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Blue blaze trail markers are set often, generally easy to see, but many parts of the hike will be very slow rock / boulder fields. I loved this, but it may not be for everyone. Great views of the Potomac, plus short walk on the...More
Hiking up the Potomac on the Maryland side, from Old Angler's Inn to the Park is a wonderful way to spend a weekend afternoon with the family. We took kids, dogs, backpacks with drinks and snacks, dressed in good walking shoes, ready for mud, a...More
Before I took this trail I was advised it had “some rocks” - no, it is ALL rocks. And there’s no way to get out of them. Not for anyone without sure footing or older people. It had too many rocks to really be enjoyable.
This trail is not for the beginner or anyone with physical dis-abilities. It is a trail for amazing view of the fall line Potomac River at its wildest point within 25 miles of downtown Washington DC. It is a long side trail off the the...More
The billy goat trail is wonderful! Definitely not a dog friendly trail seeing as you need to climb around rocks and down a fairly steep slightly difficult rock wall. But the views from this trail and the fun you have climbing and searching for the...More
This trail never disappoints. This has rocks to climb, places to chill out, great views, trees, and even ends near the Great Falls overlook. If you are in the area and want a great day outside getting exercise, this is the trail. Good for people...More
We visited the Billy Goat Trail on Sat. 27 Oct. 2018. Park in the free lots across from the Old Angler’s Inn on MacArthur Blvd. Checkout the trail map and info board in the lot and follow the trail about 700’ to cross the bridge...More
We went to Billy Goat Trail this past weekend to get in a good hike, and did we ever! We decided to park in the lot for trailhead A and then take the shadier path on Berma Road, which was a good idea considering how...More