Crabtree Creek Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is within Anderson Point Park and Crabtree Park. It is 6.1 miles long and begins at 190 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 2 feet. Along the trail there is a wetland.
Crabtree Creek Trail Professional Review and Guide
"For twenty years, the map of Raleigh’s greenway system resembled a scattered collection of elbow macaroni: a curve of mile-long trail here, a curve there. By 2000, those random bits of elbow macaroni were piecing together. In 2006, a full-fledged noodle formed. That noodle is an 11-mile stretch of nearly continuous greenway— there’s a small hiccup here and there—that runs from Milburnie Road on the southeast to about 1.5 miles shy of Umstead State Park on the northwest. It’s the second longest stretch of greenway in the Triangle, offering a mostly sylvan walk through the heart of a rapidly growing metropolitan area."
--Joe Miller, 100 Classic Hikes in North Carolina (The Mountaineers Books).
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