Nature trails in the triad

By Product Expert | Posted in For Fun, Local Events on Monday, July 17th, 2017 at 8:52 pm
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Hiking and biking trails in the Greensboro NC area?

The weather is nice, and it’s a great idea to enjoy some quality time with nature. Whether you prefer going by foot or by bike, we have a guide to hiking and biking trails in the Greensboro, NC area. No matter how many miles you want to go, or what your preferred mode of transportation is, we have some great solutions for you.


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The Bog Garden

Surface: Elevated Wood Boardwalk
Type: Hiking
Length: .75 Miles
Location: 1101 Hobbs Road, Greensboro
About: It may be a short walk, but it’s a beautiful one. The Bog Garden is a well-maintained slice of nature with a recirculating waterfall and plenty of wildlife. The garden is open year round and admission is free. Hours vary by season. It’s also a great park for kids!

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Lake Townsend Watershed Trails

Surface: Natural Surface
Type: Hiking
Length: 8.8 Miles
Location: Lake Townsend, Greensboro
About: Not only does this trail system contain four wonderful trails, but these trails also link up to other trails not on the map meaning you can really extend your hike farther. You also won’t have any bicyclists to deal with as bicycles are not allowed on the trails.

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Copperhead Trail

Surface: Natural Surface
Type: Biking
Length: 4.97 Miles
Location: Country Park, Greensboro
About: Mostly reserved for bikes of the mountain variety, the Copperhead Trail is a blast. With jumps, multiple routes, and amazing scenery, fun is certainly around every bend. Expert mountain bikers can even head to “The Zone” to show off their skills.

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Wild Turkey Mountain Bike Trail

Surface: Natural Surface
Type: Biking
Length: 4.20 Miles
Location: 1101 Hobbs Road Greensboro
About: Near the coast of Lake Brandt, the Wild Turkey Mountain Bike Trail features over 4 miles of trails with plenty of elevation changes, jumps, switchbacks, and berms. It’s no wonder that this is one of the most popular mountain bike trails in the area.

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Bicentennial Greenway

Surface: Asphalt/Gravel
Type: Biking/Hiking
Length: 14.5 Miles
Location: High Point and Greensboro Area
About: Stretching for over 14 miles, this beautiful trail is well maintained and runs from Greensboro through the better part of High Point. With plenty of woods and foliage, you can get out of the city without being that far from home.

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