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Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail & Powerline Trail

Trail Sign
Trail Sign
This is one of the trail signs for the Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail.
User: Lone_Star - 2/27/2013

Location: Memorial Park

Rating:
Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 4.50 Miles  Elapsed Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Comments:

This is my second review/visit to Memorial Park.  In my first visit, I logged the Color Coded Trails on the south side of Memorial Drive.  In this log, I will cover the Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail and Powerline Trail, both of which are on the north side of Memorial Drive and on the east side of the railroad tracks.

The Seymour Lieberman Exercise Trail is a dirt/gravel exercise trail that loops around the Memorial Park Golf Course and is just under 3 miles in length.  It is a very popular trail amongst joggers and walkers.

The Powerline Trail is an unimproved dirt trail that passes underneath and along the high voltage powerlines that run close to and parallel to the train tracks.  This trail isn't particularly scenic, but it is another trail to hike.  It's about 0.75 miles in length or 1.5 miles round trip.



Log Photos:
Trail Sign
Trail Sign
View Of The Trail
View Of The Trail
Another View Of The Trail
Another View Of The Trail
Yet Another View Of The Trail
Yet Another View Of The Trail
Powerline Trail
Powerline Trail
Powerline Trail - Another View
Powerline Trail - Another View

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