Cherokee Park “No Net” update
As part of an ongoing effort by KyMBA Louisville and Olmsted Conservancy to bring the Cherokee trail system up to a standard worthy of being the “Front Door” of a world class city wide urban trail system, we are happy to report our progress at the No Net trail.
We began our trail day with a short ceremony to install a trail adoption sign courtesy of Olmsted Conservancy and Metro Parks
After the ceremony we moved over to No Net to get down to work. It was a great day with a strong turn out huge thanks go out to our Volunteer crew:
Huge shout out to Matt Harris and his team with Bicycle Sport along with Steph Wallen and Rooibee Red Tea Offroad Racing . Bicycle Sport had 4 folks out to build trail with us and provided a tub of Rooibee Red Tea!
Here’s an example of the sweet hand cut singletrack the crew built
The results should be fantastic and in character with the features that have made No Net a remarkable trail at Cherokee. Here are few shots of the ongoing trail construction:
Thank you Steve Freeman, Jeff Wine, and Wayne Bachmann for the many hours invested so far and of course we want to thank the Olmsted Conservancy team and Metro Parks for the continued support.