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This trail starts right behind the Starbucks in the South Windermere shopping Center, and there is a bunch of parking around so no problems. They paved the first 3 miles so it can handle bikes and even roller blades. Easy , flat, and safe run...More
Miles of paved and unpaved way for walking, running or biking. From Croghan Landing Dr towards downtown it is paved. Going towards Main Rd it is gravel. Parking at the Main Rd end, as well as at Croghan Landing is available.
To start on the East end of the trail, navigate to Starbucks on Windermere. The trail is immediately behind Starbucks. There is an Earth Fare and Staples shopping center which is where we parked. The trail is about 8 miles. It is paved for the...More
A great way to get healthy with some hidden treasures. Go as far as you can or stop and head back home, either way you are breathing fresh air and moving!! If Starbucks is a motivation, there are two locations you can visit near the...More
This is a nicely shaded, smooth and well maintained trail that crosses some bridges and goes into a beautiful wooded area. There are several areas near marsh and water. This trail starts with about 2 or 3 miles of black pavement that goes through the...More
The trail is an old railroad line from Folly Rd that goes all the way to the foot of the bridge to Johns Island. It is great for biking, walking, and running. It is 10 miles one way, but if you wanted to see as...More
I have been on the West Ashley greenway a couple of times. While I like it as a place to get some exercise, it is a bit desolate in areas and the scenery is limited. I wish they could do more to enhance it.
This bike path is a little difficult to find, even for a local like myself, so be sure to consult a map of the area before attempting the ride. The most interesting thing to me about this path was the diversity of the scenery as...More