It's about 20 miles from the trailhead in Hunt Valley to the Maryland/Pennsylvania line. Could someone please explain this to me. Began this ride north of the trail at Railroad PA along the Heritage Trail that joins the Torrey (also named NCR). Trail conditions. Simply wonderful from White Hall (11 mile post) to Ashland (0 mile post) and back. The most popular activities on the trail are hiking, jogging, bicycle riding and horseback riding. We rode the trail today from Cockeysville, MD to New Freedom today. We have seen lots of wildlife including a red fox. parking at Monkton was a challenge on a Saturday afternoon (White Hall looks much better) but the ride north to the Pa line was beautiful and not too crowded. Become a member and wear your FREE T-Shirt with pride. This summer my wife just gave up and turned back, too scared to ford one which completely covered the trail for maybe 20-30 feet. It just doesn't get much better than this. They continue to ride side by side creating a potential situation for an accident.We all can have a lot of fun if we just remember we're not the only one on the trail and we don't own it.". means no kissing the hikers! The organization was led by Secretary Torrey C. Brown at the time and the pathway, originally called the Northern Central Railroad Trail, was renamed in his honor in 2007. The trail was busy in the morning and we saw quite a few runners. This beautiful trail is oftentimes ruined by users who have no trail etiquette - pedestrians who allow their dogs to go unleashed; trail cyclists who speed (yes, there is a speed limit on this trail); trail cyclists who fail to use mirrors, stay to the right, stop on the trail, wear earbuds; road cyclists who ride in groups, thinking they're part of Le Tour and mistakenly think they enjoy all the rights of way they have on the road; general rudeness of all types of users who simply don't acknowledge other trail users. The Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail is one of the best hiking and biking trails in the Mid-Atlantic region. Besides the York County Rail Trail (this trail continues the Rail Trail south), this is one of the best trails to mush on. For the purpose of the trail guide, I am including only information about the Maryland portion of the trail – called the NCR or Torrey C Brown Rail Trail. I felt like there really was very little room to pass. Trail conditions for a rail-trail were very good. Any dogs (though our groups tends to have northern breeds like Siberians and Malamutes). I did it at sunset when it was getting dark; it was almost spooky riding through those woods.This trail comes under the auspices of Gunpowder Falls State Park and convieniences (restroms, benches, drinking water) are located along the trail, though some show signs of wear and age. We went on Sunday of Labor Day weekend. My ride was on a weekday, so traffic was light. My eleven year old son had an interesting comment on the NRCT trail...he said it is "mysterious". I've been looking for a trail that has so much to offer, It's my new go to spot to get miles in. They are regulated the same as all other bicycles, and are subject to all applicable bicycle rules and regulations regarding operation and safety equipment. Wide enough for everybody. But I absolutely love this trail, and plan to use it every weekend possible. The Northern Central Railroad Trail (NCR Trail) also known as The Torrey C. Brown Trail extends 20 miles, stretching from Ashland Road in the Hunt Valley area to the Pennsylvania line.The trail is 10 feet wide with a stone dust surface. I generally begin my rides at the south terminus (Ashland) and cycle north. The Torrey C. Brown Trail is ADA accessible. Carmel Road. I have been riding this trail for 25 years and I am sorry to see it not as well maintained as it used to be. Signs state that motorized vehicles are not allowed, so I assume the growth is a result of lax maintenance. The history of the rail corridor dates back to 1832, when the Northern Central Railroad carried passengers—people vacationing at Bentley Springs—and freight between Baltimore and York or Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The PA side is very consistent crushed stone, and quite easy to ride on even with a road bike. This has got to be one of the nicest trails anywhere in the Mid-Atlantic area. The trail itself is very flat, which makes long distance riding fairly easy. First time to use the trail with my wife and we had a ball. There were a few spots that seemed very smooth so I'd greatly enjoy those spots. ", "After purchasing my Trek 4900 Mountain Bike I started out to find a trail to ride so I put my computer to work and came up on a trail called the Northern Central Railroad Trail. I usually start at parking lot 1 at the 0.5 marker Nd ride into Pa and back. One can encounter all of these types of offenders in just one excursion. So we put them in sledding harnesses, hook them to a set of wheels (bike, scooter, rig)(or sleds when there is snow) and run on the trail. For a mountain bike, I'm sure that this trail is sufficient enough. ", "I did a portion of this trail, accessing the trail in Freeland where I parked in the paved lot. I had many times where