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Located in Utah Valley, the pristine Murdock Canal Trail, which opened in May , is built over the now-enclosed canal. The beautiful mile paved trail connects seven communities in the Utah Valley and has an adjacent dirt path for equestrian use. The trail is marked every quarter-mile and has established trailheads with restroom facilities and running water about every three miles. State Route 74 in Highland, there is a short gap in the trail that can be bridged via the bike lanes or sidewalk on that road, along with low-traffic West Park Rd.

The Murdock Canal Trail resumes just south of the park and continues without any interruptions to Orem. At the southern end of the trail in Orem, you can also head east paralleling UT 52 a short distance to reach the mile Provo River Parkway.

Both trails are part of the Golden Spoke trail network, which stretches more than miles from Ogden to Provo. At the northern end of the trail in Lehi, you can pick up the Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail and travel about 3 miles towards the city's downtown. The Murdock Canal Trail has several trailheads in the following communities, from south to north:.

Wow, what a hero you are! That is a lot of miles in two days. I want to go Saturday for sure Should we do the Murdock canal trail again? I liked that ride. Somes up her thought about this trail and our bike ride on This was the 1st time on Murdock. The reviews and facts on this site helped alot in deciding to ride this 17 mile trail.

Coming from north I15 we got to Thanksgiving Point, and drove about 1. Parked at the side of the road by the car dealership, crossed the road and began riding. The riding was wonderful, trail is marked well and is wide. Only confusing part was when we got to a park which everyone who rides this far on the Murdock trail will get to this park. No real marking of which way to go but I assume it's because any way through the park will keep you on the trail, at the park entrance it's best to make a right but if you continue east you'll hit a main road we went right.

The 2 bathrooms we hit were clean! There are bathrooms all along the way. At about mile 9 or at least after the park on the trail I saw one drinking fountain on the east of the road with a nice covered rest stop. Beyon heading south on the westside is a vending machine!

It looked stocked but I didn't check it out. The ride is nice, roosters,barns, close view of the mountains and lake. There are steel bars for bikers to pass through but for safety reason, to cross streets. At the end of the trail we continued east about 2 miles get onto the Provo River Trail.

This was a wonderful connection with a very gradual climb to a close up view of Bridal Falls. The trail is older could use an uplift, the cool thing is the trail is split in 3 sections. After Bridal falls we continued up east on the trail for 2 miles and hit a park for a well deserved break. Bathroom no so great here. All in all the trip took us 2. There was 1 challenging hill that you have to do on the Murdock but nothing on the Provo River Trail.

Our total roundtrip mileage for was We started about 7: Both trail are really good but together I thought incredible to bike ride on. I really injoy this trail will use it more offen. This trail connects up with what appears to be an extensive trail system linking many neighborhoods and other trails. Ample signage directs you to the other spurs and trailheads along the way.

There is a small portion of the trail that takes you out onto Alpine Highway, but there is a generous bike path and a sidewalk if you feel exceptionally cautious.

The Murdock Canal Trail meanders through quiet suburbs and bucolic farmland, with not much traffic on a Sunday morning. Underpasses give you a little variation in terrain, and there are a few street crossings over quiet residential streets.

I look forward to riding the remaining 8 miles past Pleasant Grove. I rode this trail today from the Orem TH up to Highland and was extremely impressed! The trail is clean, well-paved, and wide; I appreciated the benches and bathroom along the way. I just started riding this trail and I love it! Very easy access to a well thought out trail system with great plans to connect with other trails in the near future. Beautiful scenery with light rolling hills.

This is a great resource for runners, and cyclists in the area. The Jordan River Parkway Trail weaves in and out of urban areas, parks and marshy riversides as it follows the Jordan River for nearly 50 miles, The paved trail follows an abandoned rail The Provo River Parkway weaves its way through state, city and county parks, as well as residential and commercial areas following the Provo River, Parley's Trail, when complete, will become the first true off-road transportation and recreation link spanning Salt Lake City from east to west.

It follows Snow Creek Drive for a short distance before TrailLink is a free service provided by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy a non-profit and we need your support! Murdock Canal Trail Utah. Murdock Canal Trail Facts. Orem and Timpanogos Hwy. This new Trail has a very excellent Underpass that is smooth.

A great Scenic Trail. One of several great Trailheads along Trail. Parking and Trail Access The Murdock Canal Trail has several trailheads in the following communities, from south to north: Although there is no parking at the trailhead E.

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The peninsula is also a place where the abundance of the ocean spills out onto the land, where the tide chart trumps the clock and each incoming wave brings a day of sustenance.

The bartenders here trade drinks for pizzas, and get clams on that pizza because clams are free, a gift from the sea given to those who make their home mere inches away from her grasp.

A century ago, the Columbia was crisscrossed with ferry routes. Bridges have eliminated all but this one, halfway between Longview and Astoria. The Puget Island ferry connects a lightly inhabited agricultural island on the Washington side with tiny Westport, Ore. The ferry is a small drive-aboard boat without a lounge or restrooms. It's a side trip well worth doing, but be warned that the route isn't really faster than U. Chances are, you've never been on the Washington side of the lower Columbia.

It's a little lonelier over here—you lose all but three FM signals as you twist around the rugged hills. Your only real reward is this little Irish pub, on the sandy banks of the Gray River, just before it spills into the Columbia. It's packed with books, lamps and knickknacks, the vibe so homey you wouldn't be surprised to learn the barkeep sleeps upstairs and reads the back issues of Gray's Sporting Journal by the wood stove after last call.

Eat some of the best doughnuts in the Pacific Northwest. And he also makes much, much better doughnuts. Actually, Andrew makes better doughnuts than pretty much anyone in the Northwest—every glazed cake doughnut, cinnamon roll, breakfast sandwich and biscotti has been excellent on my three visits to Cottage Bakery 18 Pacific Ave. It opens at 4 am, and you should arrive early to get the pick of the case, including the devil dogs filled with ultra-rich Bavarian cream.

Long Beach is home to three odd little museums. Hit the oddest first, since it opens first. Marsh's Free Museum Pacific Ave. The highlight is Jake, a "half-man half-alligator" that's smaller than you expect, but no less creepy. It also has a stuffed two-headed calf and old gaming machines. A few miles outside of downtown, the Cranberry Museum Pioneer Road, , cranberrymuseum.

Time the tides right, and you can easily claim a meal of wild oysters and clams on the peninsula. Oysterville Sea Farms 1st St. Out back, there's a redwood deck with Adirondack chairs overlooking the placid waters of the Willapa Bay.

You still have to get your hands dirty, as the farm isn't licensed to shuck and serve, instead giving you a garden glove, a knife and a quick tutorial. There's something satisfying and primal about sticking the knife into the oyster's hinge and twisting it to reveal a nutrient-dense lunch, then tossing the shell over the rail, into nature's recycling bin. The northern tip of the peninsula, where the bay meets the open ocean, is called Leadbetter Point northern end of Route , Ocean Park, Wash.

You take a one-lane road up to the parking lot, where there's no cell service. The trails on this sandy marsh are often flooded in winter months, and summer months birth mosquitos so big they leave thick black guck on your arm when swatted.

It's a paradise for birders and clammers, and worth exploring for its remoteness and ruggedness. Early-evening stroll along the Discovery Trail. Walk toward the beach on the lower peninsula, and you'll intersect with a paved path through the dunes. It's smooth enough to Rollerblade, though most folks you'll see are biking or walking. The Discovery Trail runs for 8. If you're feeling ambitious, and staying near the trail, you can walk down to Ilwaco for dinner and then walk back on the beach.

Downtown Ilwaco's finest restaurant is a spinoff of a camp store.

Long Beach is located at 46°21′3″N °3′13″W / °N ° W / ; (, ) on the Long Beach. Long Beach, Washington detailed profile. Current weather forecast for Long Beach, WA Relocating to Seattle from Long Beach CA (3 replies) .. Tornado : 1, Volcanic Eruption: 1 (Note: Some incidents may be assigned to more than one. Long Beach is a city in Pacific County, Washington, United States. The population was 1, at the census. Contents. 1 History; 2 Geography. Climate; Earthquake and tsunami vulnerability. 3 Demographics.