Capitol Crescent Trail

Capitol Crescent Trail

The Capital Crescent Trail (CCT) is a shared use off-road trail from Georgetown in the District of Columbia to Silver Spring, Maryland, built upon the abandoned railbed of the 11 mile Georgetown Branch of the B&O Railroad. The trail is paved from Georgetown to Bethesda, where it becomes packed crushed stone trail to Lyttonsville. Four… Continue reading Capitol Crescent Trail

Washington Secondary Bike Path

Washington Secondary Trail

The Washington Secondary Bike Path in Rhode Island combines the 5 mile Cranston Bike Path, and 5 mile Warwick Greenways, running along a former rail right of way through heavily populated areas. The shaded trail has good views of the Pawtuxet River Start: Tongue Pond, Cranston RI and ending in Moosup CT as the Coventry… Continue reading Washington Secondary Bike Path

Washington and Old Dominion Trail

Purcellville bicycle ride

The Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail follows a rail line that was abandoned in in 1968. The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority purchase of right-if-way purchases in 1982. A 45 miles 9' wide paved asphalt bike path and 32 miles of crushed stone and dirt running/equestrian paths make up the 100 ft. linear park… Continue reading Washington and Old Dominion Trail

Rock Creek Trail

Rocky Creek Trail

Maryland's 14 mile section of the Rock Creek Trail is a multi-use path through southern Montgomery County MD between Rockville and Bethesda/Silver Spring. The northern trail head is at Lake Needwood Regional Park and heads southeast to the DC line where the trail continues on-road following Beach Drive (closed to cars on weekends). The southern… Continue reading Rock Creek Trail