Beltline

Piedmont Park, Georgia

Distance1.4mi
Elevation Gain132ft
Trailhead Elevation886ft
Top886ft
Elevation Min/Max820/886ft
Elevation Start/End886/886ft

Beltline

Beltline is a hiking and biking trail in Atlanta, Georgia. It is within Piedmont Park. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 886 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 132 feet. There is bicycle parking, drinking water, restrooms, benches, and a fountain along the trail.

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Afoot and Afield Atlanta: 108 Spectacular Outings in North-Central Georgia (Wilderness Press)
Marcus Woolf
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"Eventually, the Eastside Interim Trail will be paved, but for now it remains a gravel-and-dirt path that’s perfect for walking and trail running. No doubt, this is an urban hike, as the trail runs beside Ansley Mall, a dog park, and a golf course. But the path follows an attractive corridor filled with creeks, trees, tall grasses, and even a surprising stand of rhododendrons. A little less than half a mile down the Eastside Trail you’ll encounter another surprise—a rustic 20-foot-tall metal cone that sits next to a chair, pointing toward the sky. In 1968, Atlanta resident Louise Taylor built the Listening Device using scrap materials and aimed it toward the heavens to see if she could listen for her companion, Mel Mann, a civil rights activist who was struck by a car and killed in 1967. By including the Listening Device, the Eastside Trail preserves a piece of Atlanta history as well as its natural environment." Read more

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Trail Information

Piedmont Park
Nearby City
Piedmont Park
Parks
Easy
Skill Level
Atlanta Beltline
Local Contacts
An Atlanta Beltline map is available online at beltline.org/explore/maps
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Dec 2018