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My hubby and I headed out onto this trail with our Segway. We mingled with walkers, joggers, bicycles, roller-blades, and more. The trail is beautiful! Lots of large growth trees, flowers, creeks, etc. you hardly even notice the surrounding roads and homes.
This is a really nice trail, well shaded and scenic! If you start at the trail head you barley have to pedal (if you are on a bike) there is a gradual slope from Dellwood to Stillwater. The trail is heavily used by families, cyclists,...More
While the body of this trail is typical of the paved bike/hike pathways throughout Minnesota, the newest of the state trails starts in downtown Stillwater at the eastern end and connects up with the popular Gateway Trail at Brown's Creek's western terminus. The five mile...More
This is an awesome black top trail that extends from Stillwater Mn.on an old railroad bed so the incline is easy to bike or walk. It connects to the gateway trail from St. Paul and goes for many miles through the country.
I recently took my first bike ride on the Brown's Creek trail and really enjoyed it. The paved trail starts in downtown Stillwater and runs for approximately 6 miles before connecting with the Gateway Trail. Leaving Stillwater is a gentle uphill ride for most of...More
This is a very nice addition to the Gateway Trail system. It starts in Stillwater and connects up with the Gateway trail about 7 miles out of town. Note: you will ride up a slight uphill exiting Stillwater but you will also be on the...More
Bike - walk - sedgeway - rollerblade in beauty while enjoying the sound of the rushing waters of Brown's Creek as it winds its way to the St. Croix River. Because it is a railroad bed the incline is minimal going west, and you can...More