After ringing in the new year with delicious food, indulgent drinks, and activities extending well past midnight, you might agree that January 1st - or New Year’s Day – is an ideal time to get back on the saddle, when it comes to your healthy lifestyle choices. And, what better way to clear your mind and prepare your body for whatever 2021 brings than with a run, jog, or bike ride along with one of Dallas’ most scenic trails? Here are 3 local jogging trails that we believe are worth visiting in the new year.
Cedar Ridge Preserve
7171 Mountain Creek Parkway
Dallas, Texas 75249
With thousands of glowing reviews on Google, locals and tourists alike love Cedar Ridge Preserve! The preserve sits on 600 acres and offers visitors an array of paths, which vary in intensity and span nine miles. When you walk them, you’ll encounter plenty of natural beauty, from gently rolling hills to local wildlife. Bring your smartphone – you’ll want to snap a pic of all the cool things you’ll see here!
Trammell Crow Park
3700 Sylvan Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75207
If you’re looking to snap a few quality photos of the Dallas skyline, head to Trammell Crow Park, which is a delight for both amateur photographers and fitness enthusiasts. Why? Well, because aside from well-manicured trails, Trammell Crow Park also boasts sports courts, cow sculptures, and plenty of recreational opportunities. Kayak Trinity River or hold a picnic in one of their many green spaces.
Big Cedar Wilderness DORBA Trail
7532 Saddleridge Drive
Dallas, Texas 75249
Are you familiar with DORBA? The Dallas Off-Road Bicycle Association provides bicycling and other recreational enthusiasts with the resources needed to bike, hike, or run the best trails in the area. So, with a DORBA-approved trail of their own, Big Cedar Wilderness is a great park to visit! At Big Cedar Wilderness, you’ll experience trails of heightened elevation, fishing opportunities, and more.
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