Walking Trails in Washington DC Topo Map

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In centuries past, trails took people from the rural countryside into the towns and marketplaces. Now we use trails to help us escape from the urban life and take us back to nature.Walkers, runners, bikers, people in wheelchairs, in-line skaters, even horses use the many trails that wind through the D.C. metro area. Some folks like the overgrown paths for hiking, others use one of the many paved and graded railto- trail paths to get in shape for bike tours in Europe, and still others just want a nice place to stretch their legs.Whatever the reason, go outside and play on the trails. This guide includes the Appalachian Trail, Captial Crescent Trail, Anacostia Tributary Trail, U.S. National Arboretum, National Zoological Park, National Mall, Fort Dupont Park, Rock Creek Park, Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Towpath, Baltimore and Annapolis Trail, Theodore Roosevelt Island, Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail, Mount Vernon Trail, Washington & Old Dominion Trail, The Curtis Trail, Bluemont Junction Trail, Accotink Trail, Colvin Run Stream Valley Horse Trail, Assateague Island, Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, The Cherry Blossoms of Washington, Ladew Topiary Gardens, The Maize Maze at Temple Hill Regional Park, Lantern Tour in Old Town Alexandria, Ghost Walk to the Grave of Edgar Allan Poe.
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