• The C&O Canal a few miles above Great Falls VA
  • “The Georgetown” canal boat at Georgetown. Mile 0 of the C&O Canal
  • Crossing the Youghiogheny at Ohiopyle on the Great Allegheny Passage
  • Great Falls of the Potomac
  • Keystone viaduct on the Great Allegheny Passage
  • Mount Vernon home of George Washington
  • Dyke Marsh on the Mount Vernon Trail
  • View of the Potomac from Mount Vernon
  • Volunteers muscle a stepping stone into place on the PHT
  • Volunteers install a gravel tread on the PHT
  • Volunteers getting ready for action!
  • The C&O Canal a few miles below Great Falls VA
  • View of Harpers Ferry WVA from the C&O Canal
  • The Wide Water section of the C&O canal
  • The Paw Paw tunnel on the C&O Canal
  • A nice view of some wind mills on the GAP
  • A very picturesque spot on the GAP

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Thomas Nashe (1567-1601)

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The South County Federation voted unanimously (1/13/15) to support the scenic Cliffs of Occoquan Trail. A big step!  The PHTA/Fairfax Trails and Streams has advocated for this several times at the group's monthly meetings, and at recent public hearings.  But opposition is strong from Fairfax Water. This one is worth fighting for! With Vulcan Quarry, they come before the Fairfax Co. Planning Commission on Feb. 12 to propose vastly enlarging the quarry at Lorton and eventually turning it into a reservoir.  The project is subject to compliance with the Countywide Trails Plan, which specifies a trail along the entire Fairfax County shore of the Occoquan River.  This route, through dense woodland, has spectacular views of the river far below.   Please contact...
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The winter light takes on many moods along the Bles Park Trail, which our volunteers recently reopened and improved. Photos crossposted at www.facebook/potomacTrail ...
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Here are photos from our Dec. 13 work trip at Bles Park. We had 13 volunteers, including five Elders from the Latter Day Saints, five PHTA members and local residents. We cleared 1.4 miles of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail. The weather was great and we all had a good time. ...
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UPDATE 12/5  We are postponing this to Sat. Dec. 13, 9-noon, due to rain.  Hope to see you there! Dec. 6, 9am: Meet at Bles Park, Ashburn VA, 9am-noon.  With Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.  Clear overgrown 0.7 mile section of Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail; sidehill to make treadway level.  Create several loop trail options. This will extend 5 miles of continuous Potomac Heritage Trail north/west of parking area to Elizabeth Mills Park, Kephart Landing Park, and Coton Bridge over Goose Creek. In the future we hope to extend the trail east to Algonkian Park where there are 11 completed miles to Great Falls Park. From Route 7 turn north on Loudoun County Parkway, then first right on George Washington Blvd,...
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