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Huckleberry Trail
Bike rider on Huckleberry TrailThe Huckleberry Trail is an eight-mile-long, paved path that connects Christiansburg with the neighboring town of Blacksburg. The trail offers unique views of the region as it passes over railroad tracks, through wooded areas and fields, and alongside residential neighborhoods. Many residents who choose to bike to work use the trail as their commuting route. 

The trail has several convenient access points in Christiansburg, including the Christiansburg Recreation Center and the New River Valley Mall. The trail crosses the road to Warm Hearth Village, as well as Hightop and Merrimac roads. Parking is available at both ends of the trail, with additional parking available at the New River Valley mall and the Warm Hearth Village, Hightop and Merrimac crossings.

HuckTrailRunner.jpgPhase III of the Huckleberry Trail is currently in the
design process and will extend the trail in Christiansburg from the Food Lion on N. Franklin Street to Christiansburg High School on Independence Boulevard. The Blacksburg trailhead is located at the Blacksburg Public Library (200 Miller Street).  

There are benches along the trail for users who need to rest. 

Plans are in the works to further extend the trail into both Blacksburg and Christiansburg. 

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