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    • May 04, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
    • Inman Park MARTA Station, 1055 Dekalb Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30307
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    This is one of several new tours designed by ExploreATL Tours that focus on Historic Inman Park, Atlanta's first suburb. We also offer private tours for local residents and out of town visitors. 

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    Historic Inman Park Walking Tour
      This 5-mile (3.5-hour) walking tour is a fun and interesting way to get to know Atlanta's first suburb. The tour begins and ends at the Inman Park MARTA station. We stop for lunch at a wonderful spot called, Victory Sandwich Bar. The focus is on the history and homes of this stunning neighborhood. You will also get to see new developments such as the Atlanta Beltline, Krog Street Market, Studioplex and more.
      Itinerary
        Logistics
        • This tour begins and ends at Inman Park MARTA station
        • Please arrive at the meeting location no later than 0945
        • If you arrive early there is a wonderful coffee shop called Proof Bakery next to the Inman Park station
        • The itinerary and tour route may vary based on various factors including group size, weather, etc.
        • We typically go if it is drizzling; we cancel if it is raining or if the temperature is expected to stay below 50-degrees F.
        • Registration fees are non-refundable but you may self-cancel at anytime and apply 100% of your fee to a future tour
        • You should be physically fit and perfectly capable of walking 5 miles in moderately hilly terrain at a brisk pace. If you have any doubts about your physical condition please do not register for this tour.
        • The minimum age to participate is 12. Stroller-age children are welcome as long as they don't disrupt the tour.
        • Pets are welcome as long as they don't bother other guests, are on a leash and you clean up after them.
        • Cameras are fine but our tours may not be recorded by any means.
        • Please contact guest support if you have specific questions not answered above.

          Points of Interest Seen on this Tour

          • Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail
          • Atlanta Stoveworks (Krog Street Market)
          • Bass Junior High School
          • Beath-Dickey House
          • Callan Castle
          • CSX Hulsey Yard
          • Delta Park
          • Freedom Park
          • Freedom Park Trail
          • General Pipe & Foundry Co. (Parish)
          • Grinnell Building
          • Inman Park - Moreland Historic District
          • Inman Park Schoolhouse
          • Inman Park Transit Station
          • Inman Park United Methodist Church
          • Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
          • Joel Hurt Cottage
          • Joel Hurt House
          • Kriegshaber House (Wrecking Bar)
          • Krog Street Market
          • Krog Tunnel
          • Moreland Elementary School
          • Peach House
          • Pendleton Apartments
          • Springvale Park
          • The Blue Horse (Mead Paper)
          • The Gatsby Historic Condominium
          • Trolley Barn
          • Winship House (Sugar Magnolia B&B)
          • Woodruff House (Inman Park B&B)
          Historical Overview of Inman Park

          Inman Park was the first planned residential suburb developed in Atlanta. Its promoter, Joel Hurt, was one of the city's most important early builders. Improvements to the district, such as streets, a park, part of Atlanta's first electric streetcar line, landscaping and tree planting were well underway by the time the first lots were put up for auction in 1889, officially opening the development of the Inman Park suburb. Subsequently, more land was acquired and more lots subdivided by Joel Hurt's company, the East Atlanta Land Company, and Samuel Inman, the financier and cotton broker for whom the area was named. Inman Park was for some years occupied by many prominent Atlanta families who built typical late 19th-century Victorian homes on its picturesque landscaped streets. The founder of the Coca-Cola Company, Asa G. Candler, and his brother Warren A. Candler, a bishop in the Methodist Church and supporter of Emory University, both lived in the district. Among other important citizens of Atlanta who also lived in the neighborhood were Wilbur Fiske Glenn, an influential Methodist minister for whom Glenn Memorial Church on the Emory University campus is named; George King, founder of Atlanta's King Hardware; former Governors Allen Candler and Alfred W. Colquitt; Robert Winship, founder of Winship Machine Company; Ernest Woodruff, financier and officer of the Coca-Cola Company and his son Robert, who later assumed a prominent role in the Atlanta community.

