Torrey C Brown Trail

BeeTree Preserve, Maryland

Distance19.9mi
Elevation Gain2,879ft
Trailhead Elevation248ft
Top789ft
Elevation Min/Max226/789ft
Elevation Start/End248/248ft

Torrey C Brown Trail

Torrey C. Brown Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Baltimore County, Maryland. It is within BeeTree Preserve and Torrey C Brown Rail Trail. It is 19.9 miles long and begins at 248 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 39.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,879 feet. Near the trailhead there are trees and information boards. Torrey C Brown Trail Parking and another parking, the Monkton Station public building, and the Monkton Post Office (elevation 338 feet) and White Hall Post Office (elevation 354 feet) post offices can be seen along the trail. There are also a water, a wood, a pipeline, restrooms, and a basin along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Heritage Rail Trail.

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Best Easy Day Hikes Baltimore (Falcon Guides)
Heather Sanders Connellee
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"Formerly known as the Northern Central Railway Trail, this 20-mile, crushed-stone, abandoned railroad bed can be hiked in sections. Mostly covered by tree canopy, the well-maintained trail paralleling the Gunpowder Falls River is dotted with scenic overlooks, benches, and picnic tables. You will often hear this rail trail referred to as the NCR or the Northern Central Railway Trail, as it was named prior to the dedication to Torrey C. Brown. Dr. Brown, the third secretary of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, had the vision for this multi-recreational trail, which was constructed in 1984. The Northern Central Railway was built in 1832 and operated until 1872." Read more

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Alot stops for street crossings. Saw 2 snakes.
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Trail Information

BeeTree Preserve
Nearby City
BeeTree Preserve
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Fishing
Additional Use

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Dec 2018