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Since its creation in 1974, Sugarloaf Regional Trails has focused on conservation of the cultural landscape in rural Montgomery County. Financed entirely by grants and donations from individuals and businesses, the non-profit corporation has conducted cultural research and educational activities, published historic theme trail guides and books and held conferences pertaining to preservation and environmental issues. Working with over 200 volunteers, SRT researched and published The Inventory of Historic Sites in Montgomery County which led to an ordinance and master plan for preservation.
Welcome to Sugarloaf Regional Trails
We are here to help you enjoy the historic features of the Montgomery County, Maryland, and Sugarloaf Mountain rural areas.
We recommend different trails, or paths (we call them Trail Guides). You can follow these in your car, on foot, or even in a canoe. Along each trail, we describe important and interesting historical features on your way, and give you as much (or as little!) information as you wish.
On our website, you can choose among our fifteen Trail Guides, read selected trail guides, and download both a full or shortened version for your own use. Each Guide includes a map of the trail, as well as text, drawings, and pictures. You can even consult the website on your mobile phone for guidance from the trail - just click here!
Our website also includes other features, including access to a database of interesting materials, books, and many more photographs.
The guides are free, and carry no obligation. We do welcome comments and suggestions about the guides by phone or email and we always welcome new volunteers to help develop more trails!
We hope you enjoy your adventure in the country!
Peg Coleman, President
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