          Found in this historic district are examples of Queen Anne architecture, Colonial Revival, and Shingle Style homes and bungalows. Some notable buildings include the Jacobean Revival home designed by Atlanta architect W. T. Downing, called the Ernest Woodruff House, built in 1902. At the intersection of Euclid and Elizabeth streets are the Joel Hurt House and the Asa G. Candler House. The Hurt House, a brick building also designed by Downing, has a landscape designed by the Olmsted Brothers, the sons and successors of Frederick L. Olmsted, and the home itself reflects aspects of the Prairie School style. The Candler House is a monumentally scaled, red brick home articulated by white wooden details including a two-story Ionic columned portico, arched windows and doors, and ornamental cornices. Distinctive landscape features also characterize Inman Park; in addition to the two triangles of open space at the intersection of Euclid and Edgewood avenues, known as the Triangle and the Delta, Springvale Park provides a large corridor of green space in the center of the area. Inman Park's landscape designer was James Forsyth Johnson.

          Inman Park underwent a slow decline for much of the 20th century until about 1970 when area residents founded the Inman Park Restoration, Inc. Inman Park is historically important because it provides an Atlanta example of the typical late 19th-century picturesque suburb conceived in a form similar to Frederick Law Olmsted's earlier influential Riverside outside of Chicago. Inman Park later influenced the growth of other Atlanta suburbs in the late 19th century.

          Inman Park lies near the eastern boundary of the city of Atlanta and is due east of the financial center called Five Points. The district is roughly bounded by Lake, Hurt and DeKalb aves. and Krog St. The houses in the district are private residences and are not open to the public.

          SOURCE: US National Park Service

          • May 05, 2018
          • 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM
          • Jimmy Carter Library, 441 Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
          • 6
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          This tour has been rescheduled due to rain. The new date is May 5.

          This is one of several tours designed by ExploreATL Tours that focus on the Battle of Atlanta, which took place on July 22, 1864. See also: Battle of ATL Walking Tour, EAST. We also offer private tours for local residents and out of town visitors.

          BATTLE OF ATLANTA WALKING TOUR: BATTLEFIELD WEST

          This walking tour, which covers the western sector of the battlefield, begins at Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center) and ends at Fort Walker (SE corner of Grant Park). The tour route is about six miles in length and takes about 4.5 hours to complete, which includes a 30-minute picnic lunch stop. See below for related tour routes...

          ITINERARY*
          • 0945, Please arrive at the Jimmy Carter Library by 0945

          • 1000, Tour Begins w/ 20-minute Battle Briefing

          • 1030, Stop 1: Gen Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center)

          • 1050, Stop 2: Degress Battery (Degress St)

          • 1100, Stop 3: Troup Hurt House (Degress St)

          • 1115, Stop 4: Railroad Cut / Widow Pope House (Inman Park MARTA station)

          • 1140, Stop 5: Manigault's Brigade (Springvale Park)

          • 1150, Picnic lunch in Springvale Park (please pack a lunch)

          • 1230, Stop 6: Confederate Line Stop (Delta Park)

          • 1300, Stop 7: Gen Hood's Post / Lion of Atlanta (Oakland Cemetery)

          • 1415, Stop 8: Ft Walker (Grant Park)

          • 1430, Tour Ends

          * Route and times subject to change based on group, weather, road conditions, etc.

          WHAT TO EXPECT

          Participating on this tour** is a powerful experience. On July 22, 1864 over 70,000 soldiers engaged in an 8-hour battle that began on the corner of Clay St and Memorial Dr in modern-day Kirkwood. The fighting spread westward and northward. The battlefront stretched from modern-day DeKalb Ave in Inman Park to Glenwood Ave in East Atlanta Village; essentially today's Moreland Ave.

