Cattail Pond Trail is a 2.5 mile loop trail located near Dallas, Texas and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Trail was awesome and worth it, I wasn't aware it was difficult and brought small children and a stroller but we made it. Looking forward to this trail again soon
Good trail plenty of elevation changes but not sure I'd rate it a "Difficult".
Cedar Ridge Preserve is the best kept secret for hiking in the DFW area.
Pretty hike but found it to be extremely easy. No idea why it's rated hard. Cedar Brake was much more difficult and I think it's a moderate trail.
This trail is nice and relaxing and links you up to the 3 other trails the have a few more difficult spots.
nice trail with well marks.
Excellent trail. For a Dallas trail, this was pretty difficult. Bring water with you as you will need it.
Nice trail with some added hills and some bonus trails you can go on. Loved Cedar Ridge Preserve.
It was very cool, some parts are easy some others while your getting closer to the pond, it starts to get difficult and the last .2 miles are completely under the sun, no shadows at all. But it's worth it, when you reach the pond you can see all the turtles and fish swimming.