Jason Devaney

Washington, West Virginia

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  1. Hains Point - Cycling

    Washington

    Hains Point is an island that offers views of Washington, D.C. and the surrounding areas.

  2. Potomac Heritage Trail - Hiking

    Washington

    The Potomac Heritage Trail is comprised of several trails through three states and the District of Columbia, totaling 830 miles.

  3. Where to Log Winter Miles in Washington DC

    Washington

    It may be chilly, but blissfully uncrowded trails are a welcome reward for braving the conditions to log winter miles in DC.

  4. On Home Turf: A World-Class Ultrarunner Reveals His Favorite D.C. Routes

    Washington

    World-class ultrarunner, Michael Wardian, unveils his favorite training destinations in his hometown of DC as well as what makes them special.

  5. Jennings Randolph Lake - Fishing

    West Virginia

    This lake is home to some trophy-sized walleye, but catching these fish isn't always easy.

  6. W&OD Trail - Cycling

    Washington

    The W&OD Trail is built on an old train line and stretches 45 miles to the western suburbs of Washington, D.C.

  7. Mount Weather - Cycling

    Washington

    Mount Weather is a challenging climb for road cyclists, and it has both a north and south route.

  8. Sugarloaf Mountain - Cycling

    Washington

    Sugarloaf Mountain is a 1.3-mile climb that is a great mid-ride challenge for road cyclists.

  9. Prince William Forest Park - Cycling

    Washington

    Prince William Forest Park has 11 miles of paved roads and is ideal for both outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife watchers

  10. Rock Creek Park - Cycling

    Washington

    Rock Creek Park cuts through the center of the nation’s capital and offers miles of roads and paved paths for cyclists.

  11. Capital Crescent Trail - Road Running

    Washington

    The Capital Crescent Trail is a 7-mile paved route that links Bethesda, Md. with the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

  12. Custis Trail - Road Running

    Washington

    The Custis Trail is a four-mile paved route that serves as a crucial connector between two major trails in the Washington, D.C. area.

  13. Mount Vernon Trail - Cycling

    Washington

    The 18-mile Mount Vernon Trail starts at Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington, and skirts along the George Washington Memorial Parkway and the Potomac River.

  14. Skyline Drive Scenic Highway - Cycling

    Washington

    Skyline Drive is a 105-mile scenic road that climbs 15,000 feet through Shenandoah National Park.

  15. National Mall - Road Running

    Washington

    The National Mall stretches nearly two miles between the Lincoln Memorial and the Capitol Building in the heart of the nation’s capital.

  16. W&OD Trail - Road Running

    Washington

    The W&OD Trail is a 45-mile paved trail stretching from just outside of Washington, D.C. to the suburbs in western Loudoun County, Va.

  17. Hains Point - Road Running

    Washington

    Hains Point is an island on the southwestern corner of Washington, D.C. with a four-mile road tailor-made for running.

  18. Fairfax County Parkway Trail - Road Running

    Washington

    The Fairfax County Parkway Trail travels from north to south through one of the busiest areas in the Washington, D.C. region.

  19. Capital Crescent Trail - Cycling

    Washington

    The 7-mile Capital Crescent Trail is a crucial link between Montgomery County, Md. and Washington, D.C.

  20. Rock Creek Park - Trail Running

    Washington

    Rock Creek Park boasts 32 miles of trails over several route options.

  21. Mount Vernon Trail - Road Running

    Washington

    The 18-mile Mount Vernon Trail links Arlington, Va. with the home of George Washington, south of Alexandria.

  22. Burke Lake Park - Trail Running

    Washington

    The gravel trail at Burke Lake Park measures 4.7 miles and features a gentle elevation profile.

  23. Wakefield Park - Trail Running

    Washington

    Wakefield Park features several miles of singletrack and doubletrack trails.

  24. Fountainhead Regional Park - Trail Running

    Washington

    Fountainhead Regional Park is less than 30 miles from the nation's capital and serves as a great starting point for an 18-mile trail.

  25. Seneca Creek State Park - Trail Running

    Washington

    A slice of the Seneca Creek State Park sits around a lake outside of Washington, D.C. and has more than 11 miles of trails.