The ADT continues on a paved trail through Hiawatha to the 52-mile-long Cedar Valley Nature Trail’s southernmost point, at the northern edge of that city. The Cedar Valley Nature Trail is one of our nation’s first rail-trail projects. This largely paved trail follows the Cedar River and is well-used by area residents, attracting many out-of-state trail users as well. The depots at Center Point and Gilbertville have been faithfully restored. The northern end of the Cedar Valley Nature Trail is across from Deerwood Park in Evansdale. The Cedar Prairie Trail, a newly developing trail, will begin here and take the ADT into Waterloo, where the Cedar Valley Lakes Trail and trails in George Wyth Memorial State Park become the route. The trail in this park is marked as the northernmost point of the ADT.