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Catoctin Mountain Park is managed by the National Park Service and lies north of, and directly adjacent to, the similarly-sized Cunningham Falls State Park . Contents 1 History 2 See also 3 References 4 External links [ edit ] History In the 1930s, after years of making

North River (Cacapon River) print that page


North River's headwaters comprise two streams that converge in the southeastern hollows of South Branch Mountain (3028 feet) in Hardy County. From its source, the river flows east through the communities of Inkerman and Rock Oak along North River Road (West Virginia Secondary Route 1) where

Catoctin Mountain print that page


Catoctin Mountain traverses Frederick County , Maryland and extends into northern Loudoun County , Virginia . It rises to its greatest elevation of 1,900 feet (580 m) above sea-level just southwest of Cunningham Falls State Park [ 1 ] and is transected by gaps at Braddock Heights (Fairview

Catoctin Valley print that page

The Catoctin Valley encompasses the northern part of the Loudoun Valley east of the Short Hill Mountain and west of Catoctin Mountain . Its northern border is the Potomac River , while its southern border is an intangible line running from the southern terminus of the Short Hill to the

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Catoctin High School print that page

Catoctin High School From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article does not cite any references or sources . Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed

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Mattawoman Creek print that page

Mattawoman appears on Capt. John Smith’s circa-1608 map as Mataughquamend , an Algonquian compound translated as “where one goes pleasantly.” [ 1 ] Today, Mattawoman Creek is listed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as impaired under Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act

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Mill Creek (South Branch Potomac River) print that page


Mill Creek's source lies in a hollow along Patterson Creek Mountain (2641 feet) in the extreme southwestern corner of Hampshire County near the "four corners" (where Mineral , Hampshire , Hardy , and Grant Counties touch). At a confluence with Elmlick Run north of Purgitsville , Mill Creek

Mill Creek (Opequon Creek) print that page

Mill Creek is formed by a series of streams on the eastern flanks of North Mountain along Frog Hollow Road (Virginia Secondary Route 654) in northern Frederick County , Virginia . Mill Creek crosses into Berkeley County, West Virginia and continues its flow in a northerly direction along

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Difficult Run print that page

Difficult Run, through Reston, Virginia to Great Falls Park. The trail is well-known among area mountain biking enthusiasts for its rolling terrain which makes for fast, smooth rides although there are portions requiring technical skills. The portion of the trail that sees the most mountain

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Tiber Creek print that page


Originally known as Goose Creek , it was renamed after Rome 's Tiber River as the lands southeast of then Georgetown , Maryland , were selected for the City of Washington, the new capital of the United States . [ 1 ] It flowed south toward the base of Capitol Hill , then west meeting the