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The Klingle Valley Trail spans just shy of a mile in a leafy, residential area of northwest Washington, DC. The trail opened in June 2017 and is accessible to the neighborhoods of Cleveland Park, Woodley Park, and Mount Pleasant.
The paved pathway follows a small brook and traces the route of a former roadway, Klingle Road. On its eastern end, near Porter Street NW, travelers can connect to the city's Rock Creek trail system to extend their journey. The western end of the trail ends near Cortland Place.
Parking is available in Rock Creek Park; for information, visit the National Park Service website.
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