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First ride today. A few places impacted by construction, but in great shape overall and quick ride from upper Northeast to NoMa. And wow, the street art along the way!
This is a mid-level bike trail with plenty of off trail single tracking. Most of the path is paved. There are some rough areas which is why I say, mid-level. Your gonna carry your $3000 road bike. I would have been very happy on my gravel bike, but I chose my fixed gear road bike. I know! I didn’t read reviews, and I’m kicking myself for it! But I still had an awesome time carrying some of the way.
We rode the entire trail from Cockeysville to New Freedom, PA on a perfect September Saturday. We could not have enjoyed this trail more than we did. There were lots of people using it today and everyone seemed to be able to carve out their own little slice of the trail.
I was just at the trail this tuesday 9/8/2020 and unfortunately most of the trail was closed due to maintenance. They have been repaving the trail and it's awesome !
They had no warning of this closure until I was about 3 miles into it, then the trail was blocked off and marked closed.
Beautiful trail with amazing views!
Love it. As other review mentioned, pretty crowded on the weekend.
We rode this trail September 5 and it was great EXCEPT for the closure at the Edmondson Ave bridge. No detours are posted so a visitor has to fend for herself!
The scenery along this trail was beautiful, but very little was paved; the vast majority was rocky gravel. The trail was shaded, good for a hot sunny day. Do not try this trail with a road bike!
First time on this trail today - entire length from Bethesda to Georgetown waterfront and back. Well maintained and an easy ride, but spent a fair amount of time passing joggers, families with strollers, and slower riders. Still, a satisfying experience, and will ride again soon!
There are a lot of hazards on this trail that make using it unpleasant.
Traveled on the ICC Trail from Layhill Road to within a mile of Shady Grove Metro station, then doubled back and took Beach Drive south along Lake Needwood to where the Rock Creek Trail starts. Then I went back northbound on Beach Drive and followed the ICC Trail back to Layhill Road. Generally the ICC Trail is really great. Nice wide, smooth surface over the majority of the trail (approximately 10 feet wide). The Emory Lane section is considerably narrower (approximately 6 feet wide). Although Beach Drive is not part of the ICC Trail I wanted to check out how that was for connecting to the Rock Creek Trail, and it is typical park road with low traffic volume and pretty safe IMO for bicyclists, and a pretty easy connection to the Rock Creek Trail. There is not a sign at the Emory Lane junction, so that may cause a bit of confusion the first time you ride the trail. The trail doubles back under MD 200 at that point. Traffic noise from MD 200 on a lot of the trail is a downside, but the smooth, wide trail surface is really great. No protruding bumps from tree roots, potholes, muddy sections, culverts, etc. that are typical of a number of trails in the area. The places where you have to cross intersections have traffic signals installed and seemed pretty safe, although one should ALWAYS observe caution. I gave the ICC Trail a "5" rating, although I thought it was really about half way between a 4 and a 5. But, compared to a lot of other trails it is definitely one of the best in the area.
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