posted Aug. 16th, 2013 - 12:10pm
Coach Liz says:
I have mapped out ALL the trails in The Woodlands and divided them up in 3 - 4 mile segments called Legs. I also created a website where all these legs are posted. Go to www.werunthisplace.com
for more info. I am currently updating the site and adding pictures and more details about each leg. These are MY trails and I LOVE them. If you have questions about a specific section you can e-mail me at email@example.com
posted Jul. 6th, 2013 - 6:10pm
I am so surprised that the beautiful hike/bike/equestrian trails of the Spring Creek Greenway are not mentioned on this site. We have one of the very best natural systems with more acrage along this creek on both the Montgomery County side and the Harris County side than I think just about any area of the country. May I suggest that if you are interested in knowing more about this asset to our community you pop onto their website and get more info.
posted Jan. 22nd, 2013 - 4:38am
Are there any places to jog/run in the woodlands that are dirt and not cement/asphalt?
posted Sep. 14th, 2012 - 6:43pm
Julia Cleath says:
Are electric golf carts allowed on the path system?
posted Jul. 12th, 2012 - 1:14am
Joe Commuter says:
160 miles of bike trails, and cyclists in spandex still choose to take the roads. Can I take my SUV on the bike trails?
posted Sep. 22nd, 2011 - 6:08pm
safety and hogs? says:
I saw 2 wild hogs right next to the bike path at Gosling and Creekside Forest Dr intersection at 6:30pm yesterday (still light out). I was in my car at the time.
I'm a bit worried about this, I'm new here and where I moved from, there were no wild hogs. If I, or my kids, encounter wild hogs when turning one of the curves on the path, what should be done? Keep going past them? Stop and turn around and pedal like crazy? Yell and try to scare them?
I was told they run fast and are dangerous.
Is it typical to see wild hogs in the daytime - early evening while still light out?
posted Jul. 20th, 2011 - 4:31pm
@Creekside Trails says:
I bike that area alot, and short of getting on the George Mitchell bike trails you will at some point have to follow Gosling or Kuykendahl (to the best of my knowledge). The new path on Gosling is beautiful though, and although it is currently being finished it is rideable, and ends conveniently right at Creekside.
If you really want to avoid big roads, you can go up the Gosling path about a half mile and, right where the construction ends, you can take a right. That will put you onto the trails that go around the Tangle Brush area and further.
posted Jun. 18th, 2011 - 1:29pm
This trail map is terribly out of date, and has been for years now. Great that there has been investment in new trails - - how about letting folks know about it!
posted Jun. 12th, 2011 - 8:22am
Interested homeowner says:
Where can I find mileage on these hike and bike trails? I know they have been measured.
posted Jun. 9th, 2011 - 10:11pm
Creekside Trails says:
Does Creekside Park have any connecting trails to the Northside (Montgomery CO.) of the Woodlands, without having to get on Kuykendahl or Gosling?
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