Danielle Tracy

Atlanta

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  1. Johnson Ferry to Columns Drive - Paddling

    Atlanta

    A Chattahoochee River experience just north of Atlanta, OTP.

  2. Pigeon Hill Loop - Running

    Atlanta

    The Pigeon Hill Loop is a very strenuous and tricky run, and is recommended for more experienced trail runners only, due to steep inclines, drop offs and incredibly rocky terrain. This trail is part of the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, but is a good 5.4 trek from the visitor center. It is a great place to push your limits, providing a very formidable workout for those who are up for the challenge. Less experienced trail runners may want to walk the trail a few times before attempting to run it to avoid injury. Due to the dangerousness of this trail, use of the buddy system is highly advised.

  3. Georgia Tech's Tyler Brown Pi Mile - Running

    Atlanta

    This 3.14 mile loop around Atlanta's Georgia Tech campus is a very scenic and hilly run that offers a nice tour of the Georgia Tech campus and passes by all the school's athletic stadiums, Greek housing and the historic parts of campus. This is a great run in town, that many use to help prepare themselves for 5ks. Due to the hills, make sure to pace yourself, take it easy and enjoy the scenery!

  4. Sope Creek Mountain Biking

    Atlanta

    The trails at Sope Creek are situated alongside a tributary to the Chattahoochee River, and have a lot of history behind them. The trails here are all intermediate, and they connect to the ever popular Cochran Shoals trail system as well. Both provide views of creeks and the Chattahoochee River, offering some lovely vistas during your ride.

  5. Cedar Grove Loop

    Atlanta

    Very similar to the Rico Starr Loop, the Cedar Grove Loop is twice as long, offering more of the serene, picturesque country atmosphere. Due to the length, it's recommended for intermediate to advanced cyclists; however, if you're a novice and have some time to kill, this could be a great option for you as well! Be sure to pack a lot of water for this long haul. This is also a great opportunity to explore the quaint little community of Serenbe, which can easily become an all-day affair. Be sure to check out Peachtree Bikes while you're there!

  6. Rico Starr Loop

    Atlanta

    The Rico Starr Loop is a very scenic and peaceful option for those looking for a cycling route outside the perimeter, with very little traffic to dodge. This ride is great for novices and experienced cyclists alike, as it is mostly a flat ride. This is also a great opportunity to explore the quaint little community of Serenbe, which can easily become an all-day affair. Be sure to check out Peachtree Bikes while you're there!

  7. Morgan Falls Overlook Park

    Atlanta

    Morgan Falls Overlook Park has a little something for everyone: paddling, hiking, trail running, playgrounds, fishing and even swimming! Just outside the perimeter, this is a wonderful location for a relaxing paddle, a leisurely stroll or a day out with the family. This park is situated along the banks of the Chattahoochee River, providing beautiful views, whether you are on or off the water.