          This event is known as the Battle of Atlanta. The battlefield encompassed what are now the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Inman Park and Reynoldstown. The eastern boundary of the city's inner fortifications ran through modern-day Grant Park.

          By the end of the day over 12,000 men had been killed or wounded. After the war, eye-witnesses reported that, by the end of that day, a river of blood was running down Leggett's Hill, which was located where the I-20 / Moreland Ave interchange is today.

          When you consider that this occurred where tens of thousands of Atlantans live, work, eat and play every day you begin to understand why this is such a powerful experience for those who participate. The reason many people don't know about this major battle is that the battlefield was not preserved like we see at Kennesaw and Gettysburgh. The battlefield for the Battle of Atlanta is now covered by a freeway (I-20), busy streets (DeKalb and Moreland Aves), a shopping center (Edgewood) and transit station (Inman Park-Reynoldstown).

          Just so you know, we do not advocate for either side of the Civil War, nor do we honor those who fought or what they fought for. Our purpose in offering these tours is simply to help those who are interested better understand what happened in this part of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.

          Our tour stops range from 5 - 15 minutes in duration and their purpose is to discuss and reflect on what happened at that location. The minimum age to participate is 15.

          GETTING THERE & BACK

          • The Inman Park MARTA station is about one mile from the starting location, which is the Carter Center.
          • The King Memorial MARTA station is about 1.5 miles from the ending location, which is Ft Walker in Grant Park

          ** The inspiration for this tour series was The Battle of Atlanta: History and Remembrance by Daniel A. Pollock


          • May 06, 2018
          • 10:00 AM
          • Kroger Glenwood Park
          • 6
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          Southside Trail BIKE Tour

          This tour has was rescheduled to May 6

          As you may have heard, the Atlanta Beltline and City of Atlanta have announced that they will be acquiring the 4-mile Southside Trail, which represents the "missing link" between the Eastside and Westside Trails. 

          This 18-mile (4-hour) bike tour is for those who would like to learn more about the neighborhoods that are located along the Southside Trail. This section of the Atlanta Beltline includes all of Subareas 2 & 3 and part of Subarea 4. Our focus will be on the built environment, history, trails, transit and parks. We will stop at and discuss the proposed access points, transit stops, transit connections and key (future) development nodes.  The tour begins at the Glenwood Kroger and ends at the Oakland City MARTA station. There is picnic lunch in DH Stanton Park and an optional get-together at the Monday Night Garage after the tour.

          • 0945, Meet at Kroger Fuel Center Glenwood Park
          • 1000, Tour begins
          • 11:30, Picnic lunch at DH Stanton Park (Peoplestown)
          • 2:00, Optional get-together at Monday Night Garage
          Read guest commends from our last tour of this area

          * The Monday Night Garage, which is located in the Lee + White Food & Beverage District is just outside of Subarea 2 (it's in Subarea 1 at the south end of the new Westside Trail) but its strategic location is critically important to the future of the Southside Trail. 

          SUBAREAS & NEIGHBORHOODS

          Subarea 2 includes the neighborhoods of Adair Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Chosewood Park, High Point Estates, Oakland City, Mechanicsville, Peoplestown, Pittsburgh, Sylvan Hills, and The Villages at Carver. Highlights iunclude D.H. Stanton Park, Carver High School, easy access to Turner Field and a prime location on Atlanta’s Downtown Connector.

          Subarea 3 includes the neighborhoods are of Beulah Heights, Boulevard Heights, Chosewood Park, Englewood Manor, Grant Park, and Ormewood Park. Highlights of Subarea 3 include Boulevard Crossing Park, Grant Park (and its associated restaurant area), Zoo Atlanta and stately Victorian homes.

          The portion of Subarea 4 that we will explore on this tour includes the neighborhoods of Glenwood Park, Grant Park and Ormewood Park. 

