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    Trinity River Trail

    Fort Worth, Texas
    Distance1.5mi
    Elevation Gain280ft
    Trailhead Elevation586ft
    Top586ft
    Elevation Min/Max548/586ft
    Elevation Start/End586/586ft

    Trinity River Trail

    Trinity River Trail is a hiking trail in Fort Worth, Texas. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 586 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 280 feet. The Trinity water can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Trinity Trail.
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    Kathryn Hopper
    "Fort Worth’s Trinity Trails offer easy access and scenic views that attract runners, walkers, and bicyclists who make them part of their daily workout regime. The scenic network of more than 40 miles of paved pathways connect many city parks and attractions as they meander along greenbelts of the Trinity River and its tributaries. The trails are in the midst of a massive upgrade. With more links coming online, it has become the place to see and be seen by Cowtown hipsters. This 4.4-mile out-and back hike follows one of the most popular segments of the trail—from University Drive through Trinity Park to the Zero Mile Marker, located near the Main Street Bridge just north of downtown Fort Worth. The trail is rarely empty and can get packed on weekends as runners, cyclists, dog walkers, and others get in their workouts, but this being friendly Fort Worth, be ready to wave and say howdy to passersby." Read more

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    Fort Worth
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    Boating
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    Newby Park
    Local Contacts
    Visit www.trwd.org/Librar ies/Maps/Trinity_Trails_Map _West.sflb.ashx for a detailed map of the western side of the trails
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