Lebanon Valley Rail-Trail

Pennsylvania


Begin the LVRT at Lebanon/Lancaster County line. There is a bench here where you can stop and rest.
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Lat: 40.19875 Long: -76.56093
Uploaded: 11/20/2016
Lat: 40.30236 Long: -76.40973
The new segment of the trail near Jonestown currently dead-ends at this iron trestle over the Swatara Creek. The trestle, which currently has no decking, is scheduled to be restored and incorporated into the trail in 2018. Taken Sept. 2016.
Uploaded: 10/8/2016
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Located just off the northern extension near Jonestown, residents of this development will be able to travel south to Lebanon or north to Swatara State Park once the trail is completed. Taken Sept. 2016.
Uploaded: 10/8/2016
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Rounding a bend on the northern extension near Jonestown.
Uploaded: 10/8/2016
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The trail's surface turns from crushed stone to asphalt in this clearing near Jonestown.
Uploaded: 10/8/2016
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Wildflowers add color to the scenery near Jonestown.
Uploaded: 10/8/2016
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Heading south through the woods on the northern extension in Jonestown.
Uploaded: 10/8/2016
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Looking south on the newest segment of the trail in Jonestown. Taken Sept. 2016.
Uploaded: 10/7/2016
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The newest section of trail begins immediately north of Jonestown Road. Taken Sept. 2016.
Uploaded: 10/7/2016
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The first segment of the trail north of Lebanon opened in Jonestown last summer. Currently isolated from the rest of the greenway, this portion of the trail will eventually be extended south to Lebanon and north to Lickdale. Taken Sept. 2016.
Uploaded: 10/7/2016
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Uploaded: 5/12/2016
Lat: 40.25176 Long: -76.47188
This sign marks the current northern terminus of the trail at Route 422 on Lebanon's west side. Note that the RR tracks across the road have not yet been removed, and there are plans to extend the trail further north in the near future. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/25/2015
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This picture clearly shows how the converted trail bridge over the Quittapahilla Creek south of Route 422 once supported two RR tracks, with the anticipation that more would eventually be added.
Uploaded: 12/25/2015
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Sign and blaze marking the junction with the Horseshoe Trail about a mile west of Colebrook. This hiking trail extends from the Appalachian Trail northeast of Harrisburg southeast through the highlands to Valley Forge.
Uploaded: 12/25/2015
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LVRT/Horseshoe Trail junction. Located about a mile west of Colebrook, the Horseshoe Trail is the grass path heading north into the meadow, while the LVRT is the gravel ribbon crossing from left to right.
Uploaded: 12/25/2015
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Part of the Cornwall skyline, as seen from the iron bridge.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Crossing the old iron bridge, now restored for trail use, in Cornwall.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Approaching the restored iron bridge in Cornwall.
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This underpass carries an access road over the trail to a retirement community near Cornwall.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Winter along the trail near Cornwall.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Looking south from the current, northern terminus of the LVRT, at Route 422 in Lebanon, as of Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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The impounded creek passes beneath a building immediately east of the repurposed trail bridge near Route 422 in Lebanon.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Approaching Route 422, the northern terminus, as of Aug. 2015. Plans call for the trail to be extended further north, toward Jonestown and Lickdale, where it will connect to the Swatara Rail-Trail, in the near future.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Although the eastern side of this old RR bridge has been restored for trail use, the western side, which once supported a second track, remains unchanged. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Crossing the impounded creek in Lebanon- the city's own 'Los Angeles River.'
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Looking north along the newly completed section between Chestnut Street and Route 422 in Lebanon. An old RR bridge across the creek was repurposed for trail use.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Crossing Chestnut Street in the city of Lebanon. Formerly the northern terminus, the trail was recently extended another block north to Route 422. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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This picturesque farm is situated along the trail near Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Passing horse pastures near Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/24/2015
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Passing horse farms in southwest Lebanon County.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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Field with hay bales, seen through the trees from the trail southwest of Lawn.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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This small bridge southwest of Lawn has a rustic look with the old, wooden railing.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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This sign marks the separate path for horseback riders, which closely parallels the main trail for most of its length.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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Silo visible from the trail northeast of the Lebanon-Lancaster county line. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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Bucolic farmscapes along the trail at sunset in late summer. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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A change in the surface of the trail can be seen at the Lancaster-Lebanon county line.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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Sign marking the start of the LVRT at the Lancaster-Lebanon county line. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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Bench near the Lancaster-Lebanon county line.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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Old marker stone at the Lancaster-Lebanon County line.
