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16.03.2018 5 Comments

It took us about 5. I really enjoyed riding through the tree shaded areas and the pasture area. We'll do that on another trip. This was a well-earned opportunity to coast a while and get some muscle relief. This was our first day and we enjoyed this trail.

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I really enjoyed riding through the tree shaded areas and the pasture area. And coming back, we attacked the hill while we were fresh the next morning. We parked our car near the Depot in Shenandoah, and and began the 44 mile trip on our road bikes on a mild summer day. Malvern has a grocery store, pharmacy, 2 restaurants. We enjoyed the paved trail and all the wonderful smells of the plants along the way. There is a way to connect with the trail along the Missouri river levee, and eventually with the Bob Kerry pedestrian bridge over the MO river which really is worth seeing into Omaha but we did not figure out how to make the connection as we were too tired. We watched another bicyclist and figured it out. Stopped for lunch at one of the 2 restaurants in Malvern, about the halfway point for us. The trail condition was great- compacted crushed limestone with only a few soft spots and the bridge surfaces and bridge approaches are good. From about mile to there is a long grade down into the Missouri river valley at Council Bluffs. The hills are gentle and most of the route is in shade. This was a well-earned opportunity to coast a while and get some muscle relief. In Council Bluffs to get to Western Inn, its about 1. This was our first day and we enjoyed this trail. Mineola has a restaurant. I highly suggest this trail especially if you are just starting out to ride bike trails like us. As you will see, there are a lot of bridges they must maintain on the trail. Silver City has a shelter, a bar and a small store that stocks snacks and spare bike tubes right by the trail. Being it was our first time there we did get a little confused as to where the trail went when we got in town. Continue on the trail along the high school, cross Harry Langdon Blvd and take the paved path on the campus of Iowa School for the Deaf to the left, it curves around to the right northeast near the intersection with highway 92, but you end up at the corner of Valley View and The portion of the trail closest to CB is the busiest, but we went miles without seeing anyone else on the most remote stretches. I definitely recommend this trail. Then you cross 92 and you are on the Valley View bike trail. Be sure to purchase the trail pass at the Depot to help pay for maintenance and get a trail map - there's a lot of history displayed in the Depot. It took us about 5.

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  1. Continue on the trail along the high school, cross Harry Langdon Blvd and take the paved path on the campus of Iowa School for the Deaf to the left, it curves around to the right northeast near the intersection with highway 92, but you end up at the corner of Valley View and

  2. Be sure to purchase the trail pass at the Depot to help pay for maintenance and get a trail map - there's a lot of history displayed in the Depot.

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