Cedar River Greenbelt & Harry Cook Trails

Distance: 8.2 miles
Elevation: 421′
Route Type: Trail
Surface: Crushed Stone
Cities on Route: Webster City, Osage

The Cedar River Greenbelt is a trail network that includes the Cedar Valley and Harry Cook trails as well as Spring Park. A crushed limestone trail, the Cedar River Greenbelt travels 4 miles along the Cedar River from Interstate Park in the city of Mitchell to Falk Wildlife Area, which is 1.5 miles west of Osage. Enjoy the wildlife, trees and native grasses and plants along the trail before you cross the Highway 9 bridge and follow Spring Park Road to the Harry Cook Trail. This trail winds further along the Cedar River and Sugar Creek, with beautiful scenery along the way.

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