Here is the one I posted from March of this year - not sure if this is what you are looking for.......had to watch it again to remember what is on there.......it is up and back the Greeneway and then a short segment on the Brickyard Ponds area.
Angela, someone else had sent me the link to your video and I just watched it. It is just what I was looking for. I am helping to lead a mobile workshop at the Georgia-Carolina Bike Summit on the Greeneway and other bike facilities in North Augusta, providing engineering design and construction perspective. The video shows the overall character of the Greeneway better than a photo slideshow. Thanks.
For us it started as the perfect place to take our young sons to ride their bikes in a safe environment. The trees made for a comfortable environment on hot summer days. In the beginning it ended at a little cul-de-sac right before Martintown Road. Since then the addition of that bridge across Martintown Road, the addition from Pisgah Rd to just beyond I-20, the section down by the Savannah River, the tunnels at the south end, and the development of the Brick Ponds (saw some neat young alligators in the ponds a few years back) all make this a wonderful great place to take your family.
We've combined it many times with the paved path over in Evans, a roll down the towpath, briefly on Broad Street, over the 13th street bridge and then the Greeneway for a relatively car-free 30+ mile ride when we weren't able to ride the trails.
I made the video hoping others would get a glimpse and decide to check it out!
Nice vid Angela! Nevin and I commuted via the Greeneway a few winters ago when the towpath was closed. It was before the extension so we parked at Five Notch. That happened to be a very cold winter as I recall and we even got to ride in while it was snowing one day. Just beautiful. We also take the Greeneway when we have dentist appts with Dr. Hale. Can't wait for the safe connector to the towpath. That will be awesome. Tom, I think it's great that you are showing off one of the local gems!
"Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught will we realize we cannot eat money." ~Cree Nation quote