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Very scenic, started at lehigh canal park in weissport, great parking.Took up past glen onoko.Thanks Brian for recommending!!
This is my favorite place to ride. So scenic in all seasons including a red covered bridge. Plenty of parking spots, water fountains and restrooms. Trail is for all levels. There are 2 steep hills on one side but just stick to the other side of the creek to exclude them.
According to sign at Elm St, Depot St access is closed for construction.
Great trail with plenty of views. Ponds woods and fields.
Great trail until you get close to tinicum. Trail completely closed. Had to go down and up steep embankment to get onto road. It reopens after 100 yards or so. We went up pa side from Stockton and returned on Nj side to avoid it on return. Nj side much wider.
I really enjoy this trail. The terrain is great for all levels and abilities as the trail is cinder for the most part which is easy on the joints, and the majority of it is relatively flat. If you do the outer most loop there will be two somewhat steep uphills and downhills but if you have concerns just take your time and they will not pose not an issue. The outer most loop comes to almost a 10k (6.2 miles) if you go from end to end. There are several bridges along the way where you can create different loops. Most of the path is well shaded which is fantastic on a hot, sunny day. Today we started at the "Runner's House" and went to Fish Hatchery Road, where we then did a loop around the fish hatchery. We then headed back on the opposite side of the river and looped back at the bridge with the parking lot near the opposite entrance. This gave us about 5.28 miles total.
My son (age 8) & I really enjoyed this trail on our bikes, leaving from a home in Clarks Green and accessing the Clarks Summit trailhead off Old State Road after a short bike along the Old Lackawanna Trail. (Crossing 6/11 may have been the trickiest part of the whole expedition!) The trip northwest towards Dalton was almost all downhill, and a delight. I got confused by the trail where it hits Arch Ave. near the Abington Little League baseball fields, as it's not clearly marked and the road seems like the right way to go, and we had to turn left on the busier Ackerly Road to return to the trail. But anyway, the downhill part of the trip was a breeze. When the boardwalk met S. Turnpike Rd., we turned around after a brief water break, and then it was all uphill from there. My son had to walk a few times. He loved zooming down the steep hill at the tricky spot that saw us lose the trail coming the other direction, by the ball fields, and we walked up the steep hill of the footpath. But we made it, and topped off our trip with a pair of delicious cones at Manning's scoop shop in the shopping plaza at State St. & Grove St. A lot of fun, and a great trail, thanks to the Countryside Conservancy (https://countrysideconservancy.org/about/).
The trail is moderately level. Some ups and downs but relatively easy. Many places are only wide enough for one bike. Some super muddy spots. Overall the trail could use some grooming and TLC.
Enjoyed exploring the trail with a friend on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in June. First time here, it was a challenge to find it. Once we did we enjoyed the path and found a few others along our journey. Worth checking out. No address but directions in the parking instructions.
My sons (ages 8 and 7) & I really enjoyed biking this trail. We parked and started at the Olive Street trailhead and went south to Elm Street, then back up to Poplar Street, where we had a great riverside snack at Sweeney's Beach, and then rode back to our car. Highly recommend. My youngest had to walk a few times uphill, but otherwise, great riding for our skill levels. Highly recommend. And thanks to the many, many people who've obviously worked hard to bring this amenity to the public.
Park is busy and in some parts path is narrow and avoiding getting hit by a bike or runner is an issue. Not enough parking and parking is crowded.
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