Blueway N9200 Driver 59
Radford invites visitors to hike, mountain bike, or kayak on either the Greenway or Blueway trails of the New River National Scenic Byway. Access is free and requires no permit. The Blue Ridge Parkway provides excellent access points to these trails and is nearby. The New River Greenway and Blueway are connected by the New River Trail State Park. Visit the New River Trail State Park website, www.trailscabin.com/statepark, for more information.
The National Park Service offers several tools for visitors to find out about recent trail changes, closures, or new amenities, as well as to view recently available inventory of maps and brochures. For more information about the New River Greenway and Blueway, go to www.nps.gov/blri/greenway-and-blueway-trail-system/trail-system-and-interconnections.aspx. Access to the New River Greenway and Blueway trails and the New River State Park is free. For more information about trail access to the park, contact the park office at (276)992-6768 or visit www.nps.gov/blri/index.htm.
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