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This trail starts at the wrangler trailhead and heads west. It's a relatively easy trail, but good to follow the trail map that comes with the app. It would be easy to take a wrong turn in some places. It goes through some woods and under an underpass. There were some homeless people at the underpass, but they didn't bother us. Plenty of people on the trail. Feels safe.
This is a very easy trail in Sandy off the Sego Lily / Dimple Dell trail system. It's wood chipped the whole way. There are several signs explaining the vegetation and history if the area. It would be great to teach children about plants, animals, and native American history in this spot. If you use Apple Maps, it stops you in an area where you can't access the trail. There is a short little stump of Flanders Road at the trailhead. You can park on the east side.
A nice, easy trail with sparse shade on the second half. It is a little urban for my taste, as much of the path runs right alongside homes. The path is clearly marked with plenty of smaller offshoots from the main trail. If you normally hike in Chacos or sandals, I suggest different footwear for this hike. The mulch and pebble path makes for a lot of debris in your footbed. Overall, a pleasant and easy day hike.