Capital Crescent Trail, Trailhead

Photos (0)
Have you been here? Share a tip or a photo with fellow travelers.
Describe what it's like and why travelers should come here. You can also add a photo.
Capital Crescent Trail
The Capital Crescent Trail is the main artery of D.C.’s network of walking, jogging and cycling routes. Built upon the former rail bed of the Georgetown Branch of the B&O Railroad, this 11-mile trail connects the Georgetown neighborhood of D.C. with the Maryland suburb of Silver Spring. Traveling along the Potomac River and through the wooded parks of Little Falls and Rock Creek, this trail is a dynamic adventure that goes over bridges, under tunnels and past Civil War forts and batteries. Depending on the amount of time available, shorten the route with a loop along the C&O Canal Towpath or lengthen it by returning on the Rock Creek Park trail to create a 22-mile circuit.

Note: There is a street detour from Bethesda to Silver Spring due to construction.
Have you been here? Share a tip or a photo with fellow travelers.
Water St NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA
Original the hay adams.jpg?1484241807?ixlib=rails 0.3