Jason Devaney

Washington, West Virginia

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  1. City Market

    More than 100 vendors attend the Charlottesville City Market every weekend

  2. Shenandoah National Park Trust

    Virginia's Shenandoah National Park is a 200,000-acre swath of land whose closest point from Washington, D.C is about 75 miles. The park is home to tens of thousands of animals, from insects and birds to deer and even bears. All of the lands are pro...

  3. Riprap Trail

    About an hour's drive west of Charlottesville lies a challenging hiking loop with more than 2,000 feet of elevation gain. The 9.8-mile Riprap Trail is in the southern area of Shenandoah National Park, which has more than 300 square miles of ...

  4. Three Notch’d Brewing Company

    With more than 40 beers in its quiver, Three Notch’d Brewing Company is a must-visit for beer lovers traveling through Charlottesville, VA.

  5. Cacapon River - Flat Water Paddling

    West Virginia

    Like the lazy river water ride at an amusement park, the Cacapon River is perfect for paddlers looking for a relaxing float downstream.

  6. Rock Creek Park: Washington, D.C.'s Most Technical Trail


    Rock Creek Park in the heart of Washington, D.C. is 2,000-acre slice of natural, largely untouched land with more than 32 miles of trail.

  7. Saunders-Monticello Trail

    The Saunders-Monticello Trail is a two-mile path which gently winds up the side of Carter Mountain until reaching the Monticello plantation.

  8. Rosaryville State Park - Mountain Biking


    The park has about 11 miles of singletrack trails that climb somewhere around 800 feet, and the jagged elevation profile looks worse than it actually is. Still, the trails — which consist of a perimeter loop and a shorter one that cuts into the southern end of the park — are twisty and hilly.

  9. Wakefield Park - Mountain Biking


    Wakefield Park is home to more than a half dozen miles of trails in a network that is one of the best for mountain biking in the Washington, D.C. region. Roughly seven miles of trails wind through the wilderness and along a power line section that hosts several local races every year. The trails within the park cater to all types of riders, so it really is an ideal spot for anyone that wants to shred for a few hours.

  10. 10 Best Hikes in Washington, D.C.


    Hiking in Washington, DC takes you away into wilderness areas that get you back in touch with nature. Here are 10 of the best.

  11. Whiteoak Canyon to Old Rag: Washington D.C.'s Most Epic Backpacking Trip


    Whiteoak Canyon to Old Rag is a fantastic area to backpack and camp, with the added bonus of climbing the famous mountain.

  12. Clopper Lake


    Seneca Creek State Park, situated in Gaithersburg, Md. just 30 minutes outside of downtown DC has 6,300 acres of beautiful landscape, including fields, forests, creeks, and lakes.

  13. Black Hill Regional Park


    Situated in the upper reaches of Montgomery County, Maryland, the 2,000-plus-acres of Black Hill Regional Park have several great options for paddlers in the Washington, D.C. area.

  14. Lake Needwood


    Sitting in the northern section of the park is Lake Needwood, a gem in the middle of Montgomery County. The 75-acre lake is in Derwood, a small village between Gaithersburg and Rockville.

  15. Riley's Lock


    One great spot for paddling is Riley’s Lock, where the Potomac River is wide and calm, with a gentle current, and the views are spectacular.

  16. Pohick Bay Regional Park


    Pohick Bay sits roughly 25 miles south of Washington, D.C. and is essentially an extension of the Potomac River. The waters here are ideal for a nice day on the water in all sorts of watercraft.

  17. C & O Canal


    While the 184.5-mile C&O Canal is no longer used for its original purpose of transporting freight, it is still a wonderful spot for those looking to get outside for a run, bike, walk, or paddle, and brings a little history along with it.

  18. Georgetown Key Bridge


    For paddlers in the Washington, DC area, there's no better spot than around the Key Bridge in Georgetown on the Potomac River. At this point the Potomac is wide and offers a safe and enjoyable setting for paddlers of all skill levels.

  19. Great Falls National Park - Paddling


    When it comes to white water rafting in the DC area, there's no bigger challenge than the waters near Great Falls National Park. The rapids are rated from novice to extreme, so there's room for white water paddlers of all skill levels to check out this challenging spot with dramatic views of the cliffs overlooking the Potomac River.

  20. 4 Fall Military Races to Test Your Running Mettle in DC


    From a mile to a marathon, here's your chance to compete with the best of the best at one of these iconic military running races in the DC area.

  21. Lake Fairfax Park - Mountain Biking


    The trails at Lake Fairfax Park amount to about a dozen miles of singletrack in the western suburbs of Washington, D.C. Located in Reston, Va., the park is home to a network of several trails that encircle Lake Fairfax and takes up almost 500 acres of land in busy Fairfax County.

  22. Bears Den Park: Northern Virginia's Most Unique Outdoor Getaway


    Featuring sweeping views, a European-style castle, and access to the Appalachian Trail, Bears Den Park is easily one of Virginia's most unique outdoor getaways.

  23. Great Falls Park - Hiking


    Great Falls Park features hiking trails on both the Maryland and Virginia sides of the Potomac River.

  24. The Espresso Ride: A Powerhouse Combo of Bikes and Coffee in DC


    Winter rides aren't for the faint of heart. Which is why you should consider a weekly espresso ride to amp up the fun (and cadence!).

  25. Climbing Near the Nation's Capital: Where to Go to Get Started


    Climbing in DC is growing more and more popular everyday. Here's what you need to know (and where you should go) to get started.