BeltLine Southwest Connector Trail

Atlanta BeltLine Westside Bike Tours

Date: Sunday’s
Time: 1:45pm to 5:00pm
Location: Meet at the Wren’s Nest, 1050 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd, SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

Details: The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Atlanta Bicycle Coalition offer free, guided bike tours of the Atlanta BeltLine on Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. Enjoy the ride while you learn about the Atlanta BeltLine concept, history, and updates on project planning, implementation and development.

These tours will include rest stops highlighting assets and points of interest along the Atlanta BeltLine. Staff with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition will lead the rides, and each group will have a ride sweep to help with any unexpected mechanical difficulties.

Riders should bring a multi-geared bicycle in good working condition, wear comfortable clothing, wear a helmet, and bring a water bottle. Plan to arrive 30 minutes early; availability is limited.

Route Map:

Brief Rest Stops:

  • Gordon White Park
  • Brown Middle School/Rose Circle Park
  • Lionel Hampton greenspace

We book Atlanta BeltLine Bike Tours one month at a time. The reservation system opens at 9:00 a.m. on the 25th of each month for the following month’s tour dates.

Source: Atlanta BeltLine

BeltLine Southwest Connector Trail

BeltLine Southwest Connector Trail

On August 10, 2013 the official dedication ceremony for the Atlanta BeltLine Southwest Connector Trail took place.

The Southwest Connector Trail is just a few blocks west of the Westview neighborhood and features beautiful meandering walking paths along Utoy creek amidst tree canopy. The trail, which is most conveniently accessed by Westview residents via the dead ends at Westwood Avenue or Rogers Avenue, connects to the Lionel Hampton Trail.

To view photos of the dedication ceremony please visit the Atlanta BeltLine website: