Great walking/cycling trail, following the original path of the North Central Railroad, from Ashland, Hunt Valley the 20 miles to Freeland Pennsylvania. I rode 6.5 miles to the Parkton access and back again. You train the basic commands on a leash. My wife and I have return to our first love--bike riding. After riding north from Parkton to the PA line, this morning (8/7/2016), I experienced a flat after an upholstery tack inserted into my tire --just south of reaching the PA line. Had no issues and did not see anyone dealing with flats unlike two weeks ago when people were pushing their bikes due to the tacks in a couple of places (in PA as well). We are hoping that the lower 2/3 of the NRCT are nicer than the Northern third. It's our "go-to" trail. In general, I find the MD NCR, which parallels the Gunpowder Falls River, to be more scenic, shadier and with a quieter surface than the PA YCH which seems to focus more on the historic. Carmel Road. We went on Sunday of Labor Day weekend. Bike-joring or scootering is an easy sport to do with one or two dogs. The northern half, less so. Just off the trail you can enjoy a small art gallery, an antique shop and several places to buy food and drinks. The surface is hard as rock, which makes it fast but bumpy, even on a hybrid bike with front fork and seat shock absorbers. The trail was very unpaved and uncomfortable for a road bike. My husband and I are new to biking. From thick canopy to several open runs, it keeps your interest as you ride along. I believe you go uphill all the way to the Maryland border and then downhill to York, but you can barely tell the difference. The trail begins in Cockeysville, Maryland, a suburb of Baltimore, and ends just over the state line in New Freedom, Pennsylvania, where the Mason-Dixon Line divides the southern Atlantic states from the Northeastern states. The PA side is roughly half shaded. I started out at the southern end and rode north. Since it was the 4th of July weekend, it was quite crowded but never difficult to navigate. ", "Very well maintained trail with great scenery! We biked this trail on June 1 and 2, 2012. Easy access, plenty of places to stop and take a break. ", TrailLink is a free service provided by Rails-to-Trails conservancy, We're a non-profit all about helping you enjoy the outdoors, Ashland Road (Cockeysville, MD) and MD-PA state line (New Freedom, PA). We rode the trail today from Cockeysville, MD to New Freedom today. Although we were affected by the "Tack Attack" on our Aug 3 round trip ride - 43 miles, Ashland> New Freedom> Ashland (1 front flat, northbound, 3.5 miles from New Freedom - which has a bicycle shop, thank heavens) - we decided to do the trail again Sept 2, this time 41 miles, one-way, York> Ashland; we had a wonderful day. The points of interest along the trail include the restored 1898 Monkton Train Station and the Sparks Bank Nature Center. There are picnic tables, bathrooms, and even a little snack bar set out by one of the local residents. Headquarters8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday(closed weekends and state holidays). My favorite ride is from Parkton to Hanover Station (about 37-38 miles round trip). For those seeking an escape from the urban areas of the region, this trail is a wooded oasis—an escape from the every day stresses of nearby city life. Join TrailLink (a non-profit) to view more than 30,000 miles of trail maps and more! I'm pretty sure it has not rained very much so I cannot understand the condition of the trail. I have been riding this trail for 25 years and I am sorry to see it not as well maintained as it used to be. Rode about 30 miles of this trail 2 day, great day for a bike ride, well maintened trail, the water falls @ about White hall was spectualer. The trail continues into Pennsylvania as the York County Heritage Rail Trail . Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail Easy. Additional Information. The last 5-10 are the toughest but if you keep your mind on the cold beer at the end of the ride you can make it easy! They are regulated the same as all other bicycles, and are subject to all applicable bicycle rules and regulations regarding operation and safety equipment. About the NCR Trail. (There was one tree down from a recent storm.) Nice path, not single track like other rider wrote. Very narrow in most spots. Simply wonderful from White Hall (11 mile post) to Ashland (0 mile post) and back. Beautiful beyond words. All in all the trail rates an A for overall condition with an A+ for the parking lot at Ashton.As with all such public use areas it is important that users know and respect the rules and have patience for those who may not.All in all, a WONDERFUL 82 mile roundtrip on a trail that epitomizes the rails-to-trails concept.Enjoy! Great walking/cycling trail, following the original path of the North Central Railroad, from Ashland, Hunt Valley the 20 miles to Freeland Pennsylvania. The new parking lot that was built on Paper Mill Road is great. The weather was great, the trail surface in good shape, and nice little communities along the way. Mostly level, with a generally smoothish surface. It's perfect for summer cycling because the whole length is shaded. The NRCT appears rougher still because of its proximity to the much younger York Heritage Rail Trail, which is stellar in its wide, smooth, well groomed bike/pedestrian path with horse lane for much of its length. 