The trail is basically flat as you head north. You go through farm fields, but through a forested area which is pleasantly shaded. The trail was once a railroad. There is a historic Stone Bridge which can be viewed by walking down a rather steep set of well maintained stairs. It is a great place to stop. The trail is paved for much of the ride. Part of it is well packed gravel, easy to navigate. We usually do an easy 14-15 mile round trip. We are reminded on the way back, headed south, that there is a slight climb. This is usually after we have stopped for lunch at Poison Ivy on Elevator Road.
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