          YOUR TOUR GUIDE

          Steve Saenz is the founder of Urban Explorers of Atlanta & ExploreATL Tours. Since 2014, he has led over 200 tours throughout the City of Atlanta.

          YOU SHOULD GO ON THIS TOUR IF...

          • You enjoy exploring urban environments with an experienced tour guide
          • You would like to learn about Atlanta's Historic Belt Lines
          • You would like to know about the timing of the key elements of the Atlanta Beltline project including trail, transit and green space design and development
          • You would like to see where the proposed transit stops and access points will be in the future
          • You are interested in getting a better feel for the type of development that is (will be) occurring in these areas

          PRIVATE TOURS AVAILABLE

          If you would like to schedule a private tour for your group, please contact member support for pricing and scheduling. Thank you.

          Urban Explorers of Atlanta is not affiliated with the Atlanta Beltline, Inc. or the Atlanta Beltline Partnership. We are an independent tour company that has been leading bike, bus and walking tours throughout Atlanta since 2014. We are huge supporters of the Beltline project and highly recommend the excellent tours offered by the Atlanta Beltline and its partner organizations. We also encourage everyone to support the Atlanta Beltline by volunteering and/or becoming a member.

          • July 08, 2018
          • 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM
          • Jimmy Carter Library, 441 Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
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          BATTLE OF ATLANTA WALKING TOUR: BATTLEFIELD WEST

          This walking tour, which covers the western sector of the battlefield, begins at Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center) and ends at Fort Walker (SE corner of Grant Park). The tour route is about six miles in length and takes about 4.5 hours to complete, which includes a 30-minute picnic lunch stop. See below for related tour routes...

          ITINERARY*
          • 0945, Please arrive at the Jimmy Carter Library by 0945

          • 1000, Tour Begins w/ 20-minute Battle Briefing

          • 1030, Stop 1: Gen Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center)

          • 1050, Stop 2: Degress Battery (Degress St)

          • 1100, Stop 3: Troup Hurt House (Degress St)

          • 1115, Stop 4: Railroad Cut / Widow Pope House (Inman Park MARTA station)

          • 1140, Stop 5: Manigault's Brigade (Springvale Park)

          • 1150, Picnic lunch in Springvale Park (please pack a lunch)

          • 1230, Stop 6: Confederate Line Stop (Delta Park)

          • 1300, Stop 7: Gen Hood's Post / Lion of Atlanta (Oakland Cemetery)

          • 1415, Stop 8: Ft Walker (Grant Park)

          • 1430, Tour Ends

          * Route and times subject to change based on group, weather, road conditions, etc.

          WHAT TO EXPECT

          Participating on this tour** is a powerful experience. On July 22, 1864 over 70,000 soldiers engaged in an 8-hour battle that began on the corner of Clay St and Memorial Dr in modern-day Kirkwood. The fighting spread westward and northward. The battlefront stretched from modern-day DeKalb Ave in Inman Park to Glenwood Ave in East Atlanta Village; essentially today's Moreland Ave.

          This event is known as the Battle of Atlanta. The battlefield encompassed what are now the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Inman Park and Reynoldstown. The eastern boundary of the city's inner fortifications ran through modern-day Grant Park.

          By the end of the day over 12,000 men had been killed or wounded. After the war, eye-witnesses reported that, by the end of that day, a river of blood was running down Leggett's Hill, which was located where the I-20 / Moreland Ave interchange is today.

          When you consider that this occurred where tens of thousands of Atlantans live, work, eat and play every day you begin to understand why this is such a powerful experience for those who participate. The reason many people don't know about this major battle is that the battlefield was not preserved like we see at Kennesaw and Gettysburgh. The battlefield for the Battle of Atlanta is now covered by a freeway (I-20), busy streets (DeKalb and Moreland Aves), a shopping center (Edgewood) and transit station (Inman Park-Reynoldstown).

          Just so you know, we do not advocate for either side of the Civil War, nor do we honor those who fought or what they fought for. Our purpose in offering these tours is simply to help those who are interested better understand what happened in this part of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.

