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Two miles of Appalachian Mountain adventure awaits.

Look for an adventurous path? Try Green Ash Trail where very little level ground and several steep slopes keep the user alert. Some like to think of this route as similar territory to what the early settlers experienced as the crossed the Appalachian Mountains during the 1700s. The trail 2 miles in length and is marked with green blazes. Mountain bikers, hikers and equestrians all enjoy this beautiful trail which is graciously maintained by Wheel Base, a bike shop in the town of Frederick.

Directions: From Frederick, MD, Travel north about 5 miles along U.S. Highway 41 turning right onto Gambrill State Park Road. Follow the road for a little over 1 mile to reach the designated Trailhead Lot on the right. All trails begin from this lot, including the long-distance Catoctin Trail.

Elevation: 1,000 feet

Distance: 2 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Gambrill State Park, Maryland


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