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Bicentennial Greenway: High Point Section

Easy/Intermediate

Trail

9.1 mile 14.6 kilometer point to point
Easy/Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 425' 130 m
Descent: -533' -163 m
High: 911' 278 m
Low: 762' 232 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 15% (8°)

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Mixed surface greenway from Southern Greensboro through Northern High Point; much of it runs next to the Deep River.

Adam Oldham

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Family Friendly Runs next to river and lake and ends near a nature preserve.

Description

This is the High Point portion of the Bicentennial Greenway. This should be completed to near downtown High Point in 2018. There is also a Greensboro portion that will be connected one day.

This trail is mostly flat following the Deep River. A portion of it has some smaller rolling hills and one difficult climb. Much of the the trail parallels the Piedmont Environmental Center and High Point City Lake. It also passes Gibson Park.

Though most of the trail is paved, there are portions where the pavement is rough and damaged from roots or very overgrown making it more like singletrack.

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Wildlife observation boardwalk at Gibson Park
Feb 12, 2016 near Jamestown, NC
Gibson Park Cabin
Feb 12, 2016 near Jamestown, NC

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