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Rabbit Run

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0.9 Miles 1.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

4' 1 m

Ascent

-13' -4 m

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70' 21 m

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60' 18 m

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Shared By Chris Conley

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This twisty and fun singletrack trail lies on the south side of Oyster Creek.

Chris Conley

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Always closed after a rain to let the trails dry out; but since this trail mostly lies in the sunshine, it dries out MUCH faster than other trail systems in Houston.

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If coming from Coyote Pass, use caution when crossing Dulles Ave. Rabbit Run lies on the south side of Oyster Creek. It drops down quickly from Dulles Ave, and snakes its way through the trees along the creek. You'll end up at Oyster Creek Park - a family and dog friendly park with beautiful landscaping. Oyster Creek Park is also a good parking spot to either begin or end your trail ride on the Oyster Creek Trails.

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