          Our tour stops range from 5 - 15 minutes in duration and their purpose is to discuss and reflect on what happened at that location. The minimum age to participate is 15.

          GETTING THERE & BACK

          • The Inman Park MARTA station is about one mile from the starting location, which is the Carter Center.
          • The King Memorial MARTA station is about 1.5 miles from the ending location, which is Ft Walker in Grant Park

          ** The inspiration for this tour series was The Battle of Atlanta: History and Remembrance by Daniel A. Pollock


          • July 22, 2018
          • 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM
          • Glenwood Triangle (Glenwood Ave & Wilkerson Dr)
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          BATTLE OF ATLANTA WALKING TOUR: BATTLEFIELD EAST

          NOTE: July 22 is the anniversary of the Battle of Atlanta. On this tour, we will be retracing the steps of the troops almost at the exact hour at which they happened.

          This walking tour, which covers the eastern sector of the battlefield, begins at the Walker Monument (Glenwood Triangle) and ends at Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center). The tour route is about six miles in length and takes about 4.5 hours to complete, which includes a 45-minute lunch stop in EAV. See below for other tour routes...

          We also offer private tours

          ITINERARY*
          • 945, Please arrive at Walker Monument by 0945
          • 1000, Stop 1: Walker Monument (Glenwood Triangle)
          • 1015, 20-min Battle Briefing at DeKalb Memorial Park
          • 1045, Stop 2: Battle Began Here (Clay St @ Memorial Dr)
          • 1100, Stop 3: Unexpected Clash (Alonso Crim HS)
          • 1115, Stop 4: McPherson Monument (East Atlanta)
          • 1130, Lunch Stop: Argosy in EAV [45 mins]
          • NOTE: Stops 6-11 on this tour are also covered on our Battle of ATL Walking Tour, WEST so, if you have taken that tour already you are welcome to leave the tour after lunch; it's totally up to you
          • 1230, Stop 5: Legget's Hill (I-20 @ Moreland Ave)
          • 1300, Stop 6: Confederate Line Stop (Delta Park)
          • 1315, Stop 7: Manigault's Brigade (Springvale Park)
          • 1345, Stop 8: Railroad Cut / Widow Pope House (Inman Park MARTA station)
          • 1400, Stop 9: Troup Hurt House (Degress St)
          • 14:10, Stop 10: Degress Battery (Degress St)
          • 14:30, Stop 11: Gen Sherman's Headquarters (Carter Center)
          • 14:30, Tour Ends

          * Route and times subject to change based on group, weather, road conditions, etc.

            WHAT TO EXPECT

            Participating on this tour** is a powerful experience. On July 22, 1864 over 70,000 soldiers engaged in an 8-hour battle that began on the corner of Clay St and Memorial Dr in modern-day Kirkwood. The fighting spread westward and northward. The battlefront stretched from modern-day DeKalb Ave in Inman Park to Glenwood Ave in East Atlanta Village; essentially today's Moreland Ave.

            This event is known as the Battle of Atlanta. The battlefield encompassed what are now the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Edgewood, Kirkwood, Inman Park and Reynoldstown. The eastern boundary of the city's inner fortifications ran through modern-day Grant Park.

            By the end of the day over 12,000 men had been killed or wounded. After the war, eye-witnesses reported that, by the end of that day, a river of blood was running down Leggett's Hill, which was located where the I-20 / Moreland Ave interchange is today.

            When you consider that this occurred where tens of thousands of Atlantans live, work, eat and play every day you begin to understand why this is such a powerful experience for those who participate. The reason many people don't know about this major battle is that the battlefield was not preserved like we see at Kennesaw and Gettysburgh. The battlefield for the Battle of Atlanta is now covered by a freeway (I-20), busy streets (DeKalb and Moreland Aves), a shopping center (Edgewood) and transit station (Inman Park-Reynoldstown).

