Cross County Trail

Oak Marr Park, Virginia

Distance12.7mi
Elevation Gain543ft
Trailhead Elevation424ft
Top424ft
Elevation Min/Max252/424ft
Elevation Start/End424/424ft

Cross County Trail

Cross County Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Fairfax City and Fairfax County, Virginia. It is within Oak Marr Park, Gabrielson Gardens Park, Sally Ormsby Park, Difficult Run Stream Valley Park, Accotink Stream Valley Park, Little Difficult Run Stream Valley Park, Draper Drive Park, Eakin (mantua Section) Park, Eakin Community Park, and Tattersall Park. It is 12.7 miles long and begins at 424 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 11.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 543 feet. The history of Chichester's Mill and Chichester's Mill Race informations can be seen along the trail. There are also parkings, restrooms, woods, and a shelter along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Cct, Cct and Cross County Trail.

Cross County Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"This ride will take you on the Cross County Trail (CCT) from its northern terminus in Great Falls Virginia, to its southern end at Occoquan Regional Park. Along the 40 miles, we will travel past several other rides included in this book making it possible to create a “mega” epic ride, should you have the legs for it.

The Cross County Trail (CCT) is a unique achievement for Fairfax County. It is a trail nearly 40 miles in length that connects the county from one end to another. Along its path, it links hills and valleys, streams and meadows, and intersects urbanized landscapes and neighborhoods. Its very creation was a catalyst that united government agencies with citizen activists and the environment."

"This ride will take you on the Cross County Trail (CCT) from its northern terminus in Great Falls,Virginia, to its southern end at Occoquan Regional Park. Along the 40 miles we will travel past several other rides included in this book making it possible to create a “mega” epic ride, should you have the legs for it.

The Cross County Trail (CCT) is a unique achievement for Fairfax County. It is a trail nearly 40 miles in length that connects the county from one end to another. Along its path it links hills and valleys, streams and meadows, and intersects urbanized landscapes and neighborhoods."

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Trail Information

Oak Marr Park
Nearby City
Accotink Stream Valley Park
Parks
Fairfax County, Virginia, www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/cct
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Sep 2018