Carolina Thread Trails

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First Broad River Trail
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paved Surface Biking
Mountain Biking
Location Shelby (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Moderate
Length2.2 miles, One Way

The First Broad River Trail is a natural surface trail that follows the First Broad River. This 2.2-mile trail which runs under a historic wooden railroad trestle and over the First Broad River via a 120-foot-long suspension bridge.

Forney Creek Trail - Catawba Springs Preserve Segment
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Mountain Biking
Location Denver (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Moderate
Length1.3 miles, One Way

This 1.3-mile natural surface trail ties directly into the northern boundary of the Sally’s YMCA Trail segment, for a total of 2.4 miles in east Lincoln County, primarily along Forney Creek. The Catawba Springs Preserve property is conserved by the Catawba Lands Conservancy

Forney Creek Trail - Kathryn G. Clark Segment
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Mountain Biking
Location Denver (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length1.1 miles, Network

Forney Creek Trail- Kathryn G. Clark at Sally's YMCA is a natural surface trail that meanders approximately 1.1 miles along Forney Creek connecting north to the 1.3-mile Catawba Springs Preserve segment in eastern Lincoln County. The trail is located within 85 acres of land preserved by the Catawba Lands Conservancy.

Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve Trail
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Location Kershaw (SC)
Difficulty Moderate
Advanced
Length1.6 miles, One Way

Carolina Thread Trail crosses the Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve which is actually a 14-acre preserve with waterfalls, trails, wetlands and unique panorama views.

Gateway  Park Greenway
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paved Surface Biking
Location Conover (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length1.0 miles, One Way

The Gateway Trail connects the west side of Conover, NC into its downtown while crossing Interstate 40.

Girl Scouts, Hornets' Nest Council Trail
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Mountain Biking
Location Statesville (NC)
Difficulty Moderate
Length2.2 miles, One Way

This 2.2-mile natural surface trail weaves through a 358-acre preserve protected by Catawba Lands Conservancy. The trail also resides within the Girl Scouts’ Dale Earnhardt Environmental Leadership Campus at Oak Springs in Iredell County.

Goat Island Greenway
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paved Surface Biking
Location Cramerton (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length0.7 miles, One Way

The Goat Island Greenway is a paved surface trail that utilizes two pedestrian bridges that cross the South Fork River onto Goat Island Park.

Harold B. McEachern Greenway
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paved Surface Biking
Location Concord (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length0.8 miles, One Way

This section of Carolina Thread Trail is part of the 4-mile greenway loop in Concord. The paved greenway connects downtown Concord to Les Myers Park Greenway.

Hector H. Henry II Greenway - Moss Creek Segment
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paved Surface Biking
Location Concord (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length1.5 miles, One Way

This 1.5-mile paved greenway is part of the future 14-mile Hector H. Henry, II Greenway. The 14-mile trail will follow the banks of the Rocky River through the Town of Concord.

Hector H. Henry II Greenway - Weddington Road Segment
Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paved Surface Biking
Location Concord (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length1.3 miles, One Way

This 1.3-mile paved greenway is part of the future 14-mile Hector H. Henry II Greenway. The 14-mile trail will follow the banks of the Rocky River through the Town of Concord

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