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Discover PATH 400 #3 How does it connect to the Beltline, PCG and beyond?

The Basics:
Event Type:Urban Hike
Event Location: 2365 Adina Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30324 - use as landmark. Park on public street   Urban Hike: Discover PATH 400 #3 How does it connect to the Beltline, PCG and beyond?  National Weather Service Forecast
Date(s) & Time:Thu, Jul 7 2022  9:00 am >> Thu, Jul 7 2022 11:30 am
Registration Opens: Tue, Jul 5 2022 9:00 am
Registration Cut Off: Thu, Jul 7 2022 8:00 am
Event Duration:2 Hours 30 Minutes
Difficulty Rating:D1: Easy
Distance:4 Miles
Trip Leader(s):
Lauren R
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Member Cost:None

Participant Info:
Who's Invited: Members Only, 21 And Older Only
Maximum Group Size:12
Minimum Group Size:6
Number Registered So Far: 11 / 0 (To see who's signed up, log in to the Member Area)
Are Dogs Permitted: No


Please join me for my 3rd walk in the Discover PATH 400 series. Our starting point this time is near PATH 400's connection point with the South Fork Conservancy Trails, the Peachtree Creek Greenway, and the Beltline! I'll be pointing out present and future connection points (including a brief sneak peek at our next series, which will take us along the Peachtree Creek Greenway).

We will take the Confluence Trail to Armand Park. Then Armand Rd. to Lindbergh and the connection with the Cheshire Farm Trail to Cheshire Bridge Rd. After our sneak peek at where the Peachtree Creek Greenway will connect to Atlanta, we will head back on the Cheshire Farm Trail to the Meadow Loop trail and back to our starting point.
Our route will be on a mix of dirt and paved trails and roadway. Some parts of the dirt trail are more cleared than others; there is nothing technical nor intense, but there are a few spots of uneven footing. Beginners are welcome as long as they can keep an average pace of 23'/mi and handle unpaved terrain.
(FYI - the trails pass near some campsites, and we may see unhoused individuals and/or their belongings.)
We will do introductions at 8:45 AM and leave promptly by 9 AM.

Required Items to Bring:

Sturdy shoes

Sun hat 

Water bottle

Recommended Items to Bring:
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How to Get There:
Event Directions:

There is ample on-street free public parking along Adina Dr. Use  2365 Adina Dr NE, 30324  as a landmark only, do not park in apartment complex garages. 

I will be standing at the trail sign in the park in front of the creek, just where Adina turns sharply before continuing on. You can access Adina from Piedmont or Lindbergh. 


Note there are no restroom stop locations along the route.

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