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My wife and I rode the trail this morning. Excellent ride for e-bikes. Most of trail is asphalt. A small section is dirt/small gravel but very easy to ride on. Beautiful ride through the country side. Be sure not to miss the Gnome Village!
Lots of shade on this trail. Downed trees noted in an earlier review have been cleared. Could really use some fine gravel over much of the trail. Watch the crossing at Route 743. Cars are flying. Steep grades on either side of the former tressel.
Trail is very hilly and crushed stone is not good for hybrids. Shame because the trail looked like it was very picturesque if we could go further.
I did my first ride on this trail from Lebanon to Mt Gretna with a side trip to The Jigger Shop for an ice cream. 21 miles. My longest ride to date and it was so easy!
Great ride. Trail was in great shape. Did 8 mile stretch from Tannery to State Park.
July 18th 2021 Fun ride with lots of sights and history to take in. Rode with my Nephew, it is his local trail. Parts of our ride were awesome smooth wide trail and other parts were very rough narrow and bumpy. I will ride more of this trail next time that I am in the area.
If I could give it a zero, I would. That goes for any place (with the exception of animal preserves) that does not allow dogs. Dogs are not allowed at any of Berks county recreational parks except Antietam Lake.
Just rode this trail this AM and it was fabulous …scenic and interesting
The 'newly' paved section is great.
I think the paving will slow down the traffic on that section of the trail.
For a paved trail... It's rough. Was it planned that way? If it wasn't you should ask for a refund from the paving company.
No information on local ordance for Ebike use on this trail.
State law states Ebikes can go anywhere bikes can be used.
The trail surface is in desperate need of a fine layer of gravel to make it a five star trail. Scenery is great, but its past time for some much needed maintenance.
If you are looking for a trail with ambiance, this is not it. Unfortunately it’s placed above and next to a very busy road creating a lot of traffic noise. This trail is also not a loop, so you will have to turn around and walk back, through the noise of traffic. Probably a great trail for the local neighborhood but not one I will go back to from outside the area.
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