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Silver Comet Trail / Chief Ladiga Trail Guide: Maps, Services, Events, and More

About the Silver Comet Trail

The Silver Comet Trail runs 62 miles, from Smyrna on the outskirts of Atlanta, to the Georgia/Alabama state line.  There it connects to the Chief Ladiga Trail.

About the Chief Ladiga Trail

From the Georgia state line to Anniston, the Chief Ladiga Trail winds through 33 miles of scenic Alabama countryside.  Together, the Chief Ladiga and Silver Comet add up to nearly 100 miles of blissful trail!  Both trails are included in this website's tools to help you plan your next adventure along the Chief Ladiga Trail, the Silver Comet, or both.

Silver Comet Trail and Chief Ladiga Trail Resources

An interactive MAP of the Silver Comet Trail & Chief Ladiga Trail
 
BUSINESSES and SERVICES along the trail
 
An interactive TRIP PLANNER provides details specific to your trip
 
EVENTS on and around the Silver Comet Towpath and Chief Ladiga Trail
 
Discuss the trails on the COMMENT FORUM
 
Trail MILEAGE CHART
 
Journals and TRIP REPORTS from others' Silver Comet / Chief Ladiga travels
 
ELEVATION (altitude) of towns along the trail
 
WEATHER along the trail
 
LINKS to other useful websites

Silver Comet Trail Conditions

Silver Comet Trail conditions from the PATH Foundation website:

Silver Comet Trail

Mile 16 of the Comet is now open with portions under a Speed Limit 10MPH rule. Orange fencing lines the trail to keep trail users away from the flood damaged shoulders. Be aware Paulding County officials are writing tickets to sppeding cyclists in this area.

The tunnel under Brushy Mountain (mile 30.8) has big water puddles in the tunnel. Caution is advised.

Watch for a  rock slide in mile 46 near "trash mountain"

About 3 inches of water covers the trail for about 200 feet in mile 42 as a result of the ditch along the railroad being clogged. CSX has been notified of the problem.

 





- PATH Foundation

If you are aware of any adverse trail conditions on the Silver Comet, please let us know the specifics, or contact the PATH Foundation.

Chief Ladiga Trail Conditions

Chief Ladiga Trail conditions are good, to the best of our knowledge.
If you are aware of any adverse trail conditions on the Chief Ladiga Trail, please let us know the specifics.

BikeSilverComet.com's mission is to provide all the resources you need to plan and enjoy your adventure on the Silver Comet Trail and Chief Ladiga Trail.  Let us know if there's anything we can do to improve!


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