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El Rio Tr - 1st walk 4 Miles.

  • May 11, 2013 · 7:30 AM
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The starting point is the end of the first segment and the beginning of the second segment.  Choose just the 4 mile segment, the full 9 miles or sign up for the later 5 mile walk.

I'm splitting this into two postings since some people prefer a later walk.

This is a fast paced exercise walk of 3+ MPH.

The North segment will be just over an hour.  If you combine both walks it will be three hours.

You will need at least 32oz/1L of water to participate in this walk.

I recommend closer to two liters for the longer walk.

You must carry the water with you.  Don't leave it in the car.

Sign in will be at 7:30 in the Tri-Rail parking lot on the south side of Yamatto hear I-95.  Look for the sky blue Hyundai on the North side of the parking lot.  We start walking at 7:45 and should be back at the station at approximately 9:15-9:30.

There have not been any issues so far, however the lot is marked for towing.

We will leave the parking lot heading west for about a block, cross Yamatto then head back east a block.

This walk will include the stairs at the train station.

The North segment is 4 miles round trip.  We will head North up to the Costco on Congress and back.  On the return, we will make a loop around a small lake.  The North segment has more nature than the South segment.  We return to the train station where the 4 mile walk ends and the 5 mile walk begings.  For those that want to go the additional 5 miles, we head South from Yamatto to Glades and back.

Path conditions - This is a well maintained, shared use, paved trail that is bordered by a canal the entire walk.  Every so often there are benches for water breaks or to take a breather.

Directions:

By I-95 take Yamatto West a few blocks.  Tri-Rail is on the South side of Yamatto.

By 441/7 take Yamatto  heading east.  Tri-Rail is on the South side of Yamatto a few blocks before I-95.

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  • Andrea P

    Great double walk

    May 11, 2013

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    I had fun!

    May 11, 2013

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    A former member

    Always a good walk...perfect morning. Thank you Glenn

    May 11, 2013

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    Wifey

    May 10, 2013

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    I will not be able to make it.

    May 10, 2013

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    A former member

    I am new to this group!

    May 10, 2013

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