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A short, two-mile trail leading around the edge of the park, connecting to the main Red Trail Loop.


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2.3

Miles

3.7

KM

Point to Point

715' 218 m

High

691' 211 m

Low

28' 8 m

Up

37' 11 m

Down

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Family Friendly This wide, flat path allows visitors of all ages to appreciate the beauty of the preserve without being overly strenuous.

Description

This trail is part of the Ned Brown (Busse Woods) 3,558 acre nature preserve that contains a nature preserve, 360-acre reservoir, a meadow, an elk pasture, and picnic groves. It connects the villages of Rolling Meadows to the east, Schaumburg to the west to the main Red Trail Loop.

The trail is a multi-use trail used for running, road cycling, and hiking.

Flora & Fauna

You're likely to see white tail deer, coyotes, and migratory birds.

Contacts

Shared By:

Markemmanuel Rodriguez

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Trail Rankings

#297

in Illinois

#31,254

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