I'm not sure where to start with this review. We rode the Mid Valley section of the trail. At the outset, the information and maps on LHVA.org aren't very helpful. We attempted to start in Dickson City but couldn't find Bernard Seminski Park. What we realized when we got to that area is the "trail" is on the road at that point. We then drove to the Depot St. Trailhead, which is located in Peckville. If you map yourself to Mid Valley Plumbing Supply at 601 River St., the parking lot is right across the street. This paved part of the trail is heavily used by runners. Less than 2 miles in, we reached a road (Church St.) where the trail just ended with no signage indicating where to go. At this point, turn right and curve left along the river. The trail picks up in about a quarter-mile. Along the next segment of the trail, at the Laurel St. trailhead, there are an observation deck built over the river and coal mining ruins. When you arrive at the end of the trail in Jermyn (FYI - birthplace of first aid) at Delaware St., take a left then right onto Cemetery Rd., bear right at Plank Rd, pass most of the cemetery. Keep an eye on the right for a cul-de-sac of crushed stone trail in the trees. There are no markings whatsoever. This small segment of the trail leads to the Mayfield parking lot. This is where we decided to go back. On the way back, we stayed mostly on the road and took a detour to Archibald Pothole State Park on Business Rte. 6 West. It's a huge pothole, formed from a glacier, when a coal miner blasted the rock in 1884. It's worth the detour. Overall, both the on trail and on road sections of this trail make for a great ride. More clear signage would make it more enjoyable and require less stopping to see where you are. LHVA.org should make its maps clearer with a key so riders know when they're on the trail and when they aren't.