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I rode it with my 7 year old son Pros - nicely paved and not too crowded on the day we rode it Cons - A lot of the trail is within earshot of major highways, so the constant hum of traffic takes away some of the fun. Overall, if you live nearby it’s a nice trail, but I wouldn’t go out of my way for this one.
Magnificent tree lined trail from the art Museum through Fairmount Park. On weekends the road is closed to motorists which provides ample two lane flow for bikers. Trail enjoys lovely views of Center City, the Art Museum, Water Works, Boathouse Row, The Schuylkill River and numerous bridges notably the Amtrak Viaduct, Strawberry Mansion, Twin Bridges and the East Falls.
A little gem. I get 6 miles around on my apps.
As compared to the Perkiomen or Schuylkill trails, CVT is like city riding. There are about a dozen road crossings, a couple across major highways. More than 1/3 of the distance is directly adjacent to 202 and the road noise is very loud. The remote sections are nice and trail well maintained but would choose a different trail next time.
This is a nice trail with beautiful scenery driving around the lake. There are a decent amount of hills.
Nice quiet break from the noisy 202 parkway, worth a side trip
Positives: paved and hilly so good cardio, side trails peaceful Negatives: noisy alongside busy road
I ride this regularly to get an easy ride in the city. Smooth trail. Plenty of shade, not too crowded.
We started at the Delaware State Park site off Jefferson Ave. There’s plenty of parking. Unfortunately, there are zero trail signs. There were no signs on the trail either. TrailLink noted some missing sections in the first 9 miles. I’d suggest NOT starting at this trailhead and saving yourself a lot of headaches. The trail is not marked and goes through a lot of bad areas AND along/across a very busy street. It’s just not worth the effort. We’re gong back on a few weeks to check further up the trail, but not this section. I’m sure it’ll get better.
It's a beautiful small trail near my home. Whenever I am tired and still feel like biking, I ride here. It's soothing.
We rode the entire length out and back on a 95 deg day. This trail is wide and very well maintained. Most is shaded and the cars were very good about stopping when the trail crossed a road. There I are just enough small hills to make it interesting but not too steep.There is a clean restroom and water fountain at approximately 11 miles.
Thank you to the previous reviews. They were all very helpful. My sister and I started the trail in Jim Thorpe. We also parked on South Ave as we were unsure where else to park. The trail head is 15 feet from where Hill Ave and South Ave meet. The trail head has no marker but there is a bench and two small concrete posts. We rode 5 miles to Mauch Chunk Lake. It was a slow incline up. Very doable. You need to watch some of the sections but overall the path is well maintained and wide at some parts for two bikes.
Two notable things....
First: At the very beginning, it looks like the trail forks. Take the right upper trail. The lower one just brings you into a street in town and the mistake will cause you a good uphill bike back (yes, we made the mistake)
Second: at one point you come out of the wooded area into a sort of public works building. Go to the road. The trail head continues down the road, to the right, and across the street and at the top of Flagstaff Rd. Flagstaff Rd is about 100 yards from the public works area. There is a trail sign on the road when you come out of the public works area on the right that points this direction. If you are doing the trail starting from Summit Hill, then come off the trail at Flagstaff and head down about 100 yards. You will over a culvert on the left into the public works area. Head to the back to pick up the trail again.
Enjoy!! We will be going back!
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