Long Prairie and Stone Bridge Trails

Chicago, Illinois

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As you travel from one side of Boone County to the other on the Long Prairie Trail, you’ll encounter small winding creeks, a few small railroad towns, and plenty of open space. Leaving Boone County launches you on the Stone Bridge Trail, where the greenery grows thick and the landscape becomes more rolling. Toward the end of the route, a short trip off-trail brings you to a picturesque landmark—an old double-arched limestone bridge straddling a rocky creek.

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"As you travel from one side of Boone County to the other on the Long Prairie Trail, you’ll encounter small winding creeks, a few small railroad towns, and plenty of open space.

Leaving Boone County launches you on the Stone Bridge Trail, where the greenery grows thick and the landscape becomes more rolling. Toward the end of the route, a short trip off-trail brings you to a picturesque landmark—an old double-arched limestone bridge straddling a rocky creek."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Chicago
Distance: 40.8
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Riding Time: 4 hours
Local Maps: USGS Belvidere, Belvidere North, Capron, and South Beloit DeLorme: Illinois Atlas and Gazetteer: Pages 18 and 19 Illinois Bicycle Map, Region 2, Illinois Department of Transportation, www .dot .state.il .us/bikemap/state .html
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May 2018