Ann Arbor Corridor

Distance:5.6 mi

Trail Details

  • 5.6 miles of paved, road-separated pathway for non-motorized use
  • ADA Accessible
  • Flat terrain that follows the river through town and park settings with access to two canoe/kayak liveries
  • Major cross street references: North main at M-14, Broadway, Maiden Lane, Fuller Road, Huron Parkway, Dixboro Road
  • Trail not maintained during the winter
  • View Interactive Map Instructions

Suggested Activities

BikingBirdingCommutingFishingInline skatingPets on 6-foot leash allowedRunning/Walking


Benches and Picnic TablesBike Repair StationBike StandPet Waste StationsRiver AccessTrash/RecyclingVault Toilet/Restrooms
  • Gallup Park

  • Photo Credit: Bryan Mitchell Photography

  • Bandemer Park

  • Trail accross from Michigan Medical

  • Argo Cascades Trail

Directions and Parking

Recommended parking for this trail segment can be found at the following locations:

Project construction/completion updates

Looking ahead, construction is planned in 2023/2024 on a 0.8 Mile segment that will cross the Barton Nature Area and include construction of the Bandemer Tunnel which will pass under the railroad line.

See all B2B Trail construction updates.

Additional Resources

Trail Access and Description

This scenic 5.6 mile segment of the B2B Trail travels along the Huron River as it passes through the City of Ann Arbor. Visitors will cross pedestrian bridges and meander through scenic parkways as they pass through some of Ann Arbor’s most popular recreational spaces.

This segment provides easy access to local dining, entertainment, and shopping options of both the Main Street and Kerrytown districts. For local commuters and students, the trail provides easy access to the University of Michigan, the VA of Ann Arbor Medical center and many businesses found within the city.

This trail is owned and maintained by the City of Ann Arbor.