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Definitely take this way if your biking or scootering or walking to Ponce or Krog markets. It was a really nice ride and views. There’s nice restaurants and breweries along the way. Recommend scooting!!
Another fantastic use of an old railroad track. Similar to the Silver Comet Trail, sans the trees, it's a fantastic walking path. You feel like walking through suburbs and country side, while walking through a city. One can walk/jog/skate/bike as much or as little as...More
This is a fun paved trail for walking or biking. It is expanding to eventually circle the city. We had our little dog with us and she loved seeing all of the people and other dogs. Be sure to stop at Ponce Market for lunch...More
We walked about a mile portion with our dog and really enjoyed the sights and accessibility this trail offered on our weekend getaway. There were many people out walking, biking and scooting and the only thing that i wished was that people on the bikes...More
We absolutely LOVED this part of The BeltLine in Atlanta! We’ve traveled to many wonderful cities and enjoyed areas with a similar concept as this and we were always sad that our city didn’t have a walking area with retail and restaurants and now we...More
A fantastically artistic route of free standing sculpture and art displays dotted along a pathway of attractive residential, ecclectic shops, eateries and bars with a scenic skyline backdrop.The historic Sears turned Ponce City Market is loaded with three stories of additional unique and delightul shopping...More
This is a beautiful trail. It was so clean. It had beautiful artwork. We loved looking at the piano for people to play as you walked on the trail. We were lucky enough to see someone playing the public piano. We also like seeing the...More
I would park in the residential neighborhood just to the east. You may need to walk a block or two to the Beltline. There are no public lots. As you say, commercial properties do not provide parking for the Beltline.