the mud was so bad that I could barely pedal my bike. "Happy Trails". Trail is well maintained , lots of pull off picnic tables,safe, well marked road crossings and ice cream shop back at Monckton. In fall, it tends to be overly cool. (There was one tree down from a recent storm.) I cant recommend this trail strongly enough. We split a meat lovers Stromboli and a salad. It's a pretty narrow path too, and in some spots wet due to the tubers. I did not know before riding this trail that it was the route Lincoln took from Washington going to give the Gettysburg address. Once you cross the Mason-Dixon Line and you are in Pennsylvania, the trail becomes the York County Heritage Rail Trail. The transitions from trail to bridges and at road crossings are also very rough. Overall, I really love the whole trail and I highly recommend it. My straight-bar, GIANT hybrid handled it well though. A rental shop here offers both bikes and inner tubes for floating down the Big Gunpowder River, which parallels the southern end of the trail. ", "Very well maintained trail with great scenery! Today I found an evenly packed surface that provided an excellent roll. The Torrey C. Brown Trail, formerly known as the Northern Central Railroad Trail (NCRT) extends 20 miles, stretching from Ashland Road in the Hunt Valley area to the state line. Overall I highly recommend riding or running/walking this trail. There's room for at least 10 cars. Heaven on Earth. The trail can get crowded near the trailheads on weekends and holidays but is for the most part peaceful. My wife dropped me off in Ashland and we met up for lunch in New Freedom at Paesano's Pizza . ", "Pretty scenery, all downhill from New Freedom, in PA, trail surface not always the greatest, some spots muddy after rain, but basically it's a nice trail. Some of the parking along the road has been lost but the new spaces more than compensate. I suggest catching a York Revolution’s baseball game if they have a home game. The trail has good restroom and water facilities. I rode from Seven Valleys to the Maryland border today for my first journey on this trail. Frequented by joggers, dog walkers and bikers but normally not overly crowded even on nice weekends. One of the more popular trails is the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail, an old railway corridor that extends over 20 miles from Cockeysville to the border of Pennsylvania, and features a mix of bridges, asphalt, and gravel terrain. I've been living out in the Mid-Atlantic for several years now, and continuously look for good places to venture outdoors. Turn right on York Road and make a quick left onto Monkton Road. The trail ranges from a 10-ft wide path with a grass strip in the middle to a nice 20+ ft compact stone path. My In-Laws live in York and I like to ride the whole trail. From thick canopy to several open runs, it keeps your interest as you ride along. The converted train station at Monkton serves as the trail headquarters and has good services for hikers and bikers. The trail connects to Maryland's 20-mile long Torrey C. Brown Trail. Ranger Station 1820 Monkton Road Monkton, MD 21111. Not sure why? what a treat this is, well groomed, beautiful scenery, friendly peeps, a treasure in our backyard. Pretty scenary and the hills aren't too bad which suprised me since we were headed towards PA and when driving on I83, they have huge hills! Compared to the Pennsylvania portion which I also rode six miles north and return, it is seriously deficient. Although they indicated that most were retrieved by way of magnets, obviously they were not all found. I rode on a beautiful Sunday in early June; the trail gets busy especially as I got closer to Cockeysville but everyone was courteous and respectful. ", "Having ridden this trail since it opened I still find it to be a great ride. Hopefully, can report more on the YCH in another review. DNR does a great job and saw several crews working which was nice. Let me say, we don’t ride a lot but knew we wanted more than a few miles. We traveled to the end of the trail, which was now asphalt, took some pictures and then worked our way to the hotel for the night. Very rough trail. Monkton Station - From I-83 N, take exit 27 and turn right on Mt. Rode a portion of this trail with scouts a few years ago. Amenities along the route include picnic and park benches, drinking fountains for hikers, bikers and four-legged friends, and portable restrooms. The trail follows an abandoned railroad corridor through the countryside of Northern Maryland. It's a very scenic ride along the Big Gunpowder Falls, with frequent viewing areas, bathrooms, park benches and picnic areas. Everyone staying safe with masks and social distancing. Another thing that I really like is that the tree canopy is very thick the entire way, providing shelter from both the sun and the wind. I was a little surprise when I went into the eatery at Monkton (7 miles works up an appitite) and ask for a large burger and found they only served veggie foods. There are a couple stretches where the trail seems to narrow to perhaps 6 feet wide. ""While some riders do ""skinny up"" when other riders approach, far too many do not. There are picnic