I walk my dog daily on this paved trail. Many beautiful parks to stop at. The trail is never too busy.

Transients abound...best for bike riding / quick getaways. My twin 7 year olds and I use sections for bike riding but not recommended for hiking or the faint of heart.

This greenway has so much potential but serves primarily as a highway and camping ground for transients between cities. Very dirty and littered with trash most of the time. It runs right along I-5 so there is considerable traffic noise for a large portion of it. It is not generally a safe trail to travel alone or with children.

very dirty. feeling of being unsafe. evidence of homeless people living there and under bridges smell like urine.

This is a terrible horse back ride for many reasons. The trail is black top and there are so my homeless people living along this. Lots of trash and very dangerous.

This paved trail is riddled with hobo camps. It is a pretty creek side trail with various city parks along the way. Anywhere near Medford is not safe to travel alone on due to the hobos and dopers along the route and under the bridges

I'm not sure if you could really call this a hike. My son and I use it to walk from park to park for playing and Pokemon hunting. Some of it is pretty but it's in the middle of the city and so parts are also very ugly. It's more of a bike path really. We do use it regularly for exercise in between hikes though. It's convenient because it's so close.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

to many transients/ bums using it I didn't feel safe.

road biking
Saturday, October 01, 2016

great place to get mugged, raped or stalked. Lots of "outside people" camps along the path. littered, freeway noise and I believe a few years ago in Ashland someone was beheaded with a sword on the freeway continuation. no lie! I prefer spending my time on trails away from people. enjoy!

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Easy, mostly flat. Can take dogs and the greenway runs all the way from Ashland to Central Point. Lots of transients, don't walk it alone.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

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