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Discover: Biking

January 2, 2019

Three Rivers Greenway

Riverfront Park: 312 Laurel Street | West Columbia: 121 Alexander Street

Go for an easy ride along the Three Rivers Greenway. This stretch of lighted and paved trails runs parallel to the Saluda Broad, and Congaree Rivers, providing cyclists with a beautiful backdrop for their workout. This network of trails features multiple entry points and parking spots, making them very accessible.

Sesqui Mountain Bike Trail

9564 Two Notch Road

This popular trail is a short 3 miles from the center of Columbia, located in the heart of the Sesquicentennial State Park. The path loops through a luscious pine forest for a delightful 6.1 miles, making for a scenic ride that isn’t too challenging. The sandy floor allows for excellent drainage, which means a hard rain won’t prevent you from a good workout.

Harbison State Forest

5600 Broad River Road

The Harbison State Forest is home to more than 2,000 acres of protected forest. Nine trails wind throughout, coming together to create nearly 20 miles of track. Each path provides its own unique glimpse into this deciduous ecosystem, but they hold rain water well, so be careful after a storm!

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