Pike Hike (Columbia Pike) Walkabout
Established in 1801 as the Columbia Turnpike, Columbia Pike is an invaluable transportation corridor currently being transformed into a walkable main street. Its vast array of eateries reflects the diverse backgrounds of the surrounding communities. This Walkabout is an easy perusal of the eastern end of Columbia Pike, South Arlington’s main street.
- Length: 1.9 miles plus optional 0.6-mile add-on
- Terrain: Mostly flat with the exception of S. Englewood St.
- Car-Free Access
- Acknowledgements: Created with Chris Zimmerman, Arlington County Board
- PRINTABLE MAP/FLIER IS AVAILABLE HERE: English or Spanish (PDF, Adobe Reader required)
Columbia Pike News You Can Use
Historic Highlight: Farther west along Columbia Pike, at the intersection with Glebe Road, is the historically important intersection once known as Hunter’s Crossroads. Read more.
Arlington County Adopts Columbia Pike Neighborhoods Area Plan – July 23 2012
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