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Wandelpad
“Four Mile Run trail runs behind the building for biking, walking, and running.”
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Wandelpad
“The Custis Trail is a paved running, walking, or biking trail that runs east-west. You can get there easily by going just over a block north on Lincoln St. or Quincy St. to the north side of I-66, where you will see the path to get on the trail.”
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Wandelpad
“The W&OD trail is an easy trail that you can ride sportive and fast or relaxed with a family. It goes through pretty nature and charming citycenters where you can stop and have a coffee. Starting in Shirlington today I went through Arlington, Falls Church, Fairfax, Vienna to visit a friend in Reston. The way back took me just 90 minutes going between 16 and 18 miles per hour.”
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Tourist Information Center
“1057 Thomas Jefferson St NW, Washington, DC 20007 The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal is a wonderful place for a jog or a walk. The C&O Canal is good for taking strolls and bird watching. A New Boat for Georgetown Riding a boat along the canal in Georgetown is a cherished memory for generations of people. With the help of its partners, Georgetown Heritage and the District of Columbria, The National Park Service looks forward to bringing the experience back to the city. Georgetown Canal Plan Developed with the National Park Service, Georgetown Heritage, and the DC Office of Planning the plan cultivates a section of the canal in Georgetown into a premier active, flexible, and sustainable urban park. ”
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Wandelpad
“Great trail for running, walking, or biking! Connects in with a variety of other trails, too.”
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Park
“There is a nature center and hiking trails through the woods and along the Potomac river with beautiful city views”
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Wandelpad
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Tourist Information Center
“Stroll along the C&O Canal Back when Georgetown was a bustling tobacco port, the historic Chesapeake and Ohio Canal began its 184-mile route right here in Washington. These days, what remains is a serene, unhurried towpath that’s perfect for walking, running and cycling – or just taking in a quiet moment of peace.”
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Park
“A popular biking and walking trail that runs through Arlington and into DC. It's a great ride if you're looking for something nearby! ”
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Park
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Wandelpad
“Yes, you can walk across the bridge! Safe walking paths on both sides. Hike to Alexandria, VA, grab a sandwich, and hike back. Park at MGM Casino garage (Free!).”
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Wandelpad
“Rode this trail from Bethesda to Georgetown. The trail is paved and where it is not it is smooth riding. A commuter path for the locals; as many riders/runners access the trail to run or bike to work. Heavy traffic at times but was well spaced apart. The trail is well marked and offers great views of the Potomac River. The trail has many access points through the neighborhoods it travels through. Most are a stair climb though. The trail ends at the Keys Bridge. If you keep veering to the right after the Keys Bridge you will reach the Washington Monument, The Capitol and other American historic buildings.”
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Wandelpad
“stream valley park and walking/biking trail that leads you to Rock Creek Park. Access From Klingle Rd at Cortland Pl.”
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