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Claflin Walking Trails

Tradition Trail is the name nominated by USD 112  students and selected by Claflin Recreation Commission for the trail long used by Claflin walkers, runners, and teams for  training and recreation.



The rustic trail is 1.12 miles and  begins in front of the school at the southwest sidewalk, winds around the front of the school, past the tennis courts, north to the tree belt , then west to the gravel drive and follows the grassy path along the western tree line.   It then runs south through the tree belt to the grass and continues south behind the visitors’ bleachers, past the track storage unit and then to the raised knoll near the highway.  Turning east on top of the ridge, walkers then should go to the grassy walkway beside the fence.   Walkers turn north and continue to the Trail sign to complete the 1.12 mile loop. 




City Loop

Locally known as the "City Loop", Claflin's favorite walking path stretches a distance of two miles and winds through much of the city. 





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