The 6.5-mile Paseo Trail features a 10-foot-wide concrete multi-use pathway on the eastern side of the Consolidated Canal in east Chandler. The western side of the canal is an unimproved dirt surface that can be used for horseback riding or bicycling. The Paseo Trail's first phase opened in 2001 and it has become very popular with walkers, joggers, stroller-pushers, bicyclists, and even horseback riders on the west side of the canal. Along the Paseo Trail and its intersections with several major roads, the City of Chandler installed a lighted signal, equipped with an activation button for pedestrians and a higher one for horseback riders to ease the crossing at Pecos Road between Cooper and McQueen Roads.
If you will be arriving by car, parking for the Paseo Trail system is located at two lots and restrooms are available:
Tibshraeny Family Park (270 N. Cottonwood - north of Chandler Blvd/east of Cooper Rd), at the northern trailhead.
Tumbleweed Park (2250 S. McQueen - south of Germann Rd/west of McQueen Rd), on the east side, via the Los Arboles park connection.