Hike the Sugarloaf Yellow Trail

Sugarloaf Yellow Trail

Distance

7.77 Miles

Elevation Gain

892 Feet

Activities

Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

Forest
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

Trek through a wildlife-rich Oak and Hickory forest and see the White Rocks, a series of cliffs overlooking the Monocacy and Potomac river valleys.

Park in the lot off of Comus Road (see map) to access the trail. Trail is shared by hikers, runners, bikers, and equestrians, and dogs are welcome too. Wildlife are abundant, and even black bears live here. 

Photos: butforthesky.com

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

Nearby Lodging

From $133/night

Liberty Hill Camp

Aspers, Pennsylvania

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Beautiful

Sugarloaf is a beautiful place to escape the craziness of DC. It offers both hiking trails and roads that take you to some pretty great views. This trail passes some pretty neat little abandoned buildings on the way up which make for a fun pitstop.

Distance

7.77 Miles

Elevation Gain

892 Feet

Activities

Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

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