National Trails Day

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In solidarity and to refocus efforts where they are needed most during this time, the American Hiking Society (AHS) has suspended the promotion of National Trails Day in 2020. For more information and specific volunteer events to help the cause, visit the American Hiking Society.

 

Explore New Greenways & Trails 

The Triangle has a growing network of over 300 miles of greenways, with over 80 of them in Cary alone!

The Cary Bike-N-Hike App is a great resource for exploring Cary's miles and miles of trails, greenways, bike routes, and  amenities. Cary's Greenways and BikeCary pages have complete lists of Cary Greenways, greenway loops, and sample trail routes of varying distances.

If you’re feeling energetic, check out the 44-Mile East Coast Greenway Cross-Triangle Ride route!  The East Coast Greenway is a network of trails and greenways connecting the entire east coast from Maine to Florida, and 40 miles of the greenway are right here in the Triangle! The route runs through Cary, Durham, and Raleigh, and makes for a great place to take a walk, hike, or bike ride of any size.  Plan your trip on the ECG today with the East Coast Greenway Mapping Tool!

Remember Greenway Etiquette!

White Oak Creek GreenwayWhen you’re out and about on Cary’s greenways and trails, remember the general etiquette and rules of the trail. Along with the six-foot recommendation for social distancing, ride and walk single file when you pass others in either direction. Cyclists must yield to pedestrians and when approaching others, provide a verbal “on your left” along with allowing extra space for passing.