4.5 (4) ... Land Manager: Maryland DNR - Gunpowder Falls State Park. It rained when we were on it and everyone had a stripe down their back from the mud and grit. Nice to see the old rail and ties still on the trail. It was worth it in the long run. This trail is one of the very best Rails to Trails that I have redden. The trail cuts through several charming Maryland towns: Monkton, Parkton, Falls Overlook and Bentley Springs. As of 9/8/02, the trail has been resurfaced. Contacts. The high light of the trip was the old Railroad Station at Monkton, it is like going back into the early thirty's. Restrooms at this access are also nearby (of the recycling kind, sort of nasty).The surface is very smooth (stone dust). I felt like there really was very little room to pass. Plenty of places to jump on-off trail allow you to customize your ride. Dogs love to run, and humans are too slooooooow. There's no trails near White Marsh, Maryland, and it's private and the scenery is beautiful, so I can't exactly crucify it. parking at Monkton was a challenge on a Saturday afternoon (White Hall looks much better) but the ride north to the Pa line was beautiful and not too crowded. Most of the trails is fairly shaded and the terrain is compact gravel with a few soggy spots after a heavy rain. This was our first trip to New Freedom, PA and our first ride on the Brown. Very rough trail. The MD side gets quite muddy following any type of rain. I had no trouble finding parking at the Paper Mill lot. ", "Having ridden this trail since it opened I still find it to be a great ride. The surface is crushed limestone, and if this is not maintained, mud takes over, and in this area that is mostly dense clay, which is not porous, so the water just sits there making more mud. Very bucolic, verdant, quiet, never crowded, very good surface, very interesting adjacent water by the Gunpowder Falls creek which becomes very beautiful mid trail with small waterfalls. The trail goes up hill at Parkton (and you feel it) all the way to New Freedom PA. Pretty much shaded the entire way. Also the brush is too close to the trail, and the trail itself has narrowed considerably over time and is pretty much reduced to two 24" tracks separated by 24" of grass/stone and 24" of grass on each side. Trail conditions for a rail-trail were very good. In fall, it tends to be overly cool. I think the terrain took it's tole more-so than the hills. The scenery was breathtaking and the trail was surrounded by beautiful trees, running water falls, and lots of wildlife. Well worth the time - highly recommended. In addition to the Colonial Courthouse, three historic structures are located on the trail; Hanover Junction and New Freedom Train Stations and Howard Tunnel. Everything is easy in this ride. The trail is fairly flat until you reach MP15 where the grade increases to the MD-PA border. Been walking, biking and horseback riding this trail plenty of times over the years. The trail can get crowded near the trailheads on weekends and holidays but is for the most part peaceful. I would HATE to rate any functioning rail trail at less than four stars, as they are all wonderful by their very nature. If you are just getting into Trail riding, this would definitely be a great introduction. I suggest catching a York Revolution’s baseball game if they have a home game. My goal for this year is to go from Phoenix Rd to New Freedom, Pa and back. We've been riding or running this trail for years and it is so much busier than I remember it being. Picked this trail because it was flat and went for a number of miles. Heaven on Earth. There were the normal assortment of athletes and non-athletes with tubing folks carrying their tubes to various inputs along the creek that runs parallel. Shared By: Cheryl Ladota. My son and I got our first taste of the North Central Railroad Trail on October 17th, riding the last five miles out and back on the trail after starting 1.5 miles North of the Mason-Dixon line at New Freedom on the York Heritage Trail. A good portion of this section runs through very wild, natural areas. After spending the night in Hunt Valley we rode back, taking us just under 5 hours. There are multiple trail heads with Montkton serving as a great mid-point as it offers a cafe, real bathrooms and a small museum. I recommend a visit, especially for children. Please