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Chattahoochee Riverwalk

15 mi
State: GA
Asphalt, Concrete

Columbus Fall Line Trace

11 mi
State: GA
Asphalt, Concrete

Follow Me Trail

2.6 mi
State: GA
Asphalt

MLK Trail

1.9 mi
State: GA
Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Chattahoochee Riverwalk in Columbus, skirts the banks of the Chattahoochee River, which follows the border between Georgia and Alabama. The meandering and hilly paved pathway links the quaint...
GA 15 mi Asphalt, Concrete
On Alabama's eastern border, nestled amid gentle hills that overlook the mighty Chattahoochee River, is a cluster of four small textile mill towns—Shawmut, Langdale, Fairfax, and Riverview—all on the...
AL 7 mi Asphalt
The Columbus Fall Line Trace trail runs between the 14th Street pedestrian bridge in Uptown and Psalmond Road Recreation Center in Midland. It follows the former right-of-way of the Norfolk Southern...
GA 11 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Follow Me Trail is a 2.6 mile rail-trail in Columbus Georgia. The trail occupies a former Fort Benning Railroad right-of-way and current electric utility corridor, providing a mostly flat, paved...
GA 2.6 mi Asphalt
The MLK Trail parallels its namesake boulevard for over a mile-and-a-half. The trail's character is a combination of suburban and industrial. The two-lane trail connects residents of the adjacent...
GA 1.9 mi Concrete
The Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail carries both the name of the famous racehorse and that of the diesel passenger train that once traveled through Pine Mountain between Columbia and...
GA 4.5 mi Asphalt

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Trails by activity

MLK Trail

GA - 1.9 miles

The MLK Trail parallels its namesake boulevard for over a mile-and-a-half. The trail's character is a combination of suburban and industrial. The two-lane trail connects residents of the adjacent...

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

GA - 4.5 miles

The Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail carries both the name of the famous racehorse and that of the diesel passenger train that once traveled through Pine Mountain between Columbia and...

Follow Me Trail

GA - 2.6 miles

The Follow Me Trail is a 2.6 mile rail-trail in Columbus Georgia. The trail occupies a former Fort Benning Railroad right-of-way and current electric utility corridor, providing a mostly flat, paved...

Chattahoochee Riverwalk

GA - 15 miles

The Chattahoochee Riverwalk in Columbus, skirts the banks of the Chattahoochee River, which follows the border between Georgia and Alabama. The meandering and hilly paved pathway links the quaint...

Accordion

Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail

AL - 7 miles

On Alabama's eastern border, nestled amid gentle hills that overlook the mighty Chattahoochee River, is a cluster of four small textile mill towns—Shawmut, Langdale, Fairfax, and Riverview—all on the...

Columbus Fall Line Trace

GA - 11 miles

The Columbus Fall Line Trace trail runs between the 14th Street pedestrian bridge in Uptown and Psalmond Road Recreation Center in Midland. It follows the former right-of-way of the Norfolk Southern...

Columbus Fall Line Trace

GA - 11 miles

The Columbus Fall Line Trace trail runs between the 14th Street pedestrian bridge in Uptown and Psalmond Road Recreation Center in Midland. It follows the former right-of-way of the Norfolk Southern...

Follow Me Trail

GA - 2.6 miles

The Follow Me Trail is a 2.6 mile rail-trail in Columbus Georgia. The trail occupies a former Fort Benning Railroad right-of-way and current electric utility corridor, providing a mostly flat, paved...

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

GA - 4.5 miles

The Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail carries both the name of the famous racehorse and that of the diesel passenger train that once traveled through Pine Mountain between Columbia and...

MLK Trail

GA - 1.9 miles

The MLK Trail parallels its namesake boulevard for over a mile-and-a-half. The trail's character is a combination of suburban and industrial. The two-lane trail connects residents of the adjacent...

Accordion

Chattahoochee Riverwalk

GA - 15 miles

The Chattahoochee Riverwalk in Columbus, skirts the banks of the Chattahoochee River, which follows the border between Georgia and Alabama. The meandering and hilly paved pathway links the quaint...

Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail

AL - 7 miles

On Alabama's eastern border, nestled amid gentle hills that overlook the mighty Chattahoochee River, is a cluster of four small textile mill towns—Shawmut, Langdale, Fairfax, and Riverview—all on the...

Columbus Fall Line Trace

GA - 11 miles

The Columbus Fall Line Trace trail runs between the 14th Street pedestrian bridge in Uptown and Psalmond Road Recreation Center in Midland. It follows the former right-of-way of the Norfolk Southern...

Follow Me Trail

GA - 2.6 miles

The Follow Me Trail is a 2.6 mile rail-trail in Columbus Georgia. The trail occupies a former Fort Benning Railroad right-of-way and current electric utility corridor, providing a mostly flat, paved...

Chattahoochee Riverwalk

GA - 15 miles

The Chattahoochee Riverwalk in Columbus, skirts the banks of the Chattahoochee River, which follows the border between Georgia and Alabama. The meandering and hilly paved pathway links the quaint...

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

GA - 4.5 miles

The Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail carries both the name of the famous racehorse and that of the diesel passenger train that once traveled through Pine Mountain between Columbia and...

Accordion

MLK Trail

GA - 1.9 miles

The MLK Trail parallels its namesake boulevard for over a mile-and-a-half. The trail's character is a combination of suburban and industrial. The two-lane trail connects residents of the adjacent...

Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail

AL - 7 miles

On Alabama's eastern border, nestled amid gentle hills that overlook the mighty Chattahoochee River, is a cluster of four small textile mill towns—Shawmut, Langdale, Fairfax, and Riverview—all on the...

Recent Trail Reviews

Chattahoochee Riverwalk

Very scenic and well kept.

September, 2022 by cshoup_tl

Very scenic and well kept.

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

Very scenic

September, 2022 by jeanandbry

Nice woodland views as you cross the Pine Mountain ridge. The grade is not very steep. Hope it eventually is expanded to south Harris county.

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

It's longer now.

August, 2022 by mikeivie

Yesterday I rode the Man-O-War Railroad Recreation Trail. It's now 10 miles long, as it runs from a little north of Pine Mountain to Hamilton. There is parking on both ends and in the middle, at the Callaway Gardens Country Store. While it is flat in Pine Mountain and Hamilton, it climbs up or rolls down Pine Mountain most of the time. There are benches and trash cans, on the north end, and paved spots for more, in the future. I will ride this trail again soon.

Accordion

Chattahoochee Riverwalk

Outstanding Trail

June, 2022 by davidmsr

Chattahoochee River trail is one of the most scenic of the 30 Rail to Trails that we’ve ridden. Paved, smooth, relatively flat (a few inclines a trail goes up to parks or trailheads) We stared at the 14th Street pedestrian bridge that connects Georgia to Alabama crossing the Chattahoochee (rapids at this location) The trail goes under the bridge and you can go north or south from this location. Going north we had a detour, followed by trail closure for repaving. Going back south no issues. Many parks, benches and shade along the trail. Made a stop at the National Civil War Navel Museum, really great display of actual ships and recovered artifacts from Civil War. 15 miles of great views, smooth trails, and very few people on the trail, especially on southern end.

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

Trail update March 2022

March, 2022 by ewenlegg

Newly upgraded trail that is now 4.5 miles long. Beautiful scenic trail that is NOT flat. It is essentially a V shaped terrain. It starts with a 1.5 mile gradual slope southward followed by a 3 mile uphill slope. Slightly challenging uphills grade

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

Nice trail lots of possibilities

December, 2021 by lb33558

Just rode 5 miles! Lovely improvements made and a lot of opportunity!

Man O' War Railroad Recreation Trail

Not complete.

October, 2021 by djracer201

10/16/2021 The trail runs through the town and behind Callaway Gardens, but abruptly stops at a fence before the old railroad crossing over the highway. It looks complete, but wondering why it's still blocked off. The other side at the country store I believe snakes down to the rail alignment, but it's blocked as well. It's good till that point. The county has a website stating the whole trail fr town to country store is open.

Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail

Confusion

September, 2021 by vpdn5yq96s

This was hard to find and harder to find the start. No maps of the trail were posted where I parked (somewhere near 22nd). I was a bit sketched on leaving my car unattended as some rando in a pedo van was sitting there (left when I got out). Anyways, I made it 1.3 and had no clue where to go but back. Judging by the money spent on the city hall, I’m sure they could use some to pick the trash up along the trail. I wouldn’t recommend this trail without figuring the whole trail out.

Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail

A series of trails¿

September, 2021 by vpdn5yq96s

Took a while to figure this trail(s?). It seems that it’s broken in sections with no parking area really identified. The one I did find was a bit shifty (off 22nd st). Some rando in a pedo can was just sitting there. I couldn’t figure out why there’s trash all along the trail. Judging by the amount of money put into the trail and the city hall, you’d think it’d be clean. The section I did run was 1.3. Also, no trail map at the beginning or my end (it was an end point).

Columbus Fall Line Trace

Great Family Ride on the Dragonfly

July, 2021 by kz1906

This trail is also appropriately called the Dragonfly Trail.. Our ride started off a bit shaky as we were looking for clear markers of where the Columbus Fall Line Trace intersected with the Chattahoochee Riverwalk. After asking a few locals who kept mentioning he Dragonfly Trail, we finally realized that the Columbus Fall Line Trace and Dragonfly Trail are one in the same. From there we were able to locate the starting point near the Pedestrian Bridge on 14th street. The trail has convenient (green) path markings on the ground and addition signs on street lights/posts which includes mile markers. The trail was not very busy which made our ride much more enjoyable as we didn’t have to dodge people or pets.. It crossed several busy streets at the beginning however each crossing had pedestrian light buttons and clear marking on the ground. Once we got past the downtown area around 6th street and Piedmont Hospital the trail was more quiet and wooded. There is another busy section around Columbus State University but again the street lights are very helpful. The rest of the trail up to Flat Rock Park was a great and peaceful ride. We didn’t go all the way to the end but will plan to include the last 2 miles on our next trip..

Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail

Nice Trail & Nice Ride

May, 2021 by stephenjohnson713

This was our first experience with this trail. I like that it's been newly paved. Not a huge amount of scenery on this trail but nice blend of small Alabama town and woods. I wish there was better signage. We got slightly confused with the 4-lane crossing because the trail just abruptly ends and you can't visibly see where it starts across the Hwy 29 4-lane. Mostly level trail. I was hoping the trail would take you down to the Chattahoochee River but it just abruptly stops once again. Would be nice if they could somehow incorporate the trail with the river. But overall, a nice ride and nice trail.

Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail

just okay

March, 2021 by megtramel

I guess I expected much more... The trail was a little confusing to follow and we wound up on a main road for half a mile. We found the correct place to cross on the way back and we’re able to avoid riding on the road other than crossing streets. There is one section going through a wooded area that was very nice.

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