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Potomac - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

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“I’m an avid hiker and Great Falls Park hosts my go-to (and favorite) local trails. It’s GORGEOUS and hard to believe this natural wonder is only 15 minutes away! If you’re not a big hiker but love nature, it’s still worth a visit just to see the falls (they’re an easy 5-10 min walk from the parking lot). The park actually spans across the Potomac River, so there’s a VA side and a MD side. I love both. :) Recommended hikes: River Trail on the VA side (easy-moderate) and Billy Goat Trail on the MD side (moderate-difficult). If you don’t have a National Parks pass, the entry fee is $15/car for a three-day pass (valid for both VA and MD sides of the park). But I know how to visit for free — ask me my secret!”
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Sögufrægur staður
“Amazing "Great Falls" views, easy walking path + options for harder trails with rock scrambling”
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Almenningsgarður
“Wonderful half-day or full day trip from DC proper. Hike the Billy Goat trail, enjoy the canal, etc.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Cabin John Regional Park offers something for every sports lover and is situated just minutes north of Washington. Recreational options include summer ball games on the various athletic fields, tennis on both indoor and outdoor courts, Tai Chi, and even ice skating in the summer at the fully enclosed Cabin John Ice Rink. Visitors can also connect with nature through a variety of environmental nature programs, become entranced by a ride on the model train, or spend the afternoon relaxing with family and friends at various picnic and playground areas. One of the special attractions for children is the Adventure Playground. Don’t miss the totem pole! If an afternoon isn’t enough, spend the night enjoying the natural beauty of the park at one of seven walk-in campgrounds. And with over five miles of hiking and biking trails, there is plenty of scenery to explore. Picnickers have a variety of opportunities at Cabin John. The group picnic area features 11 shelters, each with six picnic tables and a large double grill. Be sure to get a permit first!”
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Almenningsgarður
“One of the most popular hiking trails in the area, the Billy Goat trail is a great option for beginning as well as advanced hikers. There are multiple trail segments, so you can shorten or lengthen the hike according to your ability, interest, and available time.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Very long trail (canal) that takes you down to poolesville or into Georgetown. Easy access to Canal at entrance of my neighborhood. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“You can rent boats and kayaks here and enjoy a walk in the park. No entry fees!”
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Sögufrægur staður
“Amazing "Great Falls" views, easy walking path + options for harder trails with rock scrambling”
  • 17 íbúar mæla með
Almenningsgarður
“Wonderful half-day or full day trip from DC proper. Hike the Billy Goat trail, enjoy the canal, etc.”
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Slóði
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Slóði
“A popular out and back hiking trail that is about 2 miles. Trail runs adjacent to Difficult Run until it meets the Potomac River.”
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