practice "pack it in, pack it out". As others have mentioned, it wouldn’t be the best for trikes or any two wheeled buggy as the trail has several miles of double track that would make for a bumpy ride...although we did see a few buggies and one trike. Also available at Monkton are tubing rentals to float down the Big Gunpowder Falls. A rental shop here offers both bikes and inner tubes for floating down the Big Gunpowder River, which parallels the southern end of the trail. The trail is 10 feet wide with a stone dust surface. The views were beautiful of the woods and water. At the MD–PA border near New Freedom, the trail continues as the Heritage Rail Trail County Park. I tried it but it didn't do well for my hunger. There was a growth of grass up the middle of the path, at various points, which gave the illusion that motor vehicles utilize the trail way. Check out http://ab3bo.com/KRCWP/ for images and info from along the trail both in Maryland and Pennsylvania. I will return just to ride the Brown trail entirely. The MD side starts fairly flat, then is a moderate but steady incline up to the PA border. A larger and more popular parking lot is located just a half-mile farther north along Paper Mill Road. "Happy Trails". One can encounter all of these types of offenders in just one excursion. That makes passing cyclists OK, but I would not like to come across a horse around some of the bends. My eleven year old son had an interesting comment on the NRCT trail...he said it is "mysterious". What a wonderful experience. Great trail conditions until we got to the state line south but still good. Yes mush. There is good scenary along the trail as it follows Gunpowder Falls River where tubers can be seen (we didn't the day we rode, though). The trail is well shaded so even on a hot day, the temperatures are tolerable. My wife had brought a granola bar with her. The Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail (formerly North Central Rail Trail) is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. The uphill climb to New Freedom was a great work-out and made for a quick ride back. ", "Pretty scenery, all downhill from New Freedom, in PA, trail surface not always the greatest, some spots muddy after rain, but basically it's a nice trail. Trail Ratings 4.5 from 4 votes #1 in Loch Raven Reservoir #6733 Overall. We are in our late 50's. I just love this trail. -- Seeking more current information on the complete "line" from MD through PA. Gear up and ride on. In the past these spots were few and far between, never so large and so many, and usually after considerable rain. Some of the parking along the road has been lost but the new spaces more than compensate. Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail. Lovely shade, perfect for summer rides. Went south from new freedom for about 12 miles. The Maryland Park Service does not rent horses and only provides the trails as a means of recreation.​ The Torrey C. Brown Trail is ADA accessible. The trail itself is very flat, which makes long distance riding fairly easy. Dogs doing this sport are polite and under control ("on-by!" I road from Cockeysville to Bentley Springs about 32 miles round trip. After this, facilities with food are rather sparse until PA. Through this area, I found the trail to be sheer joy. The picnic tables every several miles are nice places to snack and rest. Help defend and expand trails nationwide. I had many times where the mud was so bad that I could barely pedal my bike. We would ride it more often but its an hour and 45 minute drive to New Freedom just to get to the trail. After crossing the state line, near New Freedom, the grade declines all the way to York, PA. Rode the Torrey Brown Trail for the first time ever this past Saturday, going north, with two friends, from the Phoenix Rd lot just over four miles, for a round trip of a little over 8 miles. The trail is very flat and has little grade. The Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail follows 19.7 miles of the former the Northern Central Railway (NCR) in northern Baltimore County - from Ashland, Maryland north to the Maryland-Pennsylvania line, passing through historic communities including Ashland, Phoenix, Monkton, White Hall, Bentley Springs and Freeland. For someone who grew up in the rural villages of East Africa,riding up this trail brings a lot of nice memories and nolstagia. The most popular activities on the trail are hiking, jogging, bicycle riding and horseback riding. I was a little surprise when I went into the eatery at Monkton (7 miles works up an appitite) and ask for a large burger and found they only served veggie foods. In late 2014 my wife and I took a summer end-to-end an return on the Torrey C. Brown (Northern Central Railroad Trail) and the York County Heritage Rail Trail starting in Ashland, MD and ending in York, PA. We called ahead and got permission