Timberlane Trails - Trail, Spring, Texas

Timberlane Trails - Trail, Spring, Texas

DESCRIPTION

Starts off on gravel path to share with the walking folk. After you follow the creek for a while, it branches off for bikes and the gravel stops. A few bridges, the occasional up and down, but nothing extreme. Plenty of signs and 5 trail heads, each with a map.
Open to the public from dawn to dusk, but not well marked on how to get there from the front of the neighborhood.

Directions from I-45:
-Exit Cypresswood Drive and head east
-Turn right on Aldine-Westfield Rd. (after bridge)
-Turn right on Wood River into Timberlane neighborhood
-Turn left on Grand Rapids (you can't turn right)
-Grand Rapids will end, with the park entrance and parking lot to your left

USER REVIEWS

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[May 06, 2016]
Bwmcam
Weekend Warrior

Good flowing trail, not real technical

Customer Service

Anyone ridden this in a while? I went last year 2015 October, and the trail was torn up from construction. Anyone know the condition, is it back to being ridable?

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Sep 12, 2013]
Tyler smith
Weekend Warrior

Ride these trials about every other day im just getting back into biking so there good starter trials for me the best route to follow is the yellow posts this route is the most difficult of all the routes has a good amount of drops, roots and theres even a 10-15ft drop into a gully you can ride down.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Mar 26, 2012]
EllemEnnoP
Weekend Warrior

hey there is more to this trail on the west of the entire neighborhood (you can get there by crossing over drainage bayou and going into a gate and onto some 4 wheeler trails... go look and see future possibilities

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Mar 23, 2012]
Stevo
Weekend Warrior

Trail has some slight challenges for the beginning rider-- it's a good place to get your feet wet. I came here before nearby Cypresswood Trails, and yes, like other reviewers I agree that it pales in comparison. However, some of the twists/turns found in Cypresswood can be found here on a smaller scale, as well as a nice 20' halfpipe, as well as other drops hidden off the main trail for those will to hump their bike up for a good downhill thrill. Visit
http://www.ghorba.org/trail-news/cypress-creek-hike-bike-trail-2007
to learn about future expansion plans by Timberlane MUD and Talon Trails to turn this into a 5 mile track.

Customer Service

However....it's not that big as it is.

Similar Products Used:

Cypresswood

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Feb 26, 2012]
Bloodyroots
Cross Country Rider

Great trail if you watch Dora the Explorer. Trail is weak. Why even bother with this disaster of a trail when cypress wood is just a few miles away? It's a Walmart bike trail.

Customer Service

The route back to the cypress wood trails.

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Apr 10, 2011]
Robosharker
Weekend Warrior

This is a pretty good trail for a beginner or casual ride. It winds through the woods and runs along cypress creek at times. Its a got a couple decent drops, but overall its a pretty easy ride, but the scenery is nice. I wouldn't make a special trip for it, but if you in the area, its a good way to bust out a 30-45 minute ride.

Customer Service

Just park in the lot and enter the trail head just beyond the parking lot. The entrance has a trail maps which is handy.

Similar Products Used:

Cypressswood trails, Ant Hills.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Feb 12, 2009]
ROAD WARRIOR
Cross Country Rider

Rode by the trail one day after a rain thinking it would be too wet. Wrong; sandy soil was in perfect condition. Roughly speaking there are 3 trails that run between Cypress Creek and the subdivision, a wide gravel, a single track gravel, and a natural surface single-track. Less than 4 miles all-together. Beginner level with several advanced options, and more being added. Don't make a special trip for these trails, but if you're in the area you can have a 1/2 hr. of fun.

Customer Service

Maps at all the trailheads, can't get lost, just go ride.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Nov 22, 2008]
FrancoisTX
Cross Country Rider

Trail in good condition, it's between Kingwood and Cypresswood regarding technical difficulty.
You can ride very fast if you want and made a lot of miles.

Similar Products Used:

Cypresswood is the best.......
You have 5 miles of great trail in perfect condition, few difficulty.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
2
[Sep 29, 2008]
xDaBombx
Cross Country Rider

Great trails! I try to ride twice a week I can't get enough. But since hurricane Ike there are logs and limbs everywhere you cant tell where the trail ends or begins and it's so cool. Before Ike this place was a jungle but in some areas only tall trees stand no bushes nothing. Now you can really see the ground. There could be hardcore trails in the future. It just needs the right people to make it happen. Another plus tall trees cover the trails so the sun is won't tire you out.(lol) It will take a few more weeks before it's completly cleared from Ike. Until then I will be hopping fallen trees. Awesome begginer trail and then some.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 21, 2008]
nick campos
Weekend Warrior

Great novice trail less than two miles from my home. I've been riding this trail for a few months and i have a route i follow that i really enjoy. It's a great workout. I would like to share my rides with other riders. I've been mountain biking for over ten years. I want to help people get into trail riding and stay healthy. So if your new to mountain biking or in the area I can give you lots of advice on how to have a safe fun ride and technics that can improve your ride. Email me at Zblablablablabla@hotmail.com for more info. I love this stuff.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
2
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