Robert E Lee Park Serpentine–Bare Hills

Mount Washington, Maryland

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Follow an old rail bed along the Jones Falls to Lake Roland and back. Climb over the guardrail and head right. Unless there are drought conditions, it’s more than likely this beginning section will be full of mud. If it’s really bad, a parallel trail heads uphill to the left and eventually rejoins the trail in approximately a quarter-mile when it rises above the low-lying area. Once above the floodplain, the trail runs along the rail bed of the now-defunct Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad.

Robert E. Lee Park: Serpentine–Bare Hills Professional Review and Guide

"Follow an old rail bed along the Jones Falls to Lake Roland and back. Climb over the guardrail and head right. Unless there are drought conditions, it’s more than likely this beginning section will be full of mud.

If it’s really bad, a parallel trail heads uphill to the left and eventually rejoins the trail in approximately a quarter-mile when it rises above the low-lying area. Once above the floodplain, the trail runs along the rail bed of the now-defunct Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Mount Washington
Distance: 3.7
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS Cockeysville
Driving Directions: Directions to Robert E. Lee Park: Serpentine–Bare Hills

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May 2018