from the State Park to leave the car overnight in the lot in Ashland. The trail was resurfaced in late summer of 2002. Get a FREE Rail Trails Guidebook when you become a Member with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. On the weekends, the trail is heavily used by local residents and travelers from the Baltimore area, so parking may be a challenge. There is no food along the trail except for ice cream bars at Monkton station and a few miles down trail from New Freedom where a homeowner has a little stand with snacks and wa Parking and Trail Access To reach parking near the southernmost endpoint, take I-83 toward the Maryland–-Pennsylvania state line. Plans to eventually join the trail to the East Coast Greenway and the Jones Falls Trail will ensure its popularity for the foreseeable future. Broke in a new bike and we hate to see winter arrive just when we're starting to have fun. Follow it until it crosses the Torrey C. Brown (formerly NCR) Rail Trail. There are some active rails on this part for tourism during the summer and you will have the chance to see other people riding and walking. Those who have made it across of course leave deep mud tracks which can interfere with steering control. Scary and dangerous. There are numerous other access points and parking areas along the entire route; refer to the map for more details. Once you cross the Mason-Dixon Line and you are in Pennsylvania, the trail becomes the York County Heritage Rail Trail. Spanning 27.4 miles from New Freedom to York, the Heritage Rail Trail County Park (Heritage Rail-Trail) (along with the connecting 19.5-mile Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail, a fellow Rail-Trail Hall of Famer) travels the historical route of the former Northern Central Railway corridor, which once connected Harrisburg to Baltimore, Maryland. 2813 Jerusalem Road, Kingsville, MD 21087 (410) 592-2897. Torrey C. Brown Trail is a 9.4 mile out and back trail located near Freeland, Maryland that features a river and is rated as difficult. Notable trial locals include the Sparks Bank Nature Center in Sparks, MD and the Monkton Railroad Station (Ranger Station) in Monkton - Both have Port-a-pots, water points, picnic tables and limited parking. This trail might be good for hiking but it is terrible for biking. There was a lot of uphill riding heading back, and I hit my isotonic drink pack pretty hard to make it up, but it felt great once I was back on level ground again. So we put them in sledding harnesses, hook them to a set of wheels (bike, scooter, rig)(or sleds when there is snow) and run on the trail. My name is Emma I'm 8 years old ,I was at this Trail today with my Family .It was a great trip we had an awesome time because we got to ride our bikes .My brother Sean has a bigger bike than me but i kept on beating him because of the space to ride. I did not know before riding this trail that it was the route Lincoln took from Washington going to give the Gettysburg address. The trail follows an abandoned railroad corridor through the countryside of Northern Maryland. We ride the connected YHT in PA and are always very impressed with the quality of the trail and how well its maintained. Parking is in the lot on the right, just before the mill. Overall I highly recommend riding or running/walking this trail. There's room for at least 10 cars. Headquarters 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday (closed weekends and state holidays). The physical address is 2813 Jerusalem Road, Kingsville, MD 21087. Decided to enjoy the beautiful weather and hit the trail. Every now and then we had the typical crazies acting like they were in a race. The Torrey C. Brown Trail, formerly known as the Northern Central Railroad Trail (NCRT) extends 20 miles, stretching from Ashland Road in the Hunt Valley area to the state line. Outstanding trail, have ridden several times. It is not bad but is noticeable. May the wind stay on your back! The ride from the trail back up to the lot is a steep but very short climb. The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail (formerly North Central Rail Trail). Today I rode from Bentley Springs to Monkton and back, and I must say, this trail is super smooth! There are lots of stops to rest and enjoy the views in this beautiful park. ", "This trail from Ashland to the Mason-Dixon Line is a beautiful, scenic trail. The guide says crushed stone but it is mostly packed dirt with two tracks---one in each direction. It's such a pleasant and peaceful ride, with the rushing water from Gunpowder Falls audible from several spots. Recently, DNR was contacted by a bicyclist who was riding the Torrey C. Brown Trail (North Central Trail) from its beginning in Maryland to its terminus in York, PA, where he and his friends were staying overnight. Otherwise, it could be a long walk to a place where you can get help. The organization