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Washington

D.C.

City description

The famed National Mall is mostly car-free with paths and monuments illuminated at night. It offers a truly unique walk past grand monuments, memorials and world-famous museums. The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal boasts soft dirt surfaces and a shady path starting in Georgetown and stretching 184.5 miles. D.C. also has the oldest and largest urban park in the national park system.  Pedestrian-only Glover Archbold Park stretches from Tenley Circle to the Potamiac River in Georgetown.

Walking route

This is a 10342 steps walking route in Washington featuring National Mall. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 125 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 5.17 miles
  • Time 2 h 4 min
  • Steps 10342
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 3 ft
  • Peak 56 ft
  • Climb 164 ft
  • Descent 164 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Lincoln Memorial
  • Reflecting Pool and Washington Monument
  • Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
  • White House
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City description

The famed National Mall is mostly car-free with paths and monuments illuminated at night. It offers a truly unique walk past grand monuments, memorials and world-famous museums. The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal boasts soft dirt surfaces and a shady path starting in Georgetown and stretching 184.5 miles. D.C. also has the oldest and largest urban park in the national park system.  Pedestrian-only Glover Archbold Park stretches from Tenley Circle to the Potamiac River in Georgetown.

Walking route

This is a 9734 steps walking route in Washington featuring Downtown. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 118 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.87 miles
  • Time 1 h 57 min
  • Steps 9734
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 33 ft
  • Peak 89 ft
  • Climb 144 ft
  • Descent 144 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • White House
  • Dupont Circle
  • Franklin Square
  • Chinatown
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D.C. Department of Health
D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation
Adults Health and Wellness
Free Virtual and Outdoor Workout Classes in D.C. Area
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City description

The famed National Mall is mostly car-free with paths and monuments illuminated at night. It offers a truly unique walk past grand monuments, memorials and world-famous museums. The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal boasts soft dirt surfaces and a shady path starting in Georgetown and stretching 184.5 miles. D.C. also has the oldest and largest urban park in the national park system.  Pedestrian-only Glover Archbold Park stretches from Tenley Circle to the Potamiac River in Georgetown.

Walking route

This is a 11654 steps walking route in Washington featuring Potomac Parks. The route passes by 4 points of interest and would take roughly 141 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 5.83 miles
  • Time 2 h 20 min
  • Steps 11654
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 10 ft
  • Climb 85 ft
  • Descent 85 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Hains Point
  • Thomas Jefferson Memorial
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
  • Tidal Basin View
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Interested in learning more about how to walk Washington? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Points of Interest
Neighboring Areas
Other Routes
Local Resources
Clubs and Meetups
D.C. Department of Health
D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation
Adults Health and Wellness
Free Virtual and Outdoor Workout Classes in D.C. Area
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