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MD-Loch Raven

Loch Raven Watershed
Townson MD

Trail Conditions Forum Here

Trail Liaison: Bob Compton, Dave Blum, LochRaven@more-mtb.org
Spring 2010 Trailwork Days: Sat. April 10, Sun. May 1, Sat. June 19, Sat. August 21, Sat, October 16


At the present, there are 12 miles of designated ‘woods road’ open to mountain bikes at the Loch Raven Watershed. The woods roads are old logging roads that now serve as fire roads and utility access roads.

Notes: A proposal has been submitted to Baltimore City DPW to increase the amount of trails designated for mountain bike use. Please visit lochraventrailaccess.com or join loch raven trail users on facebook for the latest updates.


695 to Dulaney Valley Rd north. Left onto Seminary. Park along Seminary Rd in front of the church. To access the trail, pedal east back along Seminary Rd, crossing Dulaney Valley Rd, proceed 400 yards and enter the fire road at the guard rail on the left. Beware of traffic along Seminary and at the busy intersection with Dulaney Valley Rd.
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Trail Information

Trail Length: 12 total. 7 miles 1 way from Seminary at Dulaney to Providence at Loch Raven Drive. There are 2 other short sections of designated fire rd w/in the watershed – a short loop east of Loch Raven Drive & 4m from Jarretsville Pike through to Warren Rd but there is very little parking to access that section.

Trail Type: Fire Road

Trail Level: Beginner to intermediate

Number of Trails: 3 non contiguous fire roads

Website: http://www.savetheraven.com/
Facebook: loch raven trail users

Fees: None

Park Hours: Dawn to dusk

Night Riding: N/A

Last edited by liznotter; December 27th, 2010 at 11:20 AM.

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