Haw River Trail

The Haw River Trail is a 70-mile (110 km) long multi-use trail being built through the North Carolina Piedmont. The trail follows the path of the Haw River from Haw River State Park on the Rockingham/Guilford County line to Jordan Lake State Recreation Area.

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... The Haw River Trail attempts to combine recreation and conservation goals into one effort ... The Haw River Trail Partnership promotes the idea that the Haw River Trail boosts conservation efforts by increasing public awareness for the river and ... Simultaneously, the conservation work on the Haw River provides a protected landscape for the Haw River Trail ...
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