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I enjoyed the walk across the bridge. There are some inclines for a bit of challenge.
Flash flood destroyed the path. Trees blocking the way and large chunks of asphalt washed into the river.
This is my local go to trail. Great ride. Nice family friendly location.
Very nice and well maintained trail lined parallel by a creek for most of the ride that hugs multiple DC neighborhoods. Plenty of access points to the trails so you don't feel boxed in. Last night a pretty strong storm came through DC so there was some debris and one downed tree that made the ride a little tricky, but I don't blame the trail or mother nature ha. Short 4-miles, so super family friendly. Enjoy!
Pros: Quiet Clean Well maintained Gentle hills Wooded scenery Cons: One Porto potty on trail not much tree shade on trail itself
Pros: Clean Well maintained Easy hills Runs Mainly through forest Some benches through trail Cons: Not too much tree coverage so the sun beats down One porter potty on trail
Beautiful June day. Biked this for the first time and it was worth the one hour plus drive there. Plenty of free parking. Loved the old pines and wonderful views. Stopped at Red Eye’s Dock Bar for waterfront outdoor lunch- weekend live music - first time eating at a restaurant since COVID-19 & seating distance made us feel comfortable.
Flat, EZ and clean... With a few water views
A nice easy ride in Easton.. Almost completely flat
On one end (south?) the path is loose gravel and not well suited to narrow tires. Also, in a spot or two, the trail apparently floods in high tide. But, the majority of the path is dry and suitable for any tires. Beautiful scenery. Quiet trail to walk or bike.
Great trail. Flat for the most part with slight inclines in some places. Beautiful scenery. Great mile markers. Nice places to stop along the way to rest or picnic.
I use this trail when I want to get away from the crowds, and have a nice relaxing ride. The terrain is fairly flat, so easy riding.
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