Sugarloaf - Yellow

Dickerson, MD
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Sugarloaf - Yellow is a 6.6 mile loop trail located near Dickerson, Maryland that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for birding, hiking, nature trips & walking and is accessible from January until February.

A very rocky trail with several steep grades that cuts through a mature oak/hickory forest, including some small American chestnuts. Provides access to White Rocks, a series of cliffs overlooking the Monocacy and Potomac river valleys. Wildlife is abundant, including an occasional black bear.

Go North on Route I-270 to the Hyattstown exit, circle under I-270 and continue on Route 109 to Comus, then right on Comus Road to the Sugarloaf Mountain entrance.

One at the base of the mountain, two on the mountain itself. Restrooms and water available.

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Great trail for adults of moderate ability and teenagers