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 25 years. This system of scenic greenways preserve our region's forested character and offer opportunities for families to enjoy nature together.
By the spring of 2019, walkers, cyclists, skaters and strollers can blaze a new trail. Called the East Point PATH Model Mile, the 10-foot-wide surface will begin at Sumner Park and connect to Main Street on its way to Harris Park and Tri-Cities High School. Its benefits include more pedestrian safety and better-looking streetscapes along…Read More
The Silver Comet Trail is now clear throughout Paulding and Polk Counties. After the snowfall in mid-December, the Silver Comet trail was impassible through parts of Paulding County and Polk County due to trees down and damage to the trail. The trail is completely open at this time, but cleanup of debris alongside the trail…Read More
PATH's 25th Anniversary Video
PATH celebrates 25 years of service to the community as well as another significant milestone—surpassing 250 miles of trail.
Watch this video to learn more about our 25th anniversary, or visit our history page to read more about how we got started and where we're going.
Riding the Greenbelt
Please enjoy this short video highlighting the beauty of the Carrolton Greenbelt.
CURIOUS ABOUT OUR NEWEST TRAILS?
Check out the views from PATH 400, S. Peachtree Creek Trail and the PATH Parkway Trail!
Enjoy the view from the PATH 400 trail as you stroll along the tree-lined path, past garden plantings and through the neighborhoods from Lenox Road to Wieuca. The PATH Foundation is partnering with Livable Buckhead and the Buckhead CID and GDOT to build a trail from the Atlanta BeltLine to I-285 and beyond. The first two segments are open between Lenox Road near Piedmont Road to Wieuca Road. Two additional segments are now under construction.
Follow along the South Peachtree Creek Trail as it meanders through Mason Mill Park as a boardwalk along the banks of the creek. It connects the ball fields and parking area at Medlock Park to the historic Decatur Waterworks and the Tennis Center at Mason Mill Park.
Take a stroll down PATH Parkway, a tree-lined walking and biking facility connecting West Midtown, Georgia Tech, and the Coca-Cola headquarters to Centennial Olympic Park. West Midtown residents, Georgia Tech students, and Coca-Cola employees walking, jogging, or traveling by bike now have a separated facility connecting them to downtown and other PATH trails. The design allows for a row of trees between the bikeway and walkway providing shade for most of the route.
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.