SMGA envisions a network of greenways and trails that connect the places where we live, work, learn and play. Our greenbelt uses land that is often ignored and neglected and takes advantage of existing parks and sidewalks. It offers an inviting and easy way to move throughout our community as a pedestrian or cyclist experiencing our natural landscape and heritage along the way. It helps to protect creeks and rivers, our water supply, and habitat for native plants and animals. It reduces the impact of severe flooding and offers many other health and safety benefits.
|name||trails||total descent||highest trail||total distance|
|Blanco Shoals Natural Area||0||0 ft||0 ft||0 ft|
|Purgatory Creek Natural Area||27||-688 ft||752 ft||13 miles|
|Ringtail Ridge||7||-128 ft||763 ft||2 miles|
|River Recharge Natural Area||8||-152 ft||747 ft||3 miles|
|Schulle Canyon Natural Area||6||-44 ft||797 ft||1 mile|
|Sessom Creek Natural Area||1||-50 ft||698 ft||1,575 ft|
|Spring Lake Preserve||20||-582 ft||761 ft||7 miles|
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