Border-to-Border Trail


The Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) is a non-motorized B2B Huron River Greenway Border-to-Border Trail Logopathway that connects cities, parks, and many destinations throughout Washtenaw County. More than 40 miles of trail exist as a part of the B2B today, with 70 miles planned. Check out our Active Projects page to learn about plans and construction. 

Visit our interactive park viewer to see the most up-to-date information regarding trail routes, segment status and alignment information**. You can also see all of the facilities that WCPARC has to offer! 

**Note: planned trail alignments (dashed lines) are approximate and intended to illustrate a concept, not the exact location of the trail. Alignments are subject to change.

Iron Belle Trail 

In 2015, the B2B was incorporated into tIron Belle Trail Logohe State of Michigan's Iron Belle Trail - a network of trails that is over 2,000 miles long and connects Belle Isle Park (Detroit) to Ironwood (western upper peninsula). We are proud to be a partner in this exciting trail initiative!

Key Project Elements & Goals

  • Completion of 35 miles of the Huron River Greenway - a paved shared-use pathway connecting Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, and Dexter along the Huron River
  • Completion of 29 miles of the Huron Waterloo Pathway - a paved shared use path connecting Dexter, Chelsea, Stockbridge, the Lakelands Trail, and Pinckney in a "Loop"
  • Conservation of the Huron River corridor
  • Provide opportunities for transportation, recreation, river access, and links to neighboring counties
  • To the maximum extent possible, the trail is routed away from roads to create a safe a fun experience for a wide range of users
  • Distinctive signage system creates a unique identity for the B2B while helping users navigate the trail

Built on Partnerships

The B2B is the product of an ongoing collaboration of communities and organizations who are dedicated to safe, accessible, shared-use, non-motorized recreation and transportation.

Completion of the B2B is one of the Parks and Recreation Commission's top priorities. They have made a serious commitment to develop and expand access to multi-use, non-motorized trails throughout the county.

Washtenaw County Parks has teamed up with a non-profit organization called the Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative (HWPI) in order to expand and accelerate completion of the B2B.

Get Involved

Looking to get involved in trail activities or volunteer to help keep the B2B enjoyable and safe for all trail users? The Friends of the Border-to-Border Trail is a non-profit group that helps us do just that!