It's Impossible Not To Love This Breathtaking Wild Flower Trail In Maryland
Warm weather is finally here and colorful blooms are in full force. There is one particular spot in Maryland that is well-known, but not many know that during spring, it’s packed with an abundance of wildflowers…
The C & O Canal spans 184.5 miles from Georgetown to Cumberland. While you can visit year-round, spring is especially gorgeous.
Wildflowers boldly bloom along the towpath, starting spring off on the right foot.
There are dozens of varieties of wildflowers all along the path, as well as fuzzy moths...
And beautiful butterflies who take advantage of the abundance of nectar.
Virginia Bluebells are a particularly pretty sight. This photo was captured near Dam #5.
And this picturesque path was captured along the canal trail near MM144.
Feast your eyes on this annual natural wonder. You may even want to bring your camera to remember the splendor.
For more information about the C & O Canal,
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