The Cypress Creek Trails - Trail, Cypress, Texas

The Cypress Creek Trails - Trail, Cypress, Texas

DESCRIPTION

as you can see on the map, there are 4 trail all around the creek. the one across from the marker on the other side of the road is probly the most technical, if u follow it, it goes into the woods with some cool ridgeline stuff. the marker is at the head of an average trail, it has its technical sections, but its only about a 5 minute trail. if you follow the one across the road down to jones road, and go across the bridge to the other side, there is an awesome crazy technical trail with some pretty cool drops. thats about it so, adios.

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 11, 2015]
Lucas
Weekend Warrior

The trail was extremely nice for a suburban forest kind of setting. Well maintained and gave.you a lot of options. There wasnt anything to technical so it was great for a weekend relaxing kind of ride, with just the occasional spot where you had to concentrate. There were parts of the trail that went to sand so I had to jump off. What ruined this trail was people. There was a group of about 5 - 6 kids riding motorbikes on it. I had to get off the trail as they went by, each puffing hot fumes in my face. That on top of the obnoxious revving destroyed the peace of the trail. Later, another dirt bike almost ran me off the trail and we both had to come to a complete stop. I asked the kid if he was allowed on the trail, his response, typical spoiled kid, "I dont care." Obviously some great parents in the area letting their kids ruin it for everyone. I doubt they are paying extra for the maintenance.

Customer Service

I just wandered through, no planned trail. There are road and bridges often and not really much chance of getting lost.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Jun 18, 2013]
moransa
Cross Country Rider

There are about 8 sections of trail in the area, which stretch from the YMCA at 249 all the way over to Grant Rd. I've never met two riders who ride the same way, or in the same order. There's a very diverse terrain here, some very technical sections and more than 10 miles of total trail, AND GROWING. Almost everytime I go out, there are new trails.

Customer Service

I don't recommend a specific route, sometimes I like to change it up for variety. I recommend you go get lost. You're never too far from a road.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 03, 2010]
skewe
Weekend Warrior

Nice trail with decent paths, bridges and decents. There is about a 4ft to 6ft drop too. There is an area where there are pebbles and then it gets wooded. When I was there, it just rained in the morning so the pebble trail was compact but muddy. Enjoyed the trip and it is better than Flintridge.
Fun factor = 4 out of 5, Techincal = 2 out of 5. It is a trail for both begginers and advance bikers

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Oct 29, 2010]
tjmach
Weekend Warrior

this is a great trail for beginners and advanced riders. there is one entrance that leads to some fun ups and downs, called the pump house run. once you're at the parking lot, head east over the bridge until you see this little utility house on the left. go behind it and to the right (into the grass) and enter the trails immediately to the left and enjoy. there is also an entrance to the left of the trail behind the house, more for beginners.
the main trailheads re at the bridge, on both sides. you'll see them at the bottom. have a blast!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 22, 2010]
Julian Craioveanu
Weekend Warrior

The best trail in Houston by far. So many different trail and for all levels. The good thing is that there is a way around all hard spots (good for starters and for the couples). They are making new trails and fixing the old all the time too.Try it out.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Apr 13, 2010]
Amanda Davis
Downhiller

If you begin on the trail going behind the park and continue to follow as far as it will go, you will end up in Northpoint. (Spring Cypress and Northpoint Rd). Awesome terrain. Lot's of uphill and downhill. Be cautious if you are new to bike riding. There are a lot of roots that can catch you off guard. There is also many areas that are sandy which can be harder to get through at times.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
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