Uploaded: 12/23/2015
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Sign marking the end of the Conewago Recreation Trail and beginning of the LVRT at the Lancaster/Lebanon County border.
Uploaded: 12/22/2015
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This sign marks the end of the LVRT and beginning of Lancaster County's Conewago Recreation Trail.
Uploaded: 12/22/2015
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Approaching the Lancaster County line. Although officially the southern terminus of the LVRT, the greenway continues further southwest toward Elizabethtown as the Conewago Recreation Trail.
Uploaded: 12/22/2015
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Cattle grazing off the trail near the Lancaster County line. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/22/2015
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It may surprise some people that powerline corridors form meadow-like environments where wildflowers thrive and cattle can graze.
Uploaded: 12/22/2015
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Electrical towers silhouetted against the early evening sky in late summer. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/22/2015
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Crossing a powerline corridor just northeast of the Lancaster County line.
Uploaded: 12/22/2015
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The trail passes this farm near the Lancaster County line.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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The creek passes through a drainage channel beneath the old RR-turned-trail bridge near the Lancaster County border.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Crossing a creek near the Lancaster County border.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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The cool shade on the wooded sections of the LVRT provides a welcome refuge from the sun in the warm months of the year. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Cyclist heading southwest toward the Lancaster County border and the Conewago Recreation Trail.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Looking north toward the underpass beneath the Turnpike. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Mile marker on the north side of the underpass beneath the Turnpike.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Approaching the underpass that carries the trail beneath the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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'Green tunnel' effect on the trail southwest of Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Check out the reflective quality of this pond off the trail southwest of Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Early evening sky; taken along the LVRT in Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Bench along the trail in the woods southwest of Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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More horse farms visible from the trail; taken Aug. 2015.
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Another late afternoon view along the trail near Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Passing behind another home southwest of Lawn.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Birdhouse off the trail southwest of Lawn.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Passing through the woods southwest of Lawn.
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Crossing Eckert Road southwest of Lawn.
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A number of horse farms line the LVRT in southwesternmost Lebanon County and continue on the adjacent Conewago Recreation Trail in Lancaster County.
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Backyards and gardens visible from the trail, fittingly in Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Passing behind homes in Lawn.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Lawn Post Office, complete with small bridge providing access to the LVRT.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Another bucolic, late afternoon scene along the trail in Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Late afternoon sun, filtering through clouds along the trail in Lawn.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Rustic access path that connects a local home to the LVRT in Lawn.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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This tree majestically towers over the trail in Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
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Hedges line a section of the trail in Lawn.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Straight, grass-lined section of the trail passing behind homes in the appropriately named Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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View down the road from the trail crossing next to Lawn Community Park in the small rural village in southwest Lebanon County.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Parking area for both the trail and adjacent Lawn Community Park.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Sign marking the main access to the trail in the small, rural village of Lawn. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Locals were enjoying both the trail and park facilities in Lawn on a warm, summer evening. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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The trail passes Lawn's community park, seen on the left.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Colebrook Borough Park, located immediately north of the town's trailhead. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Looking south from the trail crossing at Route 117 in Colebrook. The Horseshoe Trail and a network of paths in Governor Dick Nature Reserve are a short distance up the hill, providing more options for local hikers.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Looking east across Route 117 toward the Colebrook trailhead and park. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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This woman was spending the warm, summer evening walking her dogs along the trail in Colebrook. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Straight path through the woods, taken west of Colebrook in Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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A relic from the old RR, this mile marker can be seen off the trail west of Colebrook.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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After ascending the side of the old RR grade, the access path that connects the LVRT to this development west of Colebrook turns from dirt to a nice, paved sidewalk. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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This access path connects the LVRT to a nearby development just west of Colebrook.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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After crossing Route 117, the LVRT reenters the woods and continues southwest toward Lawn and the Lancaster County line.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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View north from the trail crossing at Route 117 in Colebrook. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/21/2015
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Sign marking the Colebrook trailhead.
Uploaded: 12/20/2015
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Cyclists enjoying a late summer ride across the trailhead in Colebrook. Taken Aug. 2015.
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Located at the Colebrook trailhead, this sign informs trail users of the nearby Conewago Creek and its role in the local ecology.
