Anyone who has driven along I-270 in Frederick/Montgomery County in central Maryland has probably noticed this rolling, forested monadnock. This setting is unique in many ways from it's ownership (private but open to all) to it's geographical origin. There are picnic facilities, hiking and even climbing options and an opportunity to unwind from the massive, hectic metropolitan life area just to the south. As soon as you start driving up the winding road towards the summit you will feel like you have entered a reserve.
This is also a wonderful place to view Maryland's fall foliage or a light snowfall. It really isn't far from 270; maybe 10 minutes or so and well worth a visit almost anytime.
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