Rock Creek Park Northern Section Topo Map

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The hilly and little-used woodlands of Rock Creek Park’s northern section rank as one of Washington’s best venues for off-street hiking in a wilderness-tinged setting. This 6.8-mile hike consists of a modified loop that accumulates about 700 feet of elevation change. The major trails are blazed, named, and signposted. There are lots of unmarked trails that take you out of the park, so be sure to follow the blazes. And there are several cross-park trails that you can use to create shorter hikes. Rain makes the unpaved trails muddy; horses make them even muddier.
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