was led by Secretary Torrey C. Brown at the time and the pathway, originally called the Northern Central Railroad Trail, was renamed in his honor in 2007. Came close to being dump by some fast little critters deciding to cross the trail just as I reach that point. ¿¿ Beautiful day, beautiful ride but 40 miles was an over kill for me. It’s only rail to trail steep but it’s definitely noticeable. I've been looking for a trail that has so much to offer, It's my new go to spot to get miles in. The Northern Central Railroad Trail or NCRT, formally known as the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail, is administered by Gunpowder Falls State Park. There were lots of people using it today and everyone seemed to be able to carve out their own little slice of the trail. Plus you have the opportunity to see or ride the train which is a fun draw to the area. The Northern Central Railroad Trail (NCR Trail), recently renamed the Torrey C. Brown Trail, is a converted railroad trail that extends from Ashland north for 20 miles to the Pennsylvania state line. Parking is in the lot on the right, just before the mill. The trail was busy in the morning and we saw quite a few runners. There is just the right amount of tree cover to make it pretty cool for the early morning ride. We rode from New Freedom almost to the end past Monkton and return, a total of about 47 miles. First time to use the trail with my wife and we had a ball. They spanned the trail and wouldn't move for cyclist. The southernmost trailhead and parking area is located just off York Road/State Route 45 in Cockeysville. But, all in all, this is a wonderful asset to the outdoor activity enthusiasts. ", "After purchasing my Trek 4900 Mountain Bike I started out to find a trail to ride so I put my computer to work and came up on a trail called the Northern Central Railroad Trail. Follow it until it crosses the Torrey C. Brown (formerly NCR) Rail Trail. At the PA border is a map of the entire trail which is split in two by the Mason Dixon line. Could someone please explain this to me. My wife dropped me off in Ashland and we met up for lunch in New Freedom at Paesano's Pizza . The trail in MD has limited scenery as the trail tends to be more like a hiking trail with woods close by on each side, while PA is more open, allowing some better views. Ranger Station 1820 Monkton Road Monkton, MD 21111. A few inclines here, a few declines there. I even tried to ride on the side of the trail but it did not help. Gunpowder Falls State Park PO Box 480 2813 Jerusalem Road Kingsville, MD 21087. Monkton Station is closed during the winter months except for bathroom facilities. The picturesque combination of lush woodlands, bucolic farms and intimate small towns that makes the Heritage Trail so appealing also dominates the Maryland portion almost to Hunt Valley. Turn right on York Road and make a quick left onto Monkton Road. I've ridden this trail dozens of times from the MD end into PA. The variation of the trail is nice. ", "We covered this trail and also 1.5 miles of the York County Heritage trail which connects to the NCR in PA. Amenities, including benches, picnic tables and interpretive signage are also plentiful. The Sparks lot was filled, but just west of it, before you cross the river on Sparks Road, there is an old park with an abandoned building. Oh and bike watched because I'm in the market for a new bike now. It appears that most access lots have at least one pay phone (nice touch). We enjoyed it south-bound and survived it north-bound. The scenery is great as the trail follows a creek that is 1 to 2 feet wide near New Freedom and grows to 20 to 30 feet wide by the time you reach Cockeysville. Good (on Aug 23, 2019) login to update. More Stats for Torrey C. Brown Trail mountain bike trail trail Even on a busy weekend, the trail is long enough that there was never a feeling of being crowded. They continue to ride side by side creating a potential situation for an accident.We all can have a lot of fun if we just remember we're not the only one on the trail and we don't own it.". Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Cockeysville! Beautiful but be careful the maintence is a little lacking these days. A larger and more popular parking lot is located just a half-mile farther north along Paper Mill Road. Excellent eating. Would recommend going north first, very slight incline, but makes the return trip even better! Lets see if the DNR can come through and restore this gem of a trail. The cafes, restaurants, taverns, B&B's, and well appointed parking areas, many with bathrooms, make for a very enjoyable experience. The converted train station at Monkton serves as the trail headquarters and has good services for hikers and bikers. ¿¿ Anyway, this is a very nice trail, well shaded along much of the trail. Enjoy! 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