Washington DC area is rich with many off-street and on-street bike trails. Hence, anyone can have a wonderful biking experience there because you can find hundreds of interconnected bike trails in Washington DC. Not only biking, but also these routes are suitable for walking, roller blading, and jogging. Hence, they are always crowded especially on holidays and weekends. Here we are going to describe some popular bike trails in the city.
Capital Crescent Trail: 11 Miles - Georgetown, D.C. to Silver Spring, MD
Custis Trail (I-66 Trail): 4 Miles - Runs along I-66 in Arlington County, VA
Mount Vernon Trail: 18 Miles - Starts at Mount Vernon, Virginia to Roosevelt Island - runs along the Potomac River
Chesapeake & Ohio Towpath: 184 Miles - Starting in Washington, DC and ending in Cumberland, MD
Washington & Old Dominion: 45 Miles - Runs from Shirlington VA near I-395 to Purcellville in Loudoun County
Rock Creek Park Trail: 25 Miles - Runs from Washington DC to Lake Needwood Park in Montgomery County, MD
North Bethesda Trail: 4 Miles - The trail connecting Bethesda to the city of Rockville, Maryland
Henson Creek Trail: 5.8 Miles - The extends from Oxon Hill Road to Temple Hill Road in Prince George's County, Maryland
Cross Island Trail: 5 Miles - The trail spans Kent Island west and east, from Terrapin Nature Park on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay to the Kent Narrows
Torrey C. Brown Trail: 41 Miles - The trail extends from Cockeysville, MD to York, Pennsylvania
BWI Trail: 11 Miles - The scenic trail encircles BWI Airport
Baltimore, & Annapolis Trail: 13 Miles - The trail extends between Annapolis and Glen Burnie, MD. The trail also connects to the BWI Trail.
Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis Trail: 5.6 Miles - The trail runs from Route 450 in Glenn Dale, northeast to the Patuxent River, MD
Four Mile Run Trail: 7 Miles - The trail in Arlington, VA that runs along Four Mile Run from Falls Church to the Mount Vernon Trail near Reagan National Airport
Anacostia Tributary Trail System: 27 Miles - The ATTS provides miles of uninterrupted trails along the tributaries of the Anacostia River through suburban Maryland and parts of the District of Columbia