Uploaded: 12/20/2015
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This large, gravel lot at the Colebrook park provides ample parking for trail users. Taken Aug. 2015.
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Sign at the park that doubles as a trailhead in Colebrook.
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Looking east along the trail in Colebrook.
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This woman was getting ready to take a bike ride from Mt. Gretna down the LVRT. Taken on a warm summer day in Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/20/2015
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Although Mt. Gretna does not have a formal trailhead, parking is available in this gravel lot off Timber Road, at the beginning of the branch path. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/20/2015
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Sign directing trail users from the branch path toward either downtown Mt. Gretna or the lake.
Uploaded: 12/20/2015
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Sign warning cyclists on the branch path that connects the LVRT to Mt. Gretna to stop at the junction with a nearby street, located around the bend.
Uploaded: 12/20/2015
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One of the quaint kiosks that line the trail; this one is at the junction with the branch path into Mt. Gretna. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/18/2015
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Passing through the woods near Mt. Gretna in late summer. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/18/2015
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View of the trail near Mt. Gretna.
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Sign at the junction of the LVRT and the branch path into Mt. Gretna. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/18/2015
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Directional sign at the junction between the LVRT and the branch trail into Mt. Gretna.
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Looking southeast on the branch path, heading toward Mt. Gretna.
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Another view of the old water tank in the woods.
Uploaded: 12/18/2015
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Another remnant from the days when this was the site of a RR junction; this foundation is near the point where the Mt. Gretna Branch Trail breaks off the main greenway.
Uploaded: 12/18/2015
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Another view of the old water tank, visible behind a bench along the branch path to Mt. Gretna.
Uploaded: 12/18/2015
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Located in the woods off the branch path into Mt. Gretna, this water tank is a relic from the days of the RR.
Uploaded: 12/18/2015
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Benches line the branch path to Mt. Gretna, providing en enjoyable experience in the warmer months of the year. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/17/2015
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Passing behind homes on the branch path to Mt. Gretna. Taken Aug. 2015.
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Sun shining through the woods north of Mt. Gretna.
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Mt. Gretna branch path, curving through the lush woods in late summer. Taken Aug. 2015.
Uploaded: 12/17/2015
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Unlike the main trail, the branch path is paved with asphalt, ensuring a smooth ride that is also accessible to inline skaters.
Uploaded: 12/17/2015
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Sign welcoming users to the branch path that connects Mt. Gretna to the main trail on the north end of that town. Taken Aug. 2015.
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Please ensure the trail experience remains pleasurable for all by observing these rules.
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Beginning of the branch path that connects the LVRT to Mount Gretna. This paved, shaded trail was built along the path of a narrow gauge RR that once ferried vacationers and goods to the resort during the summer months.
Uploaded: 12/17/2015
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Share the trail with 4 young turkeys!!!
Uploaded: 9/1/2015
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My daughter and I rode the trail 8/8/15. This picture was taken near the Mt Wilson Rd parking area.
Uploaded: 8/16/2015
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Uploaded: 8/13/2015
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Uploaded: 7/28/2015
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Uploaded: 7/17/2015
Lat: 40.30910 Long: -76.41036
Uploaded: 7/17/2015
Lat: 40.27680 Long: -76.41153
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Lat: 40.27674 Long: -76.41148
Uploaded: 5/15/2015
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Uploaded: 4/29/2015
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Uploaded: 4/3/2015
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Uploaded: 10/10/2014
Lat: 40.19858 Long: -76.56100
Uploaded: 10/10/2014
Lat: 40.20554 Long: -76.55424
good ride on a nice trail
Uploaded: 8/10/2014
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Beautiful day for a mother and daughter bike ride!!
Uploaded: 5/11/2014
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Whistle post
Uploaded: 5/11/2014
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Another memorial in Fisher Veterans' Park, taken June 2013.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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Current (as of 2013) northern terminus of the trail along Chestnut Street (NOT LOCUST, AS I INCORRECTLY PUT ON ANOTHER CAPTION)in Lebanon.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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As of 2013, the trail ends at Locust Street, a block south of Route 422, in Lebanon. Future plans anticipate it continuing further north, to Jonestown and Lickdale.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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Pretty stone building near the trail's new northern terminus (for now) off Locust Street in Lebanon. Was this an old station? Taken June 2013.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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The trail parallels an impounded section of a creek in Lebanon. It reminds me of a mini version of the LA River.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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Sidewalk-like, concrete section of trail in Lebanon. Taken June 2013.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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Although most of the trail in Lebanon is paved with asphalt, there is a brief concrete portion.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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The newest section of the trail in Lebanon follows a straight line between 7th and Locust streets.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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This section of the old rail line on Lebanon's south side looks much nicer since the trail was extended through it. Taken June 2013.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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Safety signs have been posted alerting motorists to trail users crossing streets in Lebanon.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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State-of-the-art, handicapped friendly crossing on 7th Street, Lebanon.
