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Huckleberry Trail
Bike rider on Huckleberry TrailThe Huckleberry Trail is an asphalt-paved bike/pedestrian path that connects the towns of Blacksburg and Christiansburg.

Distance markers are placed every half-mile and benches are placed along the trail so that you may rest and enjoy the scenery. 

The Huckleberry trail crosses the road to Warm Hearth, as well as Hightop and Merrimac roads. Parking is available at both ends of the trail, with additional parking available at the crossings of Warm Hearth, Hightop, and Merrimac.

The total distance of the trail, from the Blacksburg Public Library to the
Christiansburg Recreation Center, is 7.5 miles.

In July 2015, the completion of the Renva W. Knowles Bridge
connected the trail over Rte. 114.

Construction on Huckleberry TrailHuckleberry Trail Extension
Additional expansion into Christiansburg is currently in the design phase.
Phase II-D and Phase III are expected to connect the trail to the sidewalk at the intersection of Independence Boulevard and North Franklin Street, continuing to Christiansburg High School.  

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

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