After exiting Ga 400, riders take a hilly and curvy course paralleling the highway back north during the 6th Annual Georgia 400 Hospitality Highway Bike Ride, which starts off using Georgia 400 at Holcomb Bridge Road, goes 3.6 miles south along the forbidden highway, exits at Northridge Road then heads north for a series challenging rider-chosen 9, 27, 45, 62 or 101 mile routes.
Photo: Chris Hunt
Photo: Chris Hunt

Sandy Springs wants your help making the new citywide trail plan

A path to the betterment of Sandy Springs’ trail system includes a stop on June 19 at city hall.

At 6 p.m., the city is hosting an open house to get input from the public about the proposed trails.

Expanding the city’s trail system was a “recommended priority” in the parks and recreation master plan passed last year, according to the city website.

READ | Proposed trail would run along Ga. 400 from Atlanta to Sandy Springs

The city said it has about 950 acres of parkland, more than 20 parks and 22 miles of shoreline on the Chattahoochee River.

The open house is being hosted by the city, the Sandy Springs Conservancy non-profit and the Path Foundation at city hall, 1 Galambos Way.

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