Description Definitions

  • Type
    • Road/Path: expect pavement, concrete, asphalt on the routes (Disclaimer: we make zero claims that there are no potholes on these roads that might make the route feel like a trail).
    • Trail:  expect gravel, dirt, single-path on the routes.
    • Mixed: expect a mix of pavement and dirt/gravel on these routes.
  • Terrain
    • Flat: expect minimal hills
    • Rolling: expect short undulating climbs and descents.
    • Hilly: expect medium, sustained climbs.
    • Mountainous: expect long, sustained climbs.
  • ♥ - Favorite Routes!

Cue Sheet Printing Instructions

  • For RideWithGPS links: Cue sheet is on left hand side of the RWG page. Select the option to Print. Scroll to the bottom of the new popup window and select Print. We recommend using the 2 pages per sheet option when printing.
  • For MapMyRide links: coming soon.
  • For Strava links: coming soon.

Cycling Routes

DC Triathlon Club

Washington DC Routes

20-40 Miles


40-60 miles


60-80 miles


80+ miles

DC Triathlon Club

Virginia Routes

20-40 Miles


40-60 miles


60-80 miles


80+ miles

DC Triathlon Club

Maryland Routes

20-40 Miles


40-60 miles


60-80 miles


80+ miles

Running Routes

DC Triathlon Club

Washington DC Routes

1-5 Miles


5-10 miles

  • Coming Soon

10-15 miles

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15-20 miles

  • Coming Soon

20+ miles

  • Coming Soon
DC Triathlon Club

Virginia Routes

1-5 Miles

  • Coming Soon

5-10 miles


10-15 miles

  • Coming Soon

15-20 miles


20+ miles

  • Coming Soon
DC Triathlon Club

Maryland Routes

1-5 Miles


5-10 miles


10-15 miles


15-20 miles

  • Coming Soon

20+ miles

  • Coming Soon

Mountain Bike (or Running) Trails

DC Triathlon Club

Washington DC Trails

1-?? Miles

  • ♥ Rock Creek Park

DC Triathlon Club

Virginia Trails

1-15 Miles

  • Wakefield Park
    • Start: Recreation Center parking lot
    • Sample trails: view on Strava
    • Type: Trails
    • Terrain: Beginner friendly, some rocks, roots, few climbs.
    • Notes: Not good after rains (other parks dry/drain faster). You can also run/bike south towards Lake Accotink Park
  • Lake Accotink Park
    • Start: park by the dam or at the end of Danbury Forestry Dr (trail entrance)
    • Sample workout: see on Strava
    • Type: Trails
    • Terrain: Flat/Hilly
    • Notes: Trail along the creek and north of lake is partly paved partly gravel, all flat. Trails west of the lake are hilly and technical.

DC Triathlon Club

Maryland Trails

1-15 Miles


Adding Routes

If you have a favorite route that you want to share with club members, please create a PUBLIC route in any of the following interfaces:

 

Once you have created the route, please email a link to the route to training@dctriclub.org with the following information included in the email:

  • Route category: Cycling or Running
  • Direct link to the route
  • Landmark near the starting point (For example: PNC Bank Georgetown, Marshall VDOT Parking Lot, etc.)
  • Google map link to the landmark starting point
  • Type of route (Road, trail, mixed [see above for definitions])
  • Type of terrain (Flat, hilly, etc. [see above for definitions])