The PATH Foundation has been building a network of off-road trails in and around Atlanta for walkers, runners, cyclists and skaters for more than 22 years. This system of scenic greenways preserve our region's forested character and offer opportunities for families to enjoy nature together.
Walking and Biking Near E. Trinity Place and E. Howard Avenue June 17, 2016 Crossing E. Trinity Place is temporarily restricted near E. Howard Avenue due to sidewalk improvements at the 245 E. Trinity Place “Arlo” construction site. As many of you know, access across E. Trinity Place from the PATH trail HAS been maintained…Read More
Clair Muller was the Atlanta City Council representative, George Bush was President, and PATH was working long hours to finish the Silver Comet Trail when plans were completed for the trail along Northside Drive in Buckhead. After years of delays unrelated to the trail, the PATH project between Bitsy Grant Tennis Center and Peachtree Creek…Read More
There are now seven contiguous miles of the Spanish Moss trail in Beaufort, South Carolina open for business! In January, PATH crews completed a 1.6 mile segment between the freight depot at Depot Road and Broad River Road north of Smalls Parkway. This latest phase was funded by a Transportation Enhancement allocation from the South…Read More
PATH Foundation is a private non-profit organization that needs your financial support. Your tax-deductible contributions enable us to keep building new trails and maintain existing ones. Support the PATH Foundation's important efforts to create a comprehensive, connected system of greenway trails.