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Great trail. Actually was a smaller gauge railroad...a trolley...making passing other bikers a bit tight. But the trail is less traveled; a plus. Some canopy. Some open spaces. Some old rock walls. Saw a pair od bald eagles at the end of our 12 mile...More
This may not be the most "fancy-pants" trail of all, however, I like it because you can set your own pace and make it a short walk or connect to the next trail and walk or bike a good many miles. The first section starts...More
It was a very nice trail. Trailhead was easy to find. Well maintained with half mile markers. Most of the trail was well shaded when we were there. Very flat, except for when meeting one or two of the roads.
It was our first ride with our new hybrid bikes. The trail had families biking, walkers, runners, even people on horses but the trail is wide enough for this not to be an issue. We actually rode further on to the Lebanon Valley Trail part....More
This trail is pleasant for kids, and popular with cyclists. The beginning point for us was Route 743. Parking along this road is a bit sketchy, because cars speed past. The trail itself is well-maintained and consists of finely crushed gravel, which is great for...More
The trail is a converted railroad bed covered with crushed limestone. Wide enough for two-way traffic. Dogs are welcome. No bathrooms or porta potties except for the Lawn playground and Twin Kiss entrance otherwise I would give a 5 star rating.