tables, bathrooms, and even a little snack bar set out by one of the local residents. We rode from New Freedom almost to the end past Monkton and return, a total of about 47 miles. Pretty much shaded the entire way. All total we spent about 4 hours out. The Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail (TCB), the official name of the Northern Central Railroad (NCR) Trail, is a rail trail that runs along an abandoned railroad corridor where the Northern Central Railway once operated. The new parking lot that was built on Paper Mill Road is great. I rode this trail on May 7th 2012, a Monday, not very busy but the ride was very delightful. There are multiple parking lots along the trail, and multiple different opportunities for recreation. ", "We covered this trail and also 1.5 miles of the York County Heritage trail which connects to the NCR in PA. But none of which were the toll-taking kind. I had no trouble finding parking at the Paper Mill lot. "We drove from Fairfax, Virginia, to ride this trail, and it was one of the nicest we've ridden. The northern half, less so. Great walking/cycling trail, following the original path of the North Central Railroad, from Ashland, Hunt Valley the 20 miles to Freeland Pennsylvania. Lastly, there is a tube float place in Monkton and 100s of people were walking 2 miles up the trail with the tubes. Would like to see more mileage signs though. Perfect for Hybrid bikes, crushed gravel and flat. There is just the right amount of tree cover to make it pretty cool for the early morning ride. By the way we're seniors so judging by the way we feel we'll be hitting the bed early. When it was constructed in 1984 along the abandoned North-Central Railroad, the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail was one of the first rails-to-trails projects in the Mid-Atlantic Region. My wife had brought a granola bar with her. I rode my mountain bike on the trail and felt that I got a nice leisurely ride while still being able to go fast enough to get a good workout. I saw more people on the Torrey Trail than I had on the Heritage Trail, and it was pleasant. Parking and Trail Access To reach parking near the southernmost endpoint, take I-83 toward the Maryland–-Pennsylvania state line. Check or FAQs for more common login questions. I'm pretty sure it has not rained very much so I cannot understand the condition of the trail. I look forward to going back a riding the entire 20 miles to PA. Bob A. If the trail gets wet, be prepared for really cleaning your bike and yourself thoroughly. If you see us, stop and ask us about how mush fun it is! There is plenty of parking, so if one parking lot is full, just drive to the next one. The trail was resurfaced in late summer of 2002. The Northern Central Railroad Trail (NCR Trail), recently renamed the Torrey C. Brown Trail (TCB Trail), is a rail trail that extends from Ashland north for 21 miles to the Pennsylvania state line. Every now and then we had the typical crazies acting like they were in a race. But for the most part, it was like riding a road bike on a mountain bike trail. ", "On the last Sunday in April a friend and I rode this trail from Ashland to the Mason-Dixon line and then on to York on the Heritage Trail. Well worth the time - highly recommended. We are hoping that the lower 2/3 of the NRCT are nicer than the Northern third. We got their late and only made it to 13 miles from MD we will be back to conquer the trail all the way to PA. Biked this trail today (6/7/15) from Paper Mill Rd to Monkton and back. The physical address is 2813 Jerusalem Road, Kingsville, MD 21087. Easily located York City parking lot had a good number of spaces available, at noon. Even the people walking the trail were going around the muddy spots. From what I experienced, the vibration on the hybrid caused discomfort in my shoulders and glutes, but it comes with the territory on this type of surface. I reached the 15mph speed limit for the first time on the Torrey Trail and it was nice to coast for a bit. More muddy spots and lots of limbs that you really have to watch out when it’s getting dark. The scenery is wonderful and the natural canopy was wonderful on this 90 degree day. My favorite ride is from Parkton to Hanover Station (about 37-38 miles round trip). The building of course is off limits, but the parking lot is apparently legal. There is no food along the trail except for ice cream bars at Monkton station and a few miles down trail from New Freedom where a homeowner has a little stand with snacks and wa A larger and more popular parking lot is located just a half-mile farther north along Paper Mill Road. It provided a long-distanced ride where I didn't have to worry about traffic. Contacts. Even for being a holiday weekend, it wasn't too busy and it was very peaceful. Great walking/cycling trail, following the original path of the North Central Railroad, from Ashland, Hunt Valley the 20 miles to Freeland Pennsylvania. There's no trails near White Marsh, Maryland, and it's private and the scenery is beautiful, so I can't exactly crucify it. My name is Emma I'm 8 years old ,I was at this Trail today with my Family .It was a great trip we had an awesome time because we got to