At just over 3 miles, Mary's Rock is a short hike but yet manages to provides a good work out, offers expansive views from the summit, and is very pet-friendly. ROUTE SUMMARY The trailhead is at the end of the Meadow Spring parking area which is fairly large with flush toilets and portable water. Although... Continue Reading →
Located immediately outside of the city and the Mount Vernon Trail, Roosevelt Island, a tribute to President Teddy Roosevelt, is a gem among the local outdoor spaces in the D.C. area. Parking for the island is right off the GW Parkway and the entrance is on the right at the end of the parking lot... Continue Reading →
The Mountain Loop Trail on Sugarloaf Mountain is a moderate, beautiful hike with a lot of gradual ups and downs.
The West Side Trail at the National Arboretum is picturesque walk surrounded my trees, plants and open sky.
There is no other place I've visited that comes close to the beauty and experience that Glacier National Park offers. It’s a National Park filled with remote wilderness, aqua glacial lakes, majestic mountains, and vast glaciers. To say this was the most anticipated stop on my road trip is an understatement! Because there's so much... Continue Reading →