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Nice trail, well maintained.
Nice, quiet and flat ride along the canal. First time riding this portion. Unfortunately, saw trash in the canal including soccer balls, basketballs, diapers, red stool with a yellow seat, plastic bags, styrofoam containers and other debris. It wasn't a lot of trash but just enough to sully the view of the canal. Could have been blown in by storms but some of it looked like it was placed there by humans. Positive side: peaceful with cool-looking large turtles and ducks :) There are probably volunteers that work very hard to take care of this part of the trail. If I could have somehow fished out the trash, I would have done so to help them out!
The levee is a beautiful scenic trail from Wyoming to Kirby park. I have been riding by bike for 30 plus years on the trail. The grass is always cut and the trail is well maintained, however the voids in the pavement have been getting worse. A contractor performed a lick and a promise on the cracks last year. The workmanship was well below industry standard's. Every time I ride over the cracks my teeth chatter. Please look into this concern.
The family rode this trail yesterday. Entered from the route 54 side and biked to the end of the second reservoir (mile marker 6) before turning around. Some hills but not too much, otherwise relatively flat. If not doing the entire trail, or with younger kids, I would perhaps enter from the other end of the trail. There is over a mile of recent pipeline digging which needs to grow back. Views at the 2nd reservoir are fantastic.
Just ok, nice community trail
Rode this trail today, it was a great trail for young kids, not too muddy. Great scenery and mostly all shaded.We will be back!
Loved this trail it’s a great ride. Just the right amount of Challenge to make it fun. Not to many hills not to difficult it was a really fun ride. Can’t wait to ride it again.
Nice walking trail, but for biking it a little to short work hard riding up and coast down.
just a word of caution to riders on road bikes, there is a section of trail between Seyfert Drive and PA 724 (near I 176) or mile markers 56 and 57 that is very rough. While only about a half of a mile, it was rough riding on 26"x2" tires, due to logging that was done in the woods beside the trail.
I really enjoyed the nice wide paths. It would be nice if the trail circled back. But I didn’t mind the almost 10 mile way back on the same trail. I would recommend this ride!
Great area! Leads to awesome area with great mining history. It may be washed out in some spots *THANKS TO PENNDOT/OR THE ORGANIZATION RESPONSIBLE ** Yeah it is not good for bicycles at all but there are other places to ride as many other miserable ppl mentioned before.. That said its a nice walk, 209 is not thay loud most of the time, leads to 309 south rail trail above north bound 309 tho is only about 4mi one way 8mi both soooo yeah. Don't be afraid to venture off trail bc there os awesome views, streams, trails etcetera. There may be the occasional atv/dirtbike/utv but 85% are very considerate and cautious and DO NOT OR NEVER use the actual sand trail, they stay to the side in grass(cld clrly sea the trackks in grass) and def slow dwn when pedestrians are visible foe safety amd to leep dust down
.. please have fun, be safe, watch for snakes, and thank yakl!!!
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