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Seneca Ridge Trail, MD

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Distance One Way 5.7 miles
Trailhead Elevation 236 feet
Elevation Gain 116 feet
Accumulated Gain 529 feet
Kokopelli Seeds 7.46
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Sun  5:23am - 7:03pm
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5.8 miles - moderate
Located in the upland areas on the south bank of Seneca Creek, the Seneca Ridge Trail provides a shared-use connection between Clopper Lake and Schaeffer Farm. Those willing to venture farther from the trailhead are rewarded by great unsullied vistas to Seneca Creek. So much fun for running and bicycling, this trail greatly increased interest in travelling-by-trail between Clopper and Schaeffer.

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