Irwin Creek Greenway-C2;Wesley Heights Greenway-C1

Charlotte, North Carolina 28203

Distance1.6mi
Elevation Gain154ft
Trailhead Elevation656ft
Top667ft
Elevation Min/Max630/667ft
Elevation Start/End656/656ft

Irwin Creek Greenway-C2;Wesley Heights Greenway-C1

Irwin Creek Greenway-C2;Wesley Heights Greenway-C1 is a hiking trail in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is 1.6 miles long and begins at 656 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 154 feet.

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Five-Star Trails: Charlotte (Menasha Ridge Press)
Joshua Kinser
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"This trail is part of Charlotte’s impressive greenway system. To date, the Charlotte area has 14 greenways containing more than 30 miles of trails, making it one of the best greenway systems in the country. This route begins at Frazier Park in Charlotte’s Uptown city-center area. At Frazier Park, the trail passes basketball courts, a dog park, soccer field, tennis courts, and a playground before traveling through the historic Wesley Heights neighborhood and reaching Seversville Park for the turnaround point. Make sure to bring a basketball, soccer ball, or tennis balls and racquets if you’re interested in mixing these activities into your walk. One portion of the trail follows an old railroad bed and through a forested area of Uptown Charlotte. The proximity of the trail to Johnson & Wales University (renowned for its culinary programs) and the nearby restaurant and business plaza make the trail a popular excursion while visiting Charlotte’s city center."

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Trail Information

Charlotte
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Skating
Additional Use
Frazier Park
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