Need to Know
In winter, this trail is shared by snowmobiles. They use it as a connector between two main state trail routes. It is not groomed.
In summer, this trail is shared by equestrians. Equestrians have the right-of-way, share the trail and be courteous. Horses are flight animals. The best practice is to say hello to the rider so the horse knows you are not a threat. Pass slowly and give plenty of room.
Beginning at the end of 95th Avenue West off Clyde Ave, the Clyde Connector Trail makes a steep connection between the neighborhood below to Skyline Parkway at the top of the ridge line. It also connects to the Munger State trail, a 10-foot wide paved path, as well as the DWP, an 8-foot wide limestone doubletrack path.
This doubletrack switchbacks seven times through a mature stand of pines with many rock outcrops flanking either side of the trail. It makes a great connector option when riding Skyline Park, the DWP, or the Munger Trail allowing looped rides between the three routes.
Shared By: James Shoberg