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    Where to Find Local Walking Trails


    Trails in Greensboro
    Did you know that Greensboro has many trails and greenways that are available for you to use? Walking is the easiest and most convenient exercise that you can do. Click here for a list of trails in Greensboro.

    Do you like to walk by the water? Greensboro also has an extensive watershed trails system. For a map of watershed trails, please click here.


    Trails in High Point

    In High Point, the High Point Greenway is available for your walking pleasure. The greenway is 3.1 miles and connects Armstrong Park, High Point University, T. Wingate Andrews High School, and a residential area. The 10-ft. wide pavement winds through scenic natural areas, generally following the lay of the land, connecting parks and schools. There are pedestrian underpasses at the greenway's intersection with Centennial Street, College Drive, and the 311 Bypass. The greenway also connects to the Bicentennial Greenway. Click here for a map of the Bicentennial Greenway.


    If you have not exercised in some time, please check with your doctor before starting any physical activity.



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