Stoner Trail is a 3.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Shreveport, LA that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.
Nice trail with moderate difficulty but a few hairpins and hills that can be challenging. It's a narrow trail; shin guards welcome to protect your legs from taking a lashing from passing foliage.
Figured trail would be cleared a little. honestly the trail it ruined. They would need to haul in dirt along the whole way especially mid way point its just swamp. Down trees and bushes every 20-30 yards
The trails are basically ruined from the river flooding. Rode by them last week and many areas of the trails are still under water.
It's okay for MB when it isn't flooded.
When I first started out I was like cool little trail in the city. Then all I could hear was the traffic from the parkway so it wasn't very peaceful. I then ran into homeless people's things, in two different spots. Don't plan on going back here.
Fun little trail
This is a great scenic trail to go on for a casual bike ride or a leisurely stroll! There are several different paths. My favorite is the one that overlooks the Red River. You can ride along side the river for quite a long time. I commonly see many cool birds along the river like Blue Heron, and Great Egrets. To find this specific path from the parking lot just start walking all the way towards the river and you will find the trailhead literally a few feet from the water. This path is mostly flat and there are several opportunities to cut across to other paths if you want.
It was 30 degrees and windy today and that compelled me to bike this trail. Thickly wooded so the wind was not bad. I think I did the whole thing, but not sure, very poorly marked. There is no real elevation, still fun if you pedal really fast. There were 2 fallen trees that I couldn't pedal over. I don't think this trail has had any attention in a long time.
Primarily used by mountain bikers now. Watch out for poison ivy and mosquito swarms on the summer. Best from mid-fall through early spring.
A pleasant enough network of trails. Poorly marked, but the narrow woods makes getting lost unlikely. Easy access for a mid-week hiking break when time is limited.
As for a hiker, this trail is a definite 1 in terms of difficulty. Don't get me wrong, the trail is enjoyable if you are out for a leisurely stroll, but there is too much noise from local traffic to be fully relaxing.
Mostly flat but narrow and windy in places. Looks like an old trail that hasn't been taken care of. Used to be much more interesting judging by the left over man made stuff here and there.
Nothing but fun, difficulty determined by how fast you want to go instead of how steep and far you want to climb. Shared by hikers, joggers, bikers, fishers and dogs. 5 stars for fun!