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Great for a run or bike ride

Crushed limestone trail that runs from Dubuque to Dyersville. 26+ miles. Paved trails in Dubuque... read more

Reviewed 21 June 2017
DuhawkGreg
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Dubuque, Iowa
Great way to cool down

This place is a trail that connects the towns of Dubuque and Dyersville. Its a 26 mile crushed... read more

Reviewed 8 March 2017
Daniel B
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Cedar Rapids
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21 Jun 2017
“Great for a run or bike ride”
8 Mar 2017
“Great way to cool down”
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

This place is a trail that connects the towns of Dubuque and Dyersville. Its a 26 mile crushed limestone surface. Many people use it just to walk on, like me that day. Others bike on it and was told that people use it to snowmobile...More

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Reviewed 21 June 2017

Crushed limestone trail that runs from Dubuque to Dyersville. 26+ miles. Paved trails in Dubuque link to limestone trail beginning at Heritage Pond about 3 miles north of Dubuque.

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Reviewed 8 March 2017

This place is a trail that connects the towns of Dubuque and Dyersville. Its a 26 mile crushed limestone surface. Many people use it just to walk on, like me that day. Others bike on it and was told that people use it to snowmobile...More

3  Thank Daniel B
Reviewed 14 November 2016

This trail goes from Dubuque to Dyersville and is great for walking or bike riding. There are even a few bar stops on the way. The ride is mostly canopied so it is cool and scenic.

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Reviewed 13 November 2016 via mobile

Parr of this trail is free to walk/ride on. There are parking areas at several locations of this 26 mile trail. We picked it up at Heritage Pond. You can prepurchase a day pass at specific establishments or pay at the trail head. This trail...More

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Reviewed 31 July 2016

Love this trail. I discovered this trail after I had purchased a fat tire bike and have ridden it many times since. I have told many people about it and love that it is so convenient to a mid-range city. I have met several interesting...More

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Response from DuhawkGreg | Reviewed this property |
No close place on the Heritage Trail to rent a bike. Try Bicycle World on Central Avenue. They used to rent some of their bikes. You could potentially rent a bike from them and find your way to the paved trail downtown... More
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