Calgary River Pathways

Calgary runners and cyclists are blessed with over 800 km (500 mi) of pathways available for recreational use in the city limits alone. The City clears snow from 300 km of pathways during the winter, so runners, walkers and cyclists are able to take advantage of the system year-round!

Papago Park

Just across the street from Tempe Town Lake is the wonderful Papago Park. This natural environment offers 10.2 miles of natural trails, which are largely comprised of fine dirt and sand. Most of the trails have limited technicality and are great for an easy hike, trail run, or ride. Water, parking, and a trail map are available at the trailhead, …

South Mountain Park

South Mountain is one of the Phoenix area’s best known and most beloved fitness landmarks! Rising from the desert South of Phoenix, the park offers and expansive trail system with dozens of trails of varying difficulty. While the trails themselves are primarily dirt and rock, there are also smooth roads throughout the park that are suitable for cycling, as mountain …

Sherman Branch Mountain Bike Park

It is important to note that the parking lot for the facility is not located on Camp Stewart Road despite the address above. When using a GPS, continue on Rocky River Church Road past Camp Stewart Road and the parking lot will be located shortly after the intersection on the left. The gravel lot has space available for 30-40 cars …

Riverfront Trail

  In hilly Omaha, the Riverfront Trail is an oasis for those looking to get a longer run or ride in on a flat surface. The Riverfront Trail, a concrete multi-use path approximately 10 feet in width, extends 10.8 miles along the Missouri River. The trail has numerous shaded sections along with lengthy unshaded expanses and passes through wetlands, parks, …

Four Mile Run Trail

Named after Four Mile Run Creek, this seven miles-long asphalt trail (confusing, right?) passes through Shirlington and connects to the much longer W&OD Trail at multiple locations. Benches, trashcans, water, and restrooms are available at the numerous parks along the route every few miles, and the path is well marked. Because the portion of the trail running through Shirlington and …

Fountainhead Regional Park

Fountainhead Regional Park is the starting point of the 18-miles long Bull Run – Occoquan Trail. The point-to-point trail is open only to pedestrians and equestrians and winds its way through five parks. The natural trail is completely rolling hills and can be fairly technical in many areas, with plenty of rocks and roots to navigate. The trail is heavily …

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