2018
Eric Oquendo
Nov 17, 2017
Orlando Benavides
15.6mi
Nov 5, 2017
Maren Marie
7 mi marker, 3.5 each way 7mi
Jul 22, 2017
Julie Stevens
Beautiful trail! Loved it! 17mi

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  3.6 from 8 votes

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