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Very pretty nature trail, both dirt and paved paths, the Conestoga River is very peaceful and there is a trail that runs right next to it with lots of hamocking oppurtunities

I love Neversink, run or hike it frequently. But holy poison ivy! After the real steep incline on the long/orange loop it is unavoidable .

unfortunately the manor township portion is closed due to rock slide. Martic portion is boring as there is no scenery just runs along power lines

Look for Aldon Place trail head. there is a nice parking. it is down hill heading into Lebanon but the ride back wasn't hard. Nice trail for an easy bike ride.

I think I just saw a bald eagle flying over the river

We LOVED this trail! Started in Marietta River Park and biked all the way down to Columbia Crossing. Excellently maintained trail that made for a beautiful ride. There are spots along the way to stop and go down to the river, and also a lovely wildflower meadow. Don’t forget to stop at the snow cone stand at Chiques Rock! Very kind lady and very refreshing treats. Made for an amazing day!

beautiful and easy walk with plenty of opportunities to take scenic photos. great for me and my dog to run or walk. quite a few people on bikes. can get crowded at times, definitely worth a visit.

trail running
28 days ago

this is paved trail and is over run with bicycles riding way to fast and not signaling when they ride up on you. very busy place. Good for a little family walk and strollers.

Went to the area where the Boxcar Rocks are located. They are not only interesting to look at but fun to climb around on. Be careful the rocks can be slippery and steep.

This is my practice trail.
Good hills for conditioning.

mountain biking
1 month ago

July 2018 - the two large bridges (Martic Forge and Safe Harbor) are not passable. You cannot ride this trail end to end.

road biking
1 month ago

Best urban ride in southeastern Pennsylvania. Free parking on Sedgley street at Kelly drive. Sculptures scattered through the Fairmont park part of the trail give great spots for a water break and a photo. Heavy traffic on the trail up to the Falls bridge, after which It thins out until Manayunk. A strech of street riding until the canal path comes into play ,then a safe auto free ride until Phoenixville. Connecting trails along the entire SRT make this trail the main artery this side of Pa.

I love this trail. It is a peaceful place and a great trail.

road biking
1 month ago

Not idle for road biking. A mountain bike is more idle for this trail. Summer has too many insects out. Best ride in the fall.

love the scenery, safe, easy trail

We have completed about 4 of the trails and find them to be both relaxing and a challenge. loved the Wetlands festival too. great for kids as well.

Scenic and relatively easy ride! Something we will definitely be doing again!

Well-maintained, paved trail. Several road crossings, but they are mostly quiet streets with little traffic. Sunny in spots, shady in others. Several parks, benches, and points of interest. Good trail for families or casual bikers.

Nice flat trail for cruising

mountain biking
1 month ago

A real nice trail. Park your car in Jim Thorpe and take the bus with your bike to Whit hall. Enjoy your ride at times along the Lehigh river back to the town of J Thorpe. Once back reward yourself with a late lunch in this nice little town

walking
1 month ago

A nice trail to go running on. For the people that like more adventure kind of boring. A nice trail along the water

road biking
1 month ago

Very nice trail, easy, clean and well mainteined.

it was one of the best day trip we made in a long time.
spent the rest of our day walking around Jim Thorpe, a beautiful town.
definitely returning for the fall foilage

Forget the cowbell. For a river trail I need a little more river view! Good flat path great for walk/run/bike tho.

trail running
2 months ago

Flat, open road for running at pace. Some foot and bike traffic, but plenty of room for all. Very scenic and shaded throughout. Porta-potties! ample parking at numerous spots along the route.

Nice and flat trail. Great for jogging or bike riding. On a nice summer day, the reservoir is beautiful!

We started at Gate 5 and it was almost immediately a steep uphill climb from there going north. I like doing the uphills first so that was good! We followed the orange loop most of the way with a side trip on the green loop so we could see the witch's hat. Very enjoyable hike. Much was wooded and shady. The trails were well-marked with blazes on the trees and signs to help you when the trails went in different directions. We were surprised on the section of orange/blue to hit another very steep part of the trail. You're rewarded by views of the city of Reading when you get nearly to the top. Just turn around to look behind you to see the city. Took a little over 3 hours.

Loads of wildlife and flowers, smell of honeysuckle strong now. I’ve been main trail plenty of times but took the east shore trail today , well worth it. Much fewer people, tons of wildlife; trail was easy albeit a tad mushy in places

Easy traveling, this is my go-to trail for riding. Beautiful scenery and plenty of stopd, if needed. Sometimes gets a bit crowded but always enjoyable.

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