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Stone Mountain Trail

The Stone Mountain Trail in Georgia is a 19-mile greenway that offers an engaging mix of urban and natural landscapes. Starting in Decatur, the trail provides an accessible route for cyclists and pedestrians to Stone Mountain Park. The path includes both side path and on-road sections, threading through varied neighborhoods and communities.

In Clarkston, the trail transitions into a greenway, crossing over I-285 and leading towards Stone Mountain Village. This section can be busy, especially on weekends, making it a family-friendly destination. The trail then continues through several blocks of busy streets to reach the park.

Parking and access are available at several points, including The Dekalb Farmers Market, The Carter Center, The King Center, and various MARTA stations. The trail is generally flat with a few moderate climbs, suitable for all skill levels. It's an ideal route for casual cyclists and those looking for a scenic ride, with the option to stop at local eateries like Raging Burrito in Decatur.


The Perfect Ride

Please Note:

Disclaimer: The ride descriptions provided are for informational purposes only. Riders are advised to participate in any cycling activity at their own risk. Peachtree Bikes does not assume responsibility for any inaccuracies in the information provided. It is the responsibility of each rider to verify the current conditions and details of the routes. Always wear a helmet and appropriate safety gear. Ensure that you are adequately prepared in terms of fitness, skill level, and equipment for the chosen route. The difficulty levels of rides vary, and it is essential to match your skill level with the ride's difficulty to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Remember, your safety is your responsibility.