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Urban Explorers of Atlanta regularly holds tours focusing on different aspects of the city.
A tour company will soon lead a group on a 10-mile route through Grant Park, Summerhill and Peoplestown.
Urban Explorers of Atlanta regularly holds tours focusing on different aspects of the city, such as the Beltline’s Westside Trail or fruit trees in East Atlanta Village.
On Feb. 10, the group will walk nearly 10 miles beginning at the Liberty Plaza, the lawn just across the street from the state capitol, and ending at Eventide Brewery in Grant Park.
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Landmarks include sights such as the Olympic cauldron tower, Fort Walker and Pheonix Park. Guests should bring lunch to eat during a half-hour picnic stop in a park.
The Feb. 10 tour starts at 11:30 a.m. and ends around 3:30 p.m. Sign up for $25 here. Twelve spaces were left on Friday morning.
If you’d rather cycle, the company will hold a bike tour in the same area on Feb. 25.
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