Partners for Active Living's Get Active Spartanburg! Guide offers a great new way to experience the sights, sounds, and history of Spartanburg.
And now... it's available free, online!*
Whether walking or bicycling, you’ll discover Spartanburg’s local charm and a diversity of landscape and people that is often overlooked.
Each map is a guide showing routes that Partners for Active Living and other bicyclists and walkers in the community recommend. Map users are encouraged to explore new routes, new detours, and new destinations. The bicycle and footprint icons represent the route’s suggested starting point, showing where the directions begin, but any point along the route can be a starting point.
Route maps and guides are provided as PDF documents. Turn by turn directions are included with each route and safety tips are offered throughout.
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Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail - 1.9 miles total
Daniel's Downtown Delight - 2 miles total
Downtown Steeple Chase - 2.8 miles total.
Historic Hampton Heights Home Tour & Rail Trail - 1.45 miles total or 3.15 miles total
Converse College and Heights - 2.3 miles total
Other Favorite Places to Walk - Don't miss these great, local trails!
Tour de Schools - 18.9 miles total
Some high- to moderate-traffic roads and bicycle friendly urban roads
Textile Town Tour - 30.7 miles total
Few high-traffic roads and bicycle friendly rural roads
Neighborhood Tour - 6.3 miles total
All bicycle-friendly residential roads
Westside History Tour - 11.1 miles total
Some high- to moderate-traffic roads and bicycle friendly rural roads
Cedar Springs Loop - 10.8 miles total
Some high- to moderate-traffic roads and bicycle friendly residential roads
Downtown Loop - 9.8 miles total
All bicycle friendly residential and urban roads with one short section of moderate-traffic road
Duncan Park Loop-3 mile loop of road, with some paved trails
More routes located on the Bike Worx Website
Click here for more bicycling route options in Spartanburg County.
Please remember to Bike Smart! Click on the link to view bicycling safety tips.
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*Printed copies of the Get Active Spartanburg! Guide have sold out. Please enjoy these user-friendly, printable versions of the original guide, available only from Partners for Active Living