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  • Take a ride on the historic 3-Trails Corridor

    In a few years, the 3-Trails Corridor will stretch about 46 miles from Sugar Creek to Gardner. The hiking and biking trail retraces the route of the Santa Fe, Oregon and California trails. Plans for the corridor first appeared about 25 years ago as a bullet point on a list of goals set down by trail advocates. Music: "Feelin Good" by Kevin MacLeod / CC BY 3.0)

In a few years, the 3-Trails Corridor will stretch about 46 miles from Sugar Creek to Gardner. The hiking and biking trail retraces the route of the Santa Fe, Oregon and California trails. Plans for the corridor first appeared about 25 years ago as a bullet point on a list of goals set down by trail advocates. Music: "Feelin Good" by Kevin MacLeod / CC BY 3.0) Will Schmitt The Kansas City Star
In a few years, the 3-Trails Corridor will stretch about 46 miles from Sugar Creek to Gardner. The hiking and biking trail retraces the route of the Santa Fe, Oregon and California trails. Plans for the corridor first appeared about 25 years ago as a bullet point on a list of goals set down by trail advocates. Music: "Feelin Good" by Kevin MacLeod / CC BY 3.0) Will Schmitt The Kansas City Star

In a few years, KC bikers and hikers will be able to trek 46 miles of pioneer trails

June 28, 2016 1:05 PM