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ChrisN
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Alexandria, LA
Member since Oct 2014
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Tammany Trail (Mandeville to Covington) Bike Trail
Anyone ever done this? Advice? Tips? Where to stop and eat?


Dock Holiday
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re: Tammany Trail (Mandeville to Covington) Bike Trail
Nice ride, you'll have company. Not sure your skill level, but to Abita and back from the station in Mandeville in a day is doable. You can eat in Abita for luch, pick a place.


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Manchac Man
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re: Tammany Trail (Mandeville to Covington) Bike Trail
Nice ride. Get an Abita flight of beer on the way. Best to do it on a cloudy or cooler day this time of year if you can.


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ELLSSUU
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re: Tammany Trail (Mandeville to Covington) Bike Trail
Easy ride. BTW it isn't called Tammany Trace and they have a website that is helpful.

My favorite is the Mandeville Trailhead to Slidell trek. I usually stop at Bayou Lacombe bridge and sit on bench on a quiet morning.


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elprez00
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Hammond, LA
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re: Tammany Trail (Mandeville to Covington) Bike Trail
It's about 42 miles from Covington to Slidell round trip. Longest stretch without a stop is about 5 miles. Gets busy on the weekends especially when the weather is right.


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DownSouthDave
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re: Tammany Trail (Mandeville to Covington) Bike Trail
Start at abita. Ride to the mandeville for farmers market on Saturday. Eat on the lake. Ride back to abita, have beers at the Brew Pub.


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