Because the railroad on which the trail was built has very little grade, this part of the trail is suitable for all ages and levels of physical activity.In spring, blossoming red bud trees turn the trail into a lavender wonderland.Please click on the link below to read some of the basic courtesy rules when visiting the Amish community.When visiting their community, please keep the following basic courtesy rules in mind: The above directory from Lead on Lamoni provides objective listings regarding the wide variety of to do in Lamoni, Iowa and the surrounding area, subjective or opinion-based lists, reviews, and blogs are very useful for several purposes.
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The west part of the trail begins at the high school and follows the railroad route to the north edge of town.
From there it curves across gentle hills and open fields creating an alluring appeal to bicyclists.