PATH crews are putting the final touches on the trail tunnel under Bouldercrest Road near I-285. The continuation of the South River Trail west of Bouldercrest will be constructed this fall. The tunnel was paid for with your generous donations to PATH. See the August 2012 PATH News for more details.
The Rockmart Civic Arts Commission invites artists, age 18 and up who live in towns along the Silver Comet or Chief Ladiga trails to submit a maximum of five (5) original drawings, paintings, photographs and three-dimensional works for Fall 2012 exhibition. Works need to be of the trail or landmarks near the trail for consideration. […]
A BIG thank you to the Atlanta Area Geocachers who cleaned up a section of the PATH trail this past weekend!! They recently became “Adopt a Trail” volunteers at the Candler Park section of the Stone Mountain Trail. To learn more about “Adopt a Trail” volunteer opportunities email the PATH office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PATH Foundation will host the second annual swim, bike, and run triPATHlon, on Sunday, May 6, 2012 at Chastain Park. Last year’s inaugural event had 350 tri-athletes swimming at the Chastain Pool, biking through Buckhead, and running on the PATH around North Fulton Golf Course. This year between 400 and 500 participants are expected […]
The Chief Ladiga Silver Comet Skate Challenge will be coming May 11 through May 13th. This EPIC Long Distance Stage Race will be 3 Days for 188 Miles. It will go through Atlanta-Rockmart-Weaver. This is NOT a prize money race….but the reward is great! The race starts and ends in Atlanta. There will be places […]
For the first-ever event of its kind, the Sk8 Challenge tested around 20 riders’ endurance as it stretched along the entire Silver Comet Trail in Georgia and Chief Ladiga Trail in Alabama for a three-day trip totaling 188 miles.
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Over 300 people competed in Sunday’s TriPATHlon held at Chastain Park. TriPATHlon is PATH’s first annual in-town triathlon event. Volunteers and participants started arriving at five in the morning. As the sun came up, participants organized in line around the Chastain Park Pool to begin the first portion of the triathlon.
Just about the same time the PATH staff decided to organize a grand opening of the South River Trail connection between Lyons Road and Panola Shoals, DeKalb County officials called to announce CEO Burrell Ellis wanted to stage a Bike and Hike somewhere on the trail system to celebrate a healthier DeKalb. The result was […]
Thank you to everyone who joined us for PATHRocks 2010. Check out the photo album on Facebook.