Rosemont Ramble

Alexandria, Virginia

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This is a sight-seeing figure eight of Alexandria that shows off both eighteenth-century Old Town and late-nineteenth-century historic neighborhoods. It is easily reached by Metro or bike paths from D.C. Start at the King Street Metrorail station about 1 mile west of the Potomac River. The main landmark is a big one: the 330-foot-tall, gray pyramidal tower of the George Washington Masonic Memorial, built in the early twentieth century with $5 million donated by 3 million members of the Masonic order. Things to see: Torpedo Factory, shops of King Street, The Lyceum, Gentry Row, George Washington Masonic Memorial, neighborhoods of Rosemont and Del Ray.
Road Biking Washington, D.C.

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Road Biking Washington, D.C.

by Michael Leccese & Rolf Pemberton (Falcon Guides)

This is a sight-seeing figure eight of Alexandria that shows off both eighteenth-century Old Town and late-nineteenth-century historic neighborhoods. It is easily reached by Metro or bike paths from D.C.

Start at the King Street Metrorail station about 1 mile west of the Potomac River. The main landmark is a big one: the 330-foot-tall, gray pyramidal tower of the George Washington Masonic Memorial, built in the early twentieth century with $5 million donated by 3 million members of the Masonic order.

Things to see: Torpedo Factory, shops of King Street, The Lyceum, Gentry Row, George Washington Masonic Memorial, neighborhoods of Rosemont and Del Ray.

©  Michael Leccese & Rolf Pemberton/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Alexandria
Distance: 9.1
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Riding Time: 90 minutes
Season: Year-round
Driving Directions: Directions to Rosemont Ramble

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