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"Buddy" Attick Park

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The trail in "Buddy" Attick Park is a fairly wide and open dirt/cinder loop trail that goes around Greenbelt Lake. The trail is 1.25 miles in length and is utilized by bikers, runners, and walkers. There are slight elevation changes throughout the loop and little to no roots or bumps. This is the ideal place to train on a daily basis so that you can more effectively tear up some singletrack on the weekend. It is much less crowded early in the morning as opposed to after 5:00 p.m. when the work crowd begins to show up or on weekends during the day.
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Trail Directions
From Baltimore, take I-95 south to where it merges with the D.C. Beltway. Continue on I-95 south and exit Kennilworth Avenue. As you exit, veer to your left and you come to a stop light. Make a left onto Kennilworth Avenue. Make a right on Crescent Drive. The park is 1/4 mile or less on your right.
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1.25 Miles
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Review Date
June 18, 2005

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 1 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: ahopper ,  Cross Country Rider

This is a fantastic little trail to train on. I have been riding it for many years now (3-5 times per week) and agree that you should ride early in the morning to avoid crowds, bith on weekdays or weekends. This is NOT a destination trail but if you live in the Greenbelt/College Park area, it is a good, peaceful place to ride. My score rates this trail as a training/cardio trail only, not as a challenging and exciting singletrack destination.

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