            Just so you know, we do not advocate for either side of the Civil War, nor do we honor those who fought or what they fought for. Our purpose in offering these tours is simply to help those who are interested better understand what happened in this part of Atlanta on July 22, 1864.

            Our tour stops range from 5 - 15 minutes in duration and their purpose is to discuss and reflect on what happened at that location. The minimum age to participate is 15.

            GETTING THERE

            • The Walker Monument is about 2.5 miles from the Edgewood-Candler Park and East Lake MARTA stations
            • The Carter Center is about one mile from the Inman Park MARTA station
            • If you are driving, you might consider parking you car at the ending location and taking Uber or car-pooling with another guest to the starting location.

            ** The inspiration for this tour series was The Battle of Atlanta: History and Remembrance by Daniel A. Pollock


            • November 07, 2018
            • 10:30 AM
            • TBD
            Register


            ABOUT THE OLMSTED LINEAR PARK

            In 1890 Atlanta businessman Joel Hurt engaged Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., to prepare a plan for developing the area now known as Druid Hills. Olmsted was recognized as the nation’s preeminent designer of parks and public open spaces. His work included Central Park in New York City, Prospect Park in Brooklyn, the Emerald Necklace of Boston, the Biltmore Estate in Asheville and the nation’s Capitol Grounds. The Olmsted firm submitted a preliminary plan to Hurt in 1893 in which the six-segment Linear Park was first laid out. The firm completed the final plan in 1905, two years after the death of Olmsted, and remained involved with the work until 1908, when the property was acquired by the Druid Hills Corporation. The area was then developed and the Park completed under the leadership of Coca-Cola magnate Asa G. Candler. The design of Druid Hills soon became the standard by which other Atlanta developments were measured. The curving stretches of its landmark greenspace have delighted generations of area residents and the thousands of persons who come and go along Ponce de Leon Avenue every day.

            History of the Park

            The area known as Druid Hills was developed by Atlantan Joel Hurt of the Kirkwood Land Company. In 1890 Hurt persuaded Frederick Law Olmsted Sr., who was then working at Biltmore Estate, to travel south to see the 1,500-acre tract he had purchased. Olmsted subsequently agreed to prepare a plan for a residential suburb.

            Olmsted submitted a preliminary plan to Hurt in 1893 in which the linear park was first laid out. The firm produced a final plan in 1905, two years after the death of its founder. Olmsted’s sons remained involved with the project until 1908, when the property was acquired by the Druid Hills Corporation. This group of investors, which included Coca-Cola magnate Asa G. Candler, completed development of the suburb and park.

            Though the original park design remained intact, plants and installations inconsistent with Olmsted’s aesthetic were added over the years. Poor maintenance and the effects of erosion also contributed to a decline. In the 1980s, the park was threatened by a proposed freeway, though community opposition eventually blocked its construction. To rehabilitate the park, a coalition was formed that included the Olmsted Parks Society, Druid Hills Civic Association, Park Pride, the city of Atlanta, DeKalb County and Fernbank. Representatives drafted a master plan for restoration, aided by specialists in Olmstedian preservation. The Olmsted Linear Park Alliance was created in 1997 to implement the plan.