ride our bikes .My brother Sean has a bigger bike than me but i kept on beating him because of the space to ride. Plenty of parking, beautiful scenery, and friendly trail-users. I had multiple times where I almost fell over. )and they are having a great time running off all that energy they would have used eating the couch. We could not have enjoyed this trail more than we did. Our Usual starting point is Parkton and we have rode both North and South from this location. I rode 6.5 miles to the Parkton access and back again. it's a little busy in the beginning if you start on south end, but it really gets better once you get away from all the walkers. Hopefully with it being well known the idiots will refrain from doing this again. Get a FREE Rail Trails Guidebook when you become a Member with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Also known as Torrey C. Brown Trail. Today I rode from Bentley Springs to Monkton and back, and I must say, this trail is super smooth! Although we were affected by the "Tack Attack" on our Aug 3 round trip ride - 43 miles, Ashland> New Freedom> Ashland (1 front flat, northbound, 3.5 miles from New Freedom - which has a bicycle shop, thank heavens) - we decided to do the trail again Sept 2, this time 41 miles, one-way, York> Ashland; we had a wonderful day. Just off the trail you can enjoy a small art gallery, an antique shop and several places to buy food and drinks. When the weather's nice, this trail has many groups of all skill levels on it. Its first phase—a 7.2-mile stretch from its southern end at Ashland up to Monkton—opened in 1984. This trail might be good for hiking but it is terrible for biking. Amenities, including benches, picnic tables and interpretive signage are also plentiful. on weekends, unless you get there early (the crowd dies down substantially once you get past the range station at mile marker 7). The trail goes up hill at Parkton (and you feel it) all the way to New Freedom PA. On the weekends, the trail is heavily used by local residents and travelers from the Baltimore area, so parking may be a challenge. We expect to be go again many more times. But now the state seems to have given up on even the patch jobs. When I aked him what he meant, he said he never knew what was coming around the corner, and there were a lot of corners ;-}. Most of the trails is fairly shaded and the terrain is compact gravel with a few soggy spots after a heavy rain. The trail is also in excellent condition, has some towns along the way and some more nice stuff to see. And say "hello", "good morning", "on your left" - say anything to announce your presence and acknowledge other users. This was our first trip to New Freedom, PA and our first ride on the Brown. He inquired where he could leave his vehicle overnight when state park policy prohibited overnight parking at the DNR trailhead lots. The scenery is great as the trail follows a creek that is 1 to 2 feet wide near New Freedom and grows to 20 to 30 feet wide by the time you reach Cockeysville. ", "I started riding this trail in June of 2003 and I must say that I really have grown to love it. The MD side is pretty well shaded, so it is a good ride on hot days. Follow it until it crosses the Torrey C. Brown (formerly NCR) Rail Trail. We have lived within half a mile of this trail for the last 26 years, during which it has had one major resurfacing and a number of patch jobs. Click here for information regarding the Electric Bicycle Policy.​​, Call toll-free in *Maryland* at 1-877-620-8DNR (8367), Click here for information regarding the Electric Bicycle Policy.​​. About 90% was under a tree canopy and that made the ride for me. The trail is fairly wide and surface is good for hybrid bikes and mountain bikes, although a road bike probably could do most parts of this trail as well. Trail Ratings 4.5 from 4 votes #1 in Loch Raven Reservoir #6733 Overall. After crossing the state line, near New Freedom, the grade declines all the way to York, PA. Yer. I recommend a visit, especially for children. I passed several of the same people on my way back north and we readily exchanged smiles and courtesy nods which was a cumulatively enriching part of the trail experience. We loved the Gnomes that were on display and the the more than 80 flags in honor of Memorial Day. Follow it until it crosses the Torrey C. Brown (formerly NCR) Rail Trail. Since it was the 4th of July weekend, it was quite crowded but never difficult to navigate. So for a road bike, I think 3 stars is deserving for my experience. Although the tracks that parallel the Heritage Rail Trail end at the Maryland line, old whistle posts, abandoned signal towers and numerous train stations serve as testiments to the trail's railroad heritage. I have noticed in the last couple of years the MD section of it has gotten really bad. Overall it was a very nice ride -- just do it. With dogs. Heading out of Cockeysville this trail will take you all the way to the Pennsylvania state border where the trail continues as the York County Heritage Rail Trail, terminating in downtown York. It is not bad but is noticeable. The bike rack stays on the car all summer. 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