Best Trails of Maryland

This list represents the most popular trails in Maryland. Use this list to plan your next Maryland outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This loop follows the upland forests of the fall zone, crossing a few streams and visiting ...
Known simply as the Avalon area by most cyclists, this small corner of the Patapsco Valley ...
Wedged between the Potomac River and River Road in western Montgomery County, lies a little-known ...
Arguably the prettiest trail in the Loch Raven Reservoir watershed. Follow it to Merryman ...
A ramble through hardwood forests and over ridges of Catoctin Mountain, with views of ...
An easy circuit hike in Swallow Falls State Park through a mature hemlock forest along ...
These trails are a perfect example of mountain bike advocacy at work and the ones that ...
This is a somewhat rugged hike to two outstanding vistas and a fascinating rock formation ...
A hike through forest and bog down to the Chesapeake Bay where fossils are abundant below ...
Patapsco is a hiking and biking trail in Baltimore County, Maryland. It is 0.4 miles long ...
Gunpowder Falls Trail is a hiking trail in Baltimore County, Maryland. It is within Gunpowder ...
A circuit along and beside the ridge of Catoctin Mountain through mature hardwood forest, ...
Enjoy a remarkably isolated spot where Stemmers Run meanders over a slew of rocks in the ...
Stroll around the busy urban retreat of Lake Montebello and then plunge into the thick ...
Follow an old rail bed along Jones Falls to Lake Roland before returning through upland ...
A walk along the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Towpath through a tunnel more than half a mile ...
Wandering through stream-laced woods past farmhouses and fields of corn, this fine rural ...
Short Take: Approximately 50 miles fishable for bass; tidal influence, hydrilla, shallow ...
For more than 300 years farmers have plowed the thin strips of land and fishermen have ...
Explore 85 acres of dense forest and massive boulders rising above Deer Creek, culminating ...
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