The Haw River Trail is part of the state-wide Mountains-to-Sea Trail (MST) which allows hikers to travel across the state from Clingman’s Dome to Jockey’s Ridge. With approximately 40 miles of paddle trails and 20 miles of land trails available, the Haw River Trail provides public access to Alamance County’s most important natural feature.
Built on the idea of conservation through recreation, the land and paddle trails allow the community to explore and appreciate its river while helping to conserve and protect this important resource.
Both the land and paddles trails offer beautiful views of the river and its plants and wildlife, as well as opportunities to hike, walk, paddle, picnic, and fish along the river. Combining with the Mountains-to-Sea Trail will allow hikers from across the country to share in the beauty of the Haw River corridor.