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Border-to-Border Trail (B2B)

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What is the Border-to-Border Trail?

The Huron River winds through approximately 35 miles of Washtenaw County.  The Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) represents an ongoing collaboration of communities and organizations to construct a shared-use path that will link the open spaces of the Huron River Greenway.
 
With its County Greenways Initiative, the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission (WCPARC) has made a serious commitment to expand hike and bike trails throughout the county - the B2B is WCPARC's major development project to achieve this goal. Over 23 miles of paved, shared-use paths exist as a part of the B2B today, with more to come.
 
Enjoy your ride on the B2B!
 
 

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In January of this 2015, the B2B was incorporated into the State of Michigan's Iron Belle Trail - a network of trails that is over 1,200 miles long and connects Belle Isle Park (Detroit) to Ironwood (western upper peninsula).  We are proud to be a partner in this exciting trail initiative!
  
 
 

Key Project Elements and Goals:

  • Completion of +/- 35 miles of a paved shared-use pathway across Washtenaw County
  • Conservation of the Huron River corridor
  • Provide opportunities for transportation, recreation, river access, and links to neighboring counties
  • To the maximum extent possible, the trail is routed away from roads to create a safe a fun experience for a wide range of users
  • Distinctive signage system creates a unique identity for the B2B while helping users navigate the trail
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