Washington, DC Area Trail Maps
- Maryland Trails
AATRA's informative listing of trails in Maryland
- Virginia Trails
AATRA's informative listing of trails in Virginia
- Washington, DC Trails
AATRA's informative listing of trails in the District of Columbia
- Washington, DC Trails
From the Irunfar.com web site
- Pennsylvania Trails
AATRA's informative listing of trails in Pennsylvania
- Montgomery County Trail System
The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission's guide to the trails of Montgomery County
- East Coast Greenway (under construction, Maine to Florida)
The East Coast Greenway will be the nation's first long- distance, city-to-city, multi-modal transportation corridor for cyclists, hikers, and other non-motorized users. The goal is to connect existing and planned trails that are locally owned and managed to form a continuous, safe, green route.
- Great Allegheny Passage in Maryland
The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) rail-trail offers 135 miles of hiking and biking between Cumberland, MD, and Duquesne, PA, near Pittsburgh. In Cumberland, the GAP joins the C&O Canal Towpath, creating a continuous trail experience, 320 miles long, to Washington, DC.
- Fairfax Trails and Streams
In heavily-developed Fairfax County, stream valleys are our last opportunity to create a long network of interconnected off-road trails. Yet such trails, where they exist at all, are fragmented and disconnected. Fairfax Trails and Streams (FTAS), a grassroots trail and environmental advocacy group, aims to create this network, and help protect the watershed. Our primary projects are the Pimmit Run Trail in McLean and theCross County Trail (CCT).
- National Battlefield Park (Manassas, VA)
In the summer of 1861, enthusiastic volunteers in colorful uniforms gathered to fight the first major land battle of the American Civil War. Nearly one year later, both sides met again on the same battlefield.
- Capital Crescent Trail
The Capital Crescent Trail (CCT) is a shared use off-road trail from Georgetown, D.C. to Silver Spring, MD suitable for walkers, joggers, bikers, and rollerbladers. The CCT is built upon the abandoned railbed of the 11 mile Georgetown Branch of the B&O Railroad.
- C&O Canal Towpath
- Martha Custis Trail
- Mount Vernon Trail
- North Bethesda Trail
- Rock Creek Trail
- Sligo Creek & Anacostia Tributary Trails
- Washington & Old Dominion Trail
Trail Running Resources and Information
- All American Trail Running Association
The All American Trail Running Association (AATRA) offers news, training tips, and more!
- Alternative Running
Alternative Running is an excellent online resource for northern Virginia trail runners
- Muddy Shoe Review
Joyce Adams and other Washington Running Report contributors run and review area trails
- Zen Trail Running
Christopher Benner's take on the fine art of trail running
- Trail Running Submissions
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