with Greenprints Alliance
Reformation Stands with Greenprints Alliance. With miles of trail to explore, from natural paths to dog friendly walks to world-class mountain bike trails, Greenprints Alliance is inspiring folks in Cherokee County to get outdoors by working to create a trail system that connects our community.
“OUR PURPOSE IS TO INSPIRE PEOPLE TO GET OUTDOORS BY CREATING A TRAIL SYSTEM THAT PROMOTES WELLNESS AND CONNECTS COMMUNITY THROUGH OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES AND LIVING.”
Whether you are riding your mountain bike down Avalanche in Rope Mill Park in search of honest adventure, or enjoying an everyday moment walking with your family on the Noonday Creek Trail, Greenprints work in our community is part of what makes our home a great place to live, work, and toast beautiful moments.
Learn more about this important group with Reformation Brewery at featured events this June.
Fun Fact: Did you know that there are six completed sections of the Greenprints Trail system? Ranging from beginner to advanced, the trails include areas of Noonday Creek Trail, Dupree Park, and Old Rope Mill Park. Bike, walk, kayak, and get outside to enjoy the good gift of the Greenprints Trail.