Baltimore and Annapolis (B&A) Trail is a 27.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Glen Burnie, Maryland that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
I wish we had biked the trail instead of following by car on the highway. But maybe it would have been just as busy.
We drove it. Glad we did not bike it. From what I saw the actual trail was way too exposed and it was all too urban.
I love this trail!!
Paved trail with some moderate grades, runs along residential and business areas which are sources of road noise. Shade is scarce so it can get warm. Prefer to park at the Marley Station Mall where you can easily access the trail. On a given weekend there was a moderate amount of traffic on the trail.
Well maintained paved 'commuting' trail. We used easy access from parking lot of Marley Station Mall in Glen Burnie. The terrain involves some moderate grades; there is also little tree cover so it can get hot so pack water and wear the sunblock. The trail crosses and parallels some major roadways so you have to deal with traffic noise. Found it fairly busy on a weekend. Ok for a workout and convenient, if you live in the area...but not if your looking for nature or a tranquil ride.
Pleasant and well maintained.
My go to trail for my road bike.
Bike, hike, dog walk, jog, pull up bars, coffee shop, bike shop! I use it all the time for many various workouts, it is a great safe trail.
Biked this a number of times. It can get pretty busy on nice days so be careful if you are biking or stay to the right if you are walking or running.
Excellent trail for biking.
Nice paved path. Good family friendly route nearby plenty of housing developments, so nice for locals to hit a non-vehicle-ridden location for a run, walk, or bike ride. Bikes are supposed to keep it at 15 mph or less so not ideal for race training. Usually not over crowded.
I enjoyed it very safe and pleasant ride ! Nice view while riding your bike , running or walking .