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Vienna, VA, 22180

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Washington, DC, 20003

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Claire D

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Alexandria, VA, 22314

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Alexandria, VA, 22314

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Arlington, VA, 22207

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Arlington, VA, 22207

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Washington, DC, 20005

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Washington, DC, 20005

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Washington, DC, 20009

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Washington, DC, 20009

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Kiarah H

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Arlington, VA, 22201

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Arlington, VA, 22201

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Debbie C

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Falls Church, VA, 22042

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Falls Church, VA, 22042

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Laura R

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Washington, DC, 20007

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Michael L

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Arlington, VA, 22204

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Wag! Walkers know Chain Bridge Forest

Chain Bridge Forest is a residential, suburban neighborhood on the northside of Arlington, Virginia and extending into Fairfax County. There are no shops, restaurants, or services within walking distance, however, Arlington businesses are a short drive south and Washington, D.C. is less than 30 minutes by car. 


For residents with dogs that enjoy going for a regular walk, Chain Bridge Forest weather is typical of the Washington, D.C. area. Winters are cold with some snow and require warm coats and footwear. Blizzards are rare, but when they do occur, you and your dog should find indoor activities until severe weather passes. Summers are humid and thunderstorms are frequent occurrences. Thunder can frighten dogs and high winds are not only alarming, but can pose a real danger to exposed pedestrians and pets. Take shelter when storms are occurring and avoid walking in the heat of the day when heat-related illnesses can affect you or your dog.

What is the terrain like in Chain Bridge Forest?

Chain Bridge Forest is bordered by the Potomac River on the east, North Glebe Road on the southeast, the Old Glebe neighborhood on the west side, and Fairfax County on the north. This area was originally developed in the 1960s and 70s and much of the architecture reflects that period. 


There are 210 large, single-family homes, on generous sized, well landscaped and maintained properties. Homes exhibit Virginia Colonial, California Contemporary, and a variety of other architectural styles. Lawns, gardens, and large trees grace private properties. 


The terrain is hilly, so if you or your dog has mobility issues, you may find it difficult to get around the area. There are separate pedestrian sidewalks for people and pets to use so you do not have to share the road local traffic. Natural areas on the east side are heavily treed. Wildlife is a common sight in the area as many local critters reside in the surrounding wooded areas.

How many greenways are there in Chain Bridge Forest?

Fort Marcy Park is situated on the east side of Chain Bridge Forest. This former civil war defense installment was situated on a large hill and the terrain still features elevation changes. Be aware that there are some climbs and varying terrain in this greenway. 


The Pimmit Run Creek and ravine runs through the natural space to the Potomac River and a walking trail along the creek provides access to the water and greenways. The Pimmit Run Trail connects to the Potomac Heritage River Trail as well. This long hiking trail provides views of the river and D.C. skyline as you travel south along the riverbanks and reach the area across from the city's business center. There are miles of connecting trails, so you and your canine companion will not run out of trail before you get tired! Your dog must remain leashed in the greenway and on the trail.

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