Jun 19th, 2021 for 1 day.
Come walk on the shaded path by Little Seneca lake then through the "downtown" of Germantown for some refreshment before heading back to the start/finish.
Sep 11th, 2021 for 1 day.
This event is a memorial to Mr. Easterday, an avid volkssporter, by his children.
Oct 2nd, 2021 for 1 day.
Walk around Historic Frederick and then partake in the town's Oktoberfest celebration. If you register for the walk, you receive free admission to the Oktoberfest!
Mar 1st, 2021 to Dec 31st, 2021
Set in a quiet corner of Montgomery County, Davis Airport has the charm of an old fashioned country airstrip. Also walk through the orchards and around the grounds of the JSS Spiritual Mission.
May 1st, 2021 to Sep 30th, 2021
Visit historic Silver Spring or the eclectic village of Takoma Park or walk on the Sligo Creek multi-use trail. All have interesting sights and lots of history.
Nov 1st, 2021 to Dec 30th, 2021
Come visit the Holiday Lights and Christmas Tree display at the Mormon Temple. You may also listen to a choral concert while you are at the Visitors Center. For Fall Colors, walk through Garrett Park.
START POINT MOVED - The Start Box is now at the Yogi Castle in the mall.
If the weather is frightful, you can walk in the mall. If the weather is pleasant, you can walk outside on the natural surface trails of Cabin John Regional Park.
The park offers beautiful scenery, historic sites and over 25 miles of trails. There is an extensive wetland area on the Upper Western Piedmont Trail, home to the Eastern Bluebird and Timberdoodle.
The Damascus Recreational Park sits on 284 acres and has multiple outdoor athletic fields and courts for general recreation. The multi-use trail follows the Magruder Branch Stream Valley.
If the weather is awful/frightful outside, come walk inside!
Walk the natural surface trails in Lois Green Park, by ponds, blue bird boxes and under the flight path for the nearby airport.
You have a choice of 2 trails. Both include a lake and residential areas.
Come stroll the wooded natural surface trails of Seneca Creek State Park or along its roads. There are two 10k natural surface trails and one 10k trail that goes along the paved roads.
Watch a new community being built. There are several communities in this area. All are new or being built. Every time you walk this event, you will see new homes and buildings.
Walk through the woods along the Little Patuxent River, and walk by a very busy small airport.
Take a hike on the Appalachian Trail in MD. For a FLAT hike, leave Harper's Ferry via the bridge over the Potomac River, turn right on the C&O Canal towpath. Walk your distance and return.
Come visit the Raptor Exhibit!
There are 2 trails; one to the north on the Rock Creek multi-use trail to Lake Needwood, or one to the south on the Rock Creek trail to the Parklawn Memorial Cemetery.
Come walk a section of a beautiful 4.5 mile trail in the heart of Montgomery County. This trail was named for the famous explorer Matthew Henson. Read about his life on storyboards along the trail.
Visit the planned Villages of Urbana as well as the District Park with its plentiful recreation fields. Also walk through the old section of Urbana.
Walk past many of the Embassies that are in Washington D.C. or up to the National Cathedral.
Walk to Georgetown, a thriving city that was established before Washington D.C. was built. Now it contains many of the upscale homes in D.C. and is home to Georgetown University.
ALERT - The National Zoo is scheduled to re-open to visitors on May 21st with timed entry tickets.
The 5k trail goes through the National Zoo. The Zoo is currently closed to visitors. The 10k trail goes through the Adams Morgan section of D.C. and includes the National Cathedral.
Trail is on city sidewalks and streets through the county seat of Carroll County. It passes the courthouse, historic homes and churches, and goes through the McDaniel College campus.
The Sligo Creek Trail is a 10.2 mile hard-surface trail that is one of the oldest trails in the County. Wheaton boasts activities and attractions that are as eclectic and diverse as its residents.