Hunters Crossing and Brayton Garden Trails

Pennsylvania


The trail is named for this park at its southern terminus near Trumbauersville.
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The trail enhances the quality of life for the residents of these subdivisions, giving them an easy way t5 walk or bike to nearby Quakertown.
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Passing between backyards near Trumbauersville.
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Approaching the first crossing on Dovecote Drive.
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The trail passes this huge wetland and glade, which are tucked in the woods behind nearby developments.
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With its Americana decoration, this small tool shed adds to the quaint atmosphere along the Brayton Garden Trail.
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Thanks to the trail, seen on right, this cul-de-sac is no longer a complete dead end.
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The Hunters Crossing Trail passes through woodlands near its northern terminus on the southwest side of Quakertown. Taken Aug. 2016.
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This portion of the trail closely parallels the route of the old Liberty Bell trolley line; the Hunters Crossing & Brayton Garden trails will eventually form part of a greenway that will connect the Allentown and Philly metropolitan areas.
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Features like this wooden fence give the trail a quaint atmosphere.
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The trail connects several developments in northwest Bucks County.
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In spring and summer, wildflowers can be seen dotting this meadow that separates the Hunters Crossing Trail from nearby subdivisions. Taken Aug. 2016.
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Looking north on the Hunters Crossing Trail, the southern terminus of which is at Trumbauersville Road, immediately across from the northern terminus of the Brayton Garden Trail. The two trails form a continuous, paved greenway.
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The mansion off Bartram Lane, seen through the trees near the north terminus of the Brayton Garden Trail, which ends at Trumbauersville Road. Taken Aug. 2016.
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View across the iron footbridge that carries the Brayton Garden Trail across Beaver Run.
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Passing the serene backyard of the mansion off Bartram Lane.
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Though no formal trailhead has yet been built for either path, visitors can park along streets in the nearby subdivisions and access it via connectors like this one off Bartram Lane.
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