Mountain Maryland Trails

Mountain Maryland Trails

Mountain Maryland Trails (formerly Allegheny Highlands Trail of Maryland) is a citizen's group formed in the 1990's to promote Maryland's portion of a project that has become known as the Great Allegheny Passage.

The Great Allegheny Passage of Maryland links the Washington DC to Cumberland C&O Canal Trail with a series of hiking and biking trails in Western Maryland that connect into Pennsylvania, creating a continuous trail of 380 miles from Washington to Pittsburgh.

Mountain Maryland Trails (MMT) follows the route of the historic Western Maryland Railroad for 20.47 miles from Cumberland to the Pennsylvania line. From Cumberland to Frostburg, the trail parallels the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and its steam locomotive.

Click here for trip packages and bike routes.

Click here for overnight camping accommodations. Click here for Information About Riding the Trail.

Address:
Cumberland, MD 21502
Web: www.atatrail.org