Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Hiking at Sugarloaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain, also known as Stronghold Mountain, is located in Boyd's, Maryland. Just over 1,000 feet high it provides views in all directions and was a strategic viewpoint during the American Civil War. Privately owned but opened to the public throughout the year, Sugarloaf Mountain was once sought after by Teddy Roosevelt as a presidential retreat. Eventually President Roosevelt decided on Camp David instead. Here's a few photos from our recent hike:



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