Blue Mash Nature Trail

Oaks Landfill Special Park, Maryland

Distance0.0mi
Elevation Gain1ft
Trailhead Elevation505ft
Top505ft
Elevation Min/Max505/505ft
Elevation Start/End505/505ft

Blue Mash Nature Trail

Blue Mash Nature Trail is a hiking trail in Montgomery County, Maryland. It is within Oaks Landfill Special Park. It is 106 feet long and begins at 505 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.0 miles with a total elevation gain of one foot. This trail connects with the following: Blue Mash Hiking Trail.

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Best Hikes with Kids: Washington, DC, the Beltway & Beyond (The Mountaineers Books)
Jennifer Chambers
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"The Blue Mash Trail is located on 545 acres at the closed Oaks Land?ll in northern Montgomery County. This hiking-only trail and a separate shared-use trail surround the capped land?ll in its buffer zone. Opened in 1982, the landfill stopped receiving waste in 1997 and was capped in 2001. Because of an agreement with area residents, the Department of Public Works and Transportation and Montgomery Parks constructed a network of compact soil trails to create a green space for local residents. The easy Blue Mash Trail is best enjoyed on a blue sky day during spring when you will likely see flowers, birds, and butterflies. This hike is on a wide, mostly grass-covered loop surrounding beautiful meadows and a large bioretention pond. The trail is not blazed but is marked at the intersections and turns with signs, making for easy navigation." Read more

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Trail Information

Oaks Landfill Special Park
Nearby City
Oaks Landfill Special Park
Parks
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
Blue Mash Trail
Local Contacts
Available from the Montgomery Parks website
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Dec 2018