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I ride this trail quite a bit on my bike. I try to go early in the morning or later in the evening as it tends to be very busy during the day. I usually park at the trailhead in North St Paul but noticed...More
This walking and bicycle trail goes from St. Paul to Stillwater, we usually get on in North St. Paul near entity and Highway 36. From there we go towards the urban area or out to the more remote location in Stillwater.
Long, fairly flat ride through woods and rolling pastures. The trail is older pavement, but still in decent condition. We’ve rolled bladed and biked on this trail. Connects to other smaller trail systems on the north end. There’s a excellent horse path alongside the paved...More
My daughter and I biked this trail a couple of weeks ago so we could connect to Brown’s Creek Trail to head into Stillwater. The tail itself is beautiful but the first few miles of the trail as we headed east we’re fairly bumpy where...More
Very nice trail . Especially nice and out in the countryside East of Hadley Avenue in N St Paul . Shady on summer days too. From Duluth Junction take the ride NE out to Pine Point park (flat/slightly rolling hills) or along Brown's Creek segment...More
This is a really awesome bike trail. We are so lucky to have such a great path for a long ride with the family. It ends at a brewery! How can it be any better?
Great ride all year round. Winter you will need the...More
There are a number of places to access this trail, and often we park at the Maplewood Community Center and ride to Pine Point, the Brown's Creek Trail, or take rides into south Washington County. Trail users are involved in a variety of activities including...More
I took this trail round-trip from Saint Paul to Stillwater with my husband and a friend, and it was one of our all-time favorite bike trips. Although the trail parallels Highway 36, there are woods that separate you from the highway, making you feel like...More