The Billy Goat Trail is a 4.7-mile climbing trail that tracks an alleyway amid the C&O Canal and the Potomac River. It comprises three tracks to select from and is amongst most famed trails in Metro DC.
Billy Goat Trail
Finishing the complete 2,190 miles of the Appalachian Trail in one jaunt is a massive task. It stretches amid Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine.
Loch Raven Reservoir comprises numerous trails from short and sweet, easy, and challenging.
Angling from ferries and kayaks in the Reservoir is permitted.
Loch Raven Reservoir
Rocks State Park comprises 855 acres of rock-strewn timberland and is tucked in rural northern Harford Province. The King and Queen Seat is the most beloved trails amongst many other trails here.
Rocks State Park
The Park in Maryland got its name from Gunpowder Falls on Gunpowder River. There are momentous situates beside the tracks that one can encounter for an inimitable climbing experience.
Gunpowder Falls State Park
Catoctin Mountain Park is coped by the National Park Service, and rests in the north side of the Cunningham Falls State Park. It has 25 miles of mountaineering trails altering from laid-back to active.
Catoctin Mountain Park
Sugarloaf is a crucial marker for deckhands and a protective shield to defend against attackers. Wildlife species found here are white tailed deer, red foxes, and raccoons.
At 49,000 acres, Green Ridge is the biggest connecting mass of land in Maryland. It has a hiking trail stretched along 50 miles which takes several days to venture through.
Green Ridge State Forest
Patapsco Valley State Park is a public leisure zone featuring over 200 miles of trails amongst which 70 are well-preserved trails.
Patapsco Valley State Park
Savage River State Forest is extended over 55,185 acres. It is located in the northeastern quadrant of Garrett County in Western Maryland. It has various trails for countryside trekking and also features a camping site.
Savage River State Forest
Elk Neck State Park is situated in Cecil County on a headland, made by the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Elk River on the east.
Elk Neck State Park
The ramble beside the white clay crags is an experience which once done will be a lifetime remembrance.