Ironton Railroad Trail is a 10.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Whitehall, Pennsylvania that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
fun and easy! pavements no stones. good for walking and biking.
Fun, well kept trail!
Very nice for long walks/bike rides.
Directions lead us to the an off shoot trail which isn't a reflection of Ironton RT but once we got to it we were very underwhelmed. We will look elsewhere for family fun in the future.
Nice little trail especial good for locals. Moderate traffic mix of walkers, bike's and often people with pets. Most of trail is shaded with only grade to speak of near trail head. Will maintained. Looking forward to when the bridge construction is finished so trail detour is not needed.
Have only ridden this trail once with my 9 year old daughter & the Lehigh St bridge was out so our detour cut out some of the bike trail. Very nicely paved & clean; will have to hike actual trail at a later date.
Nice old historic trail that follows an old railroad. Plenty of interesting stone structures to be found. For anyone with a map the loop is more residential, but still a nice walk. A little more secluded and wooded if you take the s trails. All in all it's a beautiful use of this old industrial space.
Pretty basic trail, but on a nice fall afternoon, still worth it.
Very nice bike ride but didn't realize until we were "halfway" that the trail is actually 9.2 miles. It was too late to turn back so we did the whole thing. Still very nice especially in this weather
Really good trail for beginners or families with younger children.
Great trail for beginners but directions took me somewhere else .. Either way had a great time
Great trail for beginners.. However the entire trail (spur and loop) is 9.2 miles according to the brochure..
Nice trail some minor hills to peddle up but not difficult at all. Clean diverse scenery lots of rest areas. Just really nice.
Love this trail!! Visit here many times throughout the season!!