Atlanta, GA: Atlanta Chapter, March Chapter Hike

Mar 02, 2024 9:00AM—12:00PM


Atlanta, GA (Eastern Time)

Cost Free (except parking)

Event Contact B.T. Harman | Email


Join us on Saturday, March 2, for a fun Atlanta city hike! New chapter members, B.T. & Brett Harman, will be guiding us. And they are both retired Atlanta history tour guides, so you know it will be fun!

This will be a 2.5-3 hour trek on mostly flat terrain. We will begin walking on the Atlanta Beltline but then move through some of Atlanta’s most historic & interesting neighborhoods. We’ll see…

— Inman Park – Built in the late 1800s, Atlanta’s first suburb is filled with stunning Victorian homes
— Cabbagetown – Late 19th century mill village anchored by the historic Fulton Cotton Mill
— Freedom Path Trail
— The Carter Center
— Lots of fabulous street art!

After our hike, we will enjoy a communal meal of Spanish Tapas at Buena Vida, located on the Beltline.

Here are all the details…

WHAT: March group hike along the Atlanta Beltline
WHEN: Saturday, March 2, 9:00am
WHO: All are invited!
DISTANCE OF HIKE: 5.5 – 6 miles
FOOTPATHS: 90% paved, 10% wooded
WHERE: 385 N Angier Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 (this will take you to the closest parking deck)
PARKING: $6-$10 (Drive all the way down Angier Ave. til you see green Buena Vida sign on your left. Drive a little further and you’ll see the parking deck, also on your left). NOTE: If you stay for lunch, the restaurant will validate your parking which will reduce your cost to $6.
MEETING POINT: In front of Buena Vida (big green sign)
LUNCH: 11:45 at Buena Vida

Let us know you’re coming by RSVPing at our Facebook page.

See you there!