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Dates: 2/17/2018 - 2/17/2018
City / State: Austin, TX
Event Name: Boggy Creek Green Belt and East Austin
Event Type: Walk
Event ID: 110607 
Distance - Trail Ratings: 10k/5k - 1A
Description: Both the 5k and 10k routes are flat and rated 1A. Each route goes through Boggy Creek Greenbelt on a dirt/crushed granite trail, then continue on to Rosewood Park and into adjacent neighborhoods on city streets The 10k continues on and includes the Carver Museum, schools, and universities to spotlight East Austin's Black history
Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: medium | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
Special Programs: Bridges - Spanning the USA, Doin' The Louisiana Purchase, Ice Cream Parlors, Points of Reference, Take a Walk In a City Park, Treasure Hunt - A way to walk our precious trails, United States Post Offices, Walk the USA - Street by Street, Walking the Path of Inventions, Walking the USA A - Z
Start Times: Start between 8 am and 11 am Finish by 2 pm
Location: Conley-Guerrero Senior Activity Center
Start Point / Driving Directions: 808 Nile Street, Austin, TX 78702
Driving North on I35, Take Exit 234B Cesar Chavez/2nd-4th . Right on Cesar Chavez for 1.6 miles to Pleasant Valley Road. Left on Pleasant Valley Road for about 1 mile to Nile Street. Left on Nile Street a short distance and immediately turn left into parking area.
Driving south on I35, take Exit 234C 12th/11th/State Capitol. Left on 12th Street for 1 mile to Pleasant Valley Road. Right on Pleasant Valley Road for 0.7 miles to second intersection with Nile Street. Right on Nile Street a short distance and immediately turn left into the parking area.
Awards & Fees: ZZ
Comments: Boggy Creek Greenbelt is a linear park that meanders through the heart of East Austin. The trail passes trees and vegetation typical of Central Texas. The routes venture out into surrounding neighborhoods that were historically populated by African Americans. The walk emphasizes Black history and exemplifies changes that showcase current gentrification of the area.
Host Club: Colorado River Walkers
Contact: Barbara Byers (206) 979-6920
Website: coloradoriverwalkers.org
E-Mail Contact: bbbyers14@gmail.com