          Past Events

          April 14, 2018 Historic Inman Park Walking Tour
          April 13, 2018 Historic Inman Park Walking Tour
          April 01, 2018 Reynoldstown + Edgewood + Kirkwood Walking Tour
          March 31, 2018 Battle of ATL Walking Tour, EAST
          March 30, 2018 Last Day to Join
          March 24, 2018 Cyclorama, Behind-the-Scenes Tour
          March 23, 2018 Historic Inman Park Walking Tour
          March 16, 2018 Cyclorama, Behind-the-Scenes Tour
          March 10, 2018 West ATL / Proctor Creek Driving Tour
          March 09, 2018 Hardee's Night March Bike Ride [RECON]
          March 04, 2018 Grant Park + Peoplestown + Summerhill Bike Tour
          March 03, 2018 Glenwood Park + Grant Park + Ormewood Park + EAV Walking Tour
          February 18, 2018 Grant Park + Peoplestown + Summerhill Walking Tour & Picnic
          February 17, 2018 Southside Trail Driving Tour
          February 03, 2018 Downtown Atlanta Bike Tour
          January 27, 2018 State Capitol to Krog Street Walking Tour
          January 20, 2018 Downtown Atlanta Walking Tour
          January 20, 2018 Mercedes Benz Stadium Private Tour
          January 06, 2018 TOUR: West ATL / Proctor Creek
          January 01, 2018 TOUR: Terminus Trek
          December 23, 2017 Sub-Area 10 Bike Tour
          December 09, 2017 Walk & Talk: Proctor Creek Trail w/ Stephanie Stuckey
          December 05, 2017 PATH Parkway Grand Opening + Lunch & Ride
          December 03, 2017 Sub-Area 9 Bike Tour
          November 26, 2017 Sub-Area 8 Bike Tour
          November 24, 2017 Gratitude Picnic + Nature Hike
          November 19, 2017 Southside + Westside Neighborhood Tour
          November 12, 2017 Sub-Area 7 Bike Tour
          November 11, 2017 Veteran's Day Walk on Freedom Park Trail
          November 05, 2017 Sunset Rendezvous & Full Moon Walk Eastside Trail
          November 05, 2017 Sub-Area 6 Bike Tour
          October 26, 2017 Olmsted Sunset Tour & Moonlight Hike
          October 26, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 8
          October 24, 2017 Freedom Park Sunset Tour
          October 22, 2017 Sub-Area 5 Bike Tour
          October 21, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (PM)
          October 21, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (AM)
          October 15, 2017 Sub-Area 4 Bike Tour
          October 14, 2017 Sub-Area 3 Bike Tour
          October 12, 2017 Freedom Park Sunset Tour
          October 10, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 6
          October 10, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 4
          October 07, 2017 Walk & Talk: Proctor Creek Greenway w/ Stephanie Stuckey
          October 05, 2017 Freedom Park Sunset Tour: Route 5
          October 05, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 3
          October 04, 2017 Sunset Pizza Tour
          October 03, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 2
          October 03, 2017 Freedom Park Tour: Route 1
          October 01, 2017 Sub-Area 2 Bike Tour
          September 30, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (PM)
          September 30, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Picnic (AM)
          September 29, 2017 UXATL Joins Celebration of Westside Trail Opening
          September 27, 2017 Walk & Talk w/ Ryan Gravel
          September 24, 2017 Sub-Area 1 Bike Tour
          September 23, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour + Monday Night Garage Grand Opening
          September 17, 2017 Sub-area 10 Walking Tour
          September 09, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
          September 03, 2017 Sub-Area 9: Huff Rd to Bankhead
          September 02, 2017 Dragon Con Parade
          August 27, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
          August 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse Field Trip to Tiger Mountain
          August 20, 2017 Sub-Area 8: Northside Dr to Marietta St
          August 17, 2017 Proctor Creek Greenway Groundbreaking
          August 12, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
          August 06, 2017 Sub-Area 7: Lindbergh to Tanyard Creek
          August 05, 2017 South Downtown / Underground Atlanta Walking Tour
          July 30, 2017 Olmsted Parks Bike Tour: Vine City to Decatur
          July 29, 2017 Sub-area 10: Bankhead to West End