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Approaching 7th Street crossing on the newest section of the trail in Lebanon. Taken on a warm, early summer evening in June 2013.
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The trail forms the northern boundary of Fisher Veterans' Park, between 7th and 9th streets in Lebanon.
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Pedestal to the statue, which is a Spanish-American War Memorial, in Fisher Veterans' Park. Taken June 2013.
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Korean War Memorial in Fisher Veterans' Park.
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Vintage tank in Veterans' Memorial Park. Located between busy 7th and 9th streets on Lebanon's south end, the park is far less isolated now that the trail has been extended along its north side.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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Another view of the Fisher Veterans' Park statue. The trail can be seen in the background.
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Statue and memorial in Fisher Veterans' Park, located directly off the trail in Lebanon's south side.
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This small park is directly off the newest section of trail on the south end of Lebanon. As its name indicates, it was built to honor and commemorate the residents of Lebanon who served in numerous wars. Taken June 2013.
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New, urban section of the trail between Route 72 and Locust Street in Lebanon. Taken June 2013.
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Cyclists crossing Route 72 North in Lebanon, moving onto the newest section of trail. Taken June 2013.
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Crossing at Route 72 north, on the south side of Lebanon. This is no longer the northernmost terminus of the trail; it now extends further north into the city. Taken June 2013.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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be sure to stop for some cold drinks
Uploaded: 6/22/2013
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This is where the trail begins in Lancaster County.
Uploaded: 5/22/2013
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
Uploaded: 12/22/2011
Lat: 40.23820 Long: -76.51090
At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
Uploaded: 12/22/2011
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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At the junction of Mt Wilson Rd and Mt Gretna Rd near Mt Gretna in South Londonderry Township
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The trail has provided a valuable asset to communities on the south side of Lebanon
Uploaded: 8/2/2011
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This abuttment to a dismantled street overpass is a notable landmark on the trail near the south end of the city
Uploaded: 8/2/2011
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Another pic of the Lebanon trail bunny - taken July 24, 2011.
Uploaded: 8/2/2011
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Despite its urban setting, a lot of wildlife could be seen along the trail's northernmost section on this warm summer day, including this rabbit.
Uploaded: 8/2/2011
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Looking south from Route 72.
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Approaching Route 72 in Lebanon. Very soon, the trail will extend further, toward Route 422.
Uploaded: 8/2/2011
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This is newest trailhead, off 8th St. in Lebanon
Uploaded: 8/2/2011
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Uploaded: 9/26/2010
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This stately home is in the suburbs, south of Lebanon. Properties built near trails typically see their values increase.
Uploaded: 7/15/2010
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Plaque listing the completion date for the Wilhelm Ave. overpass
Uploaded: 7/15/2010
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Looking out from the Wilhelm Ave. overpass
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Another view at the intersection with the South Lebanon Township Trail, with a sign pointing the way north into the city and south to Cornwall.
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Wilhelm Ave. overpass
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Looking east on the South Lebanon Township Trail, from the Wilhelm Ave. overpass
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Taken at the intersection with the South Lebanon Township Trail, which extends east through the suburbs south of the city
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Votnesll
Uploaded: 10/5/2009
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The trail passes under the PA Turnpike
Uploaded: 10/5/2009
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at the County Line, end of the LVRT
Uploaded: 10/5/2009
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Waiting out the storm near Butler Road
Uploaded: 10/5/2009
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Family on the move!
Uploaded: 7/5/2009
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Newly opened safe access on trail
Uploaded: 7/1/2009
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Woodland area just south of city
Uploaded: 7/1/2009
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LVRT can accomodate horses on the parallel wood chip path.
Uploaded: 6/4/2006
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Southern section of the LVRT near Lawn.
Uploaded: 6/4/2006
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Cornwall Trailhead
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