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The Mount Vernon Trail is a 17-mile paved hiker/biker path in Northern Virginia that travels between Rosslyn and George Washington's home at Mount Vernon. It is part of the Potomac Heritage Trail, which is one of only 11 National Scenic Trails designated by Congress.

The Mount Vernon Trail is a 17-mile paved hiker/biker path in Northern Virginia that travels between Rosslyn and George Washington's home at Mount Vernon. It is part of the Potomac Heritage Trail, which is one of only 11 National Scenic Trails designated by Congress.

Mount Vernon Trail starts in Washington D.C. & goes through Alexandria, VA, beautiful wooded countryside and all the way to George Washington's home.

Mount Vernon Trail starts in Washington D.C. & goes through Alexandria, VA, beautiful wooded countryside and all the way to George Washington's home.

Mount Vernon George Washington Estate just outside of Washington, D.C. http://neatmethod.com/blog

Visiting Mount Vernon, the Home of George Washington

"The Mount Vernon Trail is an 18-mile paved multi-use trail that stretches from George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate to Theodore Roosevelt Island. It connects with regional trails, including the Potomac Heritage, Custis, Rock Creek, Four Mile Run, and Woodrow Wilson Bridge Trails."

"The Mount Vernon Trail is an 18-mile paved multi-use trail that stretches from George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate to Theodore Roosevelt Island. It connects with regional trails, including the Potomac Heritage, Custis, Rock Creek, Four Mile Run, and Woodrow Wilson Bridge Trails."

Nestled in Fairfax County's Hybla Valley, Huntley Meadows Park is a rich, natural and historical island of over 1,500 acres in the suburban sea of Northern Virginia. It harbors a nationally significant historic house, majestic forests, wildflower-speckled meadows and vast wetlands bursting with life.

Nestled in Fairfax County's Hybla Valley, Huntley Meadows Park is a rich, natural and historical island of over 1,500 acres in the suburban sea of Northern Virginia. It harbors a nationally significant historic house, majestic forests, wildflower-speckled meadows and vast wetlands bursting with life.

Pope-Leighey House | Alexandria, Virginia | Frank Lloyd Wright | photo by Maxwell Mackenzie

Pope-Leighey House | Alexandria, Virginia | Frank Lloyd Wright | photo by Maxwell Mackenzie

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