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The Carolina Thread Trail at the Anne Springs Close Greenway in York County, S.C. Photo: Ely Portillo
The Hector Henry Greenway in Concord. Photo: Nancy Pierce
The Ridgeline Trail at Crowders Mountain State Park is part of the Carolina Thread Trail, and connects to Kings Mountain State Park in South Carolina. Photo: Ely Portillo
Covered and swinging bridges at Richfield Park trailhead, in Stanly County, part of the Carolina Thread Trail. Photo: Nancy Pierce.
The Falcon Trail in Stanly County. Photo: Nancy Pierce.
The Buffalo Creek Preserve Trail, in Cabarrus County east of Concord, is a natural surface trail that takes visitors through restored oak-savanna, farmland and along Adams Creek. Photo: Nancy Pierce.
A 2.2-mile section of Carolina Thread Trail weaves through a 358-acre permanently conserved area that’s protected by Catawba Lands Conservancy (CLC) within the Girl Scouts’ Dale Earnhardt Environmental Leadership Campus at Oak Springs in Iredell County. The trail is called Girl Scouts, Hornets’ Nest Council Trail. Photo: Nancy Pierce.
Catawba Nation Greenway on the Catawba Reservation near Rock Hill, South Carolina. The trail is part of the Carolina Thread Trail and runs along the Catawba River, the historic homeland of the Catawba Indian Nation. Photo: Nancy Pierce
The bridge to Goat Island in Cramerton, with trails and greenways that are part of the Carolina Thread Trail system. Photo: Nancy Pierce.