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- Distance: 4.19 miles
- Difficulty: Easy
- Tread: Natural, 36-48” wide
- Terrain: Rolling Hills
- Current Status: Open
Coal Train Trail is a beginner natural surface trail with a few B-lines for the more adventurous soul. The name Coal Train acknowledges both the region’s history and the personality of the trail. You can access the Coal Train Trail by either Chauncey Depot Trail or Gob Pile Loop. If you want to take the most advantage of the B-lines, start from Gob Pile Loop and travel clockwise.
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