Best Hiking in District of Columbia

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1

Virginia, Arlington County

00 :41 hrs
2 mi
8.697588 ft
Easy

The island is open year-round. The restrooms are closed for the winter season, usually October through April. During those months, you will find a portable toilet near the restroom. President Roosevelt was known for taking government officials and diplomats on hard hikes. Although not a very hard hike, here you can enjoy his legacy. Bird watching is great and the wildflowers are beautiful during spring and early summer. You may walk or jog through the trails. The surface is mostly flat with a boardwalk, concrete or surfaced with pea-sized gravel Canoeing or kayaking around the island is a popular activity. You may rent your craft at Georgetown or bring your own. Either way, be prepared to paddle on a busy and wide river.

2

British Columbia, Regional District of East Kootenay County

04 :59 hrs
9.9 mi
411.74976 ft
Moderate

Citadel Peak to Marvel Lake

3

British Columbia, Regional District of East Kootenay County

04 :05 hrs
9.4 mi
723.8572 ft
Hard

Magog to Marvel Lake campground

4

British Columbia, Squamish-Lillooet Regional District County

04 :27 hrs
5.7 mi
1156.038 ft
Easy

This route explores Cloudburst Mountain

5

British Columbia, Fort St. John

00 :27 hrs
1.2 mi
8.46698 ft
Moderate

Trail through Fish Creek Community Forest

6

British Columbia, Squamish-Lillooet Regional District County

03 :10 hrs
9.4 mi
280.5188 ft
Hard

Technical run on a series of hiking and biking trails

7

Maryland, Prince George's County

00 :58 hrs
4.9 mi
10.244437 ft
Easy

This trail is part of the Anacostia Tributary Trail System and follows a paved section from the Riverdale Recreation Center to Greenbelt Road. You will ride in a beautiful stream valley park and circle Lake Artemesia, all of which is in a forested area within an urban setting. You will pass many neighborhood playgrounds as well as curving around the runways of College Park Airport, the oldest airport in the country. The ride can be shortened or extended, but sections of the path outside of this route may not all be paved.

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