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Metro Atlanta is situated in the Appalachian Piedmont, featuring pine and hardwood-covered hills, rocks, and roots, all criss-crossed by water. Any trail built in this area may start out smooth, but it won't remain that way long. Water and wear bring out the natural features of the soil, making even beginner trails a bit of a challenge.
Wildlife abounds throughout all of the trail systems. Be prepared to stop for turkeys, turtles, deer, chipmunks, squirrels, coyotes, snakes, lizards, foxes, raccoon and opossums.
Food and Drink
Sope Creek: Heritage BBQ
Blankets Creek and Rope Mill: 7 Tequilas, Canyon Burgers, Pure, Taqueria Tsunami, Papa P's, Taste of Italy, Marco's Pizza, Sidelines Grille
Big Creek MTB Park: Mr. Taco, Pure, Lucky's
Chicopee Woods: El Sombrero, Eat at Thai
After the Run: Local Favorites
Get a beef gyro platter! Big portion will make you happy.
"Internationally influenced dishes like Jamaican plantains, supreme vegan nachos, and spicy pad thai with smoked tofu (plus pretty presentation) keep the awards coming for this happy spot."
Alon's Bakery & Market
Alon Balshan’s bakery is more than just bread. The Israeli born chef has created a destination for prepared foods, grab and go bites, carefully curated cheeses, fancy deserts & more. [Eater 38 Member]
Sunrise Hike on the Atlanta BeltLine:
Apr 28 - Atlanta Beltline - Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark
Come join an REI Outdoor School Instructor and other like-minded adventurers on a morning hike watching the sun rise over the Atlanta skyline. You will see Atlanta from a different perspective while learning a few tips to make hiking more comfortable. Details
How to Ride a Bike - One on One Instruction:
Apr 29 - Brook Run Park
Join us for a private one-on-one instruction session with an Outdoor School cycling instructor. We will provide customized instruction on beginning bike skills and how to ride a bike. Open to adults or kids aged 5 and up. Details