          July 23, 2017 Sub-Area 6: PCM to Ansley Park
          July 22, 2017 Battle of ATL Bike Tour
          July 16, 2017 Experience the Westside Trail
          July 15, 2017 Big Creek Greenway Bike & Brewery Tour
          July 13, 2017 Beltline PIZZA Sunset Tour
          July 09, 2017 Sub-Area 5: Inman Park to PCM
          July 08, 2017 Sub-Area 9: Huff Rd to Bankhead
          July 06, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Sunset Tour
          July 06, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Lunch Tour
          July 04, 2017 Freedom Park Bike & Hike (Walk)
          July 01, 2017 Proctor Creek + Westside Reservoir Park Bike Tour
          June 29, 2017 Beltline PIZZA Sunset Tour
          June 29, 2017 Beltline PIZZA Lunch Tour
          June 25, 2017 Sub-Area 4: Glenwood Park to Krog St Market
          June 24, 2017 Sub-Area 8: Northside Dr to Marietta St
          June 21, 2017 Summer Solstice Sunset Roll & Stroll
          June 18, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
          June 17, 2017 Olmsted Park 20th Ann Garden Party
          June 17, 2017 Disc Golf Clinic & Picnic @ Perkerson Park
          June 16, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Lunch Tour
          June 15, 2017 Explore the Eastside Trail, Sunset Tour
          June 11, 2017 Sub-Area 3: Grant Park to Glenwood Park
          June 10, 2017 Sub-Area 7: Lindbergh to Tanyard Creek
          June 09, 2017 Atlanta Moon (Bike) Ride
          May 28, 2017 Sub-Area 2: Adair Park to Grant Park (Eventide)
          May 27, 2017 Sub-Area 6: PCM to Armour Yard (Sweetwater)
          May 20, 2017 Heritage Park Hike w/ Jonah McDonald
          May 14, 2017 Sub-Area 1 Walking Tour
          May 13, 2017 Sub-Area 5 Walking Tour
          May 06, 2017 N. GA Mountain Adventure + Kentucky Derby Party
          April 30, 2017 Westside Trail Learning Tour + Picnic
          April 29, 2017 Sub-Area 4 Walking Tour
          April 28, 2017 Inman Park Tour of Homes + Lunch
          April 15, 2017 Sub-Area 3 Discovery Tour
          April 09, 2017 Battle of ATL Bike Tour & Picnic
          April 09, 2017 Fernbank Forest w/ Eli Dickerson
          April 09, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Paint Quick Competition
          April 08, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Olmsted Linear Park
          April 07, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Olmsted Linear Park
          April 06, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Downtown Decatur
          April 05, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Atlanta History Center
          April 02, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour & Picnic
          April 02, 2017 Olmsted Plein Air: Piedmont Park
          April 01, 2017 Westside Trail Bike Tour
          March 31, 2017 In Search of Terminus
          March 26, 2017 Olmsted Linear Park Tour
          March 25, 2017 Sub-Area 2 Discovery Tour
          March 19, 2017 Discover the Secrets of Clear Creek
          March 18, 2017 Historic Churches Walking Tour
          March 11, 2017 AB360: Sub-Area 1 Discovery Tour
          March 10, 2017 Inman Park Picnic Tour
          March 05, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
          March 04, 2017 Eastside Trail Learning Tour + Picnic
          February 26, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
          February 19, 2017 Eastside Trail Learning Tour + Picnic
          February 18, 2017 Atlanta's Historic Churches Walking Tour
          February 17, 2017 Inman Park Arbor Day Walking Tour
          January 29, 2017 Westside Trail Walking Tour
          December 31, 2016 2-Way New Year's Eve Beltline Hike
          December 17, 2016 Westside Trail Walking Tour
          December 04, 2016 Westside Trail Walking Tour
          November 27, 2016 Eastside Trail Thanksgiving Walking Tour
          May 30, 2015 Beltline Fitness Hike: Ansley > Memorial
          May 16, 2015 Beltline Fitness Hike: Northside Segment
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          April 04, 2015 Urban Explorers Beltline Fitness Hike: Southwest Segment
          March 21, 2015 Atlanta Beltline Fitness Hike: Southeast Segment
          March 07, 2015 Atlanta Beltline Fitness Hike: Eastside Trail

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