Sat, Feb 25|
Hike: Appalachian Trail/Annapolis Rocks, MD
The central section of the Maryland portion of AT provides one of the most popular hikes in Maryland on account of the views from Black Rock and Annapolis Rocks.
Time & Location
Feb 25, 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM EST
Annapolis Rocks, 11175 Baltimore National Pike, Myersville, MD 21773, USA
About the Event
$36. Long hike: 13 mi., 2,000 ft. ascent. Moderate hike: 9 mi., 1,000 ft. ascent.
Long hikers will start from Raven’s Rock Road, crossing Little Antietam Creek (a bridge is available about ¼ mile from the trail if the water runs high) and passing the Ensign Cowall shelter. Moderate hikers will begin at Wolfsville Road. All hikers will pass the Pogo campsite, and then take an optional spur trail to the Black Rock Cliffs overlook and a second optional spur trail to the view at Annapolis Rocks of the Hagerstown Valley, finishing at the parking area on Rte. 40.