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Photo: Kylee Wierks/WFIU-WTIU News
Bloomington is celebrating another milestone in connecting the city’s trail system.
Bike enthusiasts and residents commemorated the opening of a new trail along Cascades Park today with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Elijah Baron did the honors.
The Cascades Park Trail is less than a mile in length, but eventually it will connect to the city’s larger trail system.
“Today is a eight tenths of a mile section that becomes the first phase of what we hope will become many additional phases adding to the length of bikeable, walkable and other uses rollerblading and so forth trails in our community,” Bloomington Park and Recreation Director Mick Renneisen says.
The trail begins at the Sycamore Shelter, runs north alongside the Cascades Golf Course, crosses North Walnut and ends near the Ferguson Dog Park.
An additional 1.9 mile planned trail represented by the dotted line will connect the Cascades Trail to the south and run northwest along the golf course.