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wandern
eisig
schnee
14 days ago

Awesome trail, this is my second time hiking this, did it just today (January 2, 2020) and back in the summer of 2019. The trail is awesome, icy in some parts going down but nothing to extreme. The trail is well travelled, lots of tracks so the snow was nice and packed. The trail has snow on it but again, it’s packed so you don’t even notice it while walking. The townsite was all icy so we didn’t stay too long. The bridges along the way were still accessible and the river is still flowing it hasn’t iced over yet. Overall great hike would recommend in the summer and winter seasons

wandern
19 days ago

One of my favourites! Easy to hike and lots to see. Small detour to the cemetery is well worth it. We took our 1 year old. Our friend rolled his ankle on the coke ash pile. Hilarious!

wandern
schlammig
2 months ago

Oct 22- good trail conditions. Some muddy spots. Nice undulating trail so we got some elevation plus 10 miles. So glad to be hiking this time of year even if it was just on an ATV road. Very nice bridges for the 3 creek crossings. Lille was neat to explore. Do some google search before hand and print off a labeled map of the area.

wandern
4 months ago

Great Trail!

wandern
steinig
4 months ago

Great trail for a young family. 10, 8 and 6 year old all did well. Drove to the signpost mentioned in other reviews. Parts of the trail were quite rocky and kids were tripping a bit, but nice, wide trail and really neat historical site at the end that was fun to explore. Waterfall was a nice stop as well.

wandern
4 months ago

Did this hike last Saturday, the weather was nice but not to hot so the trail wasn’t that busy. Went with my sister and nephews, who are 1, 5 & 7 and the dog. Everyone really enjoyed the hike. We drove up the gravel road to where the atv signs are and parked. The hike ended up taking us about 4-4 & 1/2 hrs. But we ended up at the waterfall twice for about 15 minutes each time and spent about 45 minutes exploring the coke ovens and town site. Will definitely be going back as we didn’t manage to find the fire hydrant and we want to see the cemetery and some of the mine sites.

wandern
schlammig
4 months ago

Beautiful country. Lots of different things for the horses to experience(bridges, creeks, waterfalls, and more). I would recommend to have your horses shod as the path is very rocky. Found the big water fall, the cemetery and of course Lille. Great place to relax and have a lunch behind the coal pile, has a creek to wade in. Beautiful!

Great , I mountain biked the trail, easy, followed the ATV signs that took us there, Fun puddle riding

wandern
4 months ago

Very long and rough rocky road. Loose cows and some raspberry bushes. Cute bridges, streams to cross. Lille does not have much, most of it is a field with rocks. Too tired to look for the coke ovens and there is limited signs.Dog loved it.

wandern
4 months ago

Definitely an easy, dog friendly trail. Make sure you know where you’re going to find the trail head because we got lost a couple times and had to ask for directions. You can drive in further and shorten the hike if you want to. Not much elevation gain, the path is wide and rocky, but fine to walk on. Cows can be see around and on the trail. Cool half day hike to see the remains

wandern
5 months ago

Awesome hike, pretty intense. You see the summit before hitting a valley and it looks discouraging but you just have to push it ! Super windy on top but nice trail. Took us 2 hrs to get up and about 1 hr to get down.

wandern
5 months ago

I enjoyed the hike into the townsite, would definitely do it again. The only downside to the hike was all the horseflies there.

wandern
abseits des Weges
5 months ago

We did this trail today. The weather was warm. We parked at the bottom where we got directions from a UofL write up. Another person below mentioned parking where the trail forks at the Quading, hiking, biking sign. To get to that point, pass through the cattle guard going straight INSTEAD of turning into the Frank interpretive center. Go straight and follow that road 3.8km (hubby set the trip on the truck). There will be vehicles parked on the side of the road. Start there! Also this trail is not mountain bike friendly if you are new to mountain biking especially little ones on bikes. It is very rocky and lots of hills. We walked our bikes 90% of the way then ditched them in the bush at the halfway point and walked the rest. If we were not so tired we would have enjoyed the site a little more. It was cool and next time we will explore more. I will say the the OHV users were amazing. They were very respectful and kept the dust to a minimum when passing. :)

wandern
abseits des Weges
5 months ago

wandern
5 months ago

Easy little hike to burn couple of hours. The waterfall along way is a good spot get in the water and cool off

wandern
5 months ago

I biked this trail back in 2012, and it was fascinating. I want to go again, but my grandma got after me and told me there were cougars back there. Has anyone witnessed any bear or cougar activity?

ATV/hiking trail, follow the ATV signs. It's a beautiful trail.

wandern
6 months ago

Great family hike. The trail itself was really an ATV road. But still got **** for the scenery and neat history. Worth the jaunt. Personally I’d drive in to the fork where it shows atv, bikes, hiking and start from there. About 7.5km round trip and gets to the good stuff.

wandern
6 months ago

Easy, family & dog friendly trail. Beautiful waterfall just before the townsite just off the main trail.

Got pretty far by car (slowly and carefully) on a pot hole filled road. Parked on the side then continued by foot. The old townsite was a cool historical site!! And there are neat creeks and rivers along the way.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
7 months ago

We parked about a km before where everyone else seemed to have parked and ended up wandering all over the place on this little adventure. We turned it into a 24km round trip, due to strolling off trail and sightseeing. There’s a little waterfall to the left of the quad trail after you cross the last bridge before the Town site. We ended up eating lunch here and enjoyed the scenery. To see the remnants of Lille was pretty neat. If you enjoy history, this is a must see. It was interesting to try and envision what the town must’ve looked like in the early 1900’s with 400 residents. The coke ovens are probably the most preserved structures. To find these, go past the Lille information sign and walk towards the coal hill. You’ll see the coke ovens on the right side. The trail to the Town was pretty decent. There are some climbs but make sure you’re wearing good footwear with ankle support. Overall, we enjoyed this little jaunt. It was a beautiful little history lesson in the wilderness. Ps- If you’re also into geocaching, there’s a cache up in the old Townsite. I’ll give you a hint- fire hydrant.

wandern
schlammig
7 months ago

wandern
7 months ago

Beautiful trail with an amazing view. That deep dip is the best, especially when you get to do it twice!

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schlammig
steinig
7 months ago

wandern
8 months ago

May 16 little early yet went up the power line got up 5 km ran into deep snow

great hike for the kids and dog

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