A great place to visit with your family.
|Sugarloaf Mountain, a conservation/recreation area which has been designated a Registered Natural landmark because of its geological interest and striking beauty.|
|Geologically, Sugarloaf Mountain is known as a monadnock, a mountain that remains after the erosion of the surrounding land.|
|Stronghold, Inc.||At an elevation of 1282 feet, Sugarloaf stands more than 800 feet above the farmland below. The rugged cliffs on the summit are composed primarily of quartzite, the predominant type of rock on the mountain.|
|7901 Comus Road||The more than 500 species of plants here include a variety of wildflowers, many of which can be found blooming during the warm weather months.|
|Dickerson, MD 20842||
An east view from Sugarloaf
|Weekdays - 7 a.m. to sunset||.|
|Saturday & Sunday - 6 a.m. to sunset||
Geological Mark on Sugarloaf is something to look for on your hikes.
|Phone - (301) 869-7846||From Fredrick, follow I-270 south to the
Hyattstown exit, follow Rt. 109 to Comus, then right on Comus Road to the
You may contact us at The Captain Bin
|Off the Beaten Path Home Page|
Last Updated - October 18, 1997