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    Dan Clementi saved Rocky Ridge Trail

    11 days ago

    Dan Clementi saved Batsto Lake Trail

    15 days ago

    Dan Clementi saved Cliff Trail

    24 days ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Harmony Hill

    about 1 month ago

    Great mix of trails! From hilly to flat trails, surrounded by the woods or grassy fields, any combination of these 7 trails are a scenic work out or a relaxing day in the woods.

    There are four parking areas in the Bradford Meadows/Harmony Hill/West Valley Nature areas. There are two off of 322 including one with access off Skelp Level Road, one off of Skelp Level Road at the Harmony Hill sign and one off of Harmony Hill Rd at the Covered Bridge, next to 322.

    It gets really buggy in the lower stream areas in the Fall. Stay off the orange and yellow trails until the fall buggers die.

    Dan Clementi saved The Subway Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Neversink Trail Loop

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Hibernia County Park Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi completed Hibernia County Park Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Hibernia County Park Trail

    about 1 month ago

    A muddy, flat buggy mess. Also, too many people patrolling the area.
    You feel like you’re doing something wrong the whole time.

    As for the rest of the park? Don’t do this. Don’t do that. Everywhere a sign!

    Dan Clementi saved Atsion Lake Loop

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Chickies Rock Overlook Trail

    about 1 month ago

    A nice quick walk to the lookout. Nice view. A good way to walk off dinner.

    Dan Clementi reviewed Brandywine Trail

    about 1 month ago

    I love the Harmony Hill side of the trail. This review is for the Downingtown side. You can connect from the Bradford parking area to the Struble Trail by crossing over 322. Once on Bradford, make a left onto the trail. It’s muddy, rocky, with plenty of side trails all leading to the same place. I went with the paths with higher elevation on the way out and stuck with the blazes on the way back. Then, the trail ends and your cutting through backyards and traveling along city streets. What you’re left with is white blazes through 3 Downingtown parks. The trail follows the eastern branch of the Brandywine and continues under Lincoln Highway to Kerr Park. You can then continue into Kardon Park and onto the Struble Trail.

    Dan Clementi completed Brandywine Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Chauncey Peak Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Monocacy Hill Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Thun Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Hopewell Fire Tower

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Saint Pete's Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi saved Exeter Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Chickies Rock Overlook Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi completed Chickies Rock Overlook Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Conestoga Trail: Holtwood to Pequea

    about 1 month ago

    Creek, rocks, views: this trail has it all! It’s a very beautiful tropical-like hike with swimming holes, dense vegetation and little light, until you reach the Pinnacle area. What it is not is moderate! For a Pennsylvania hike with the amount of precipitation we’ve had this summer, this trail is HARD. It made Glen Onoko seem like a good place for parent’s to push their little ones in a stroller while wearing flip flops. (Don’t do that.)

    There are allot of trail markings on straightaways with no other intersections. However, there are no trail markings when they’re needed most, but that was part of the fun. Quite a few times I needed to backtrack off rocks or creek crossings when I crossed too soon. I followed the orange trail and gave up at the Pinnacle outlook. It was a great climatic approach to the trail.

    What you need:

    1. Waterproof boots/ shoes with great grip
    2. Lots and lots of water
    3. Lots of bug spray!!

    Dan Clementi saved Old Valley Road East Loop

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Old Valley Road East Loop

    about 1 month ago

    This is a nice find in the Exton area, on an abandoned road with wooded trails and an elevated view of Route 30 and Immaculata University. I enjoyed the flat wooded road, but I did not follow the off road trail as recorded here. I went past a couple of interesting looking houses and an old barn that might belong to the nearby Church Farm School and I continued on Old Valley Rd. There’s a trail past the old barn with elevation that leads to a few other trails. I followed one trail that leads out behind houses on Spring Valley Rd.

    Dan Clementi completed Old Valley Road East Loop

    about 1 month ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed West Valley Nature Area

    2 months ago

    Adjacent to the Harmony Hill and Bradford Meadows Park areas, these 4 elevated dirt paths and paved trail run along the Brandywine under the shade of trees. The dirt trails are well marked and have lots of turns and elevation changes, which make for a challenging, but fun run, jog, hike or bike run.

    Located in a convenient location right off 322, there are two parking areas on either side of the paved trail. There is a port-a-potty at the convergence of the western most dirt trail and the Brandywine trail. If these trails aren’t enough, continue onto the Harmony Hill area with additional elevated and flat low-lying dirt trails. The Brandywine Trail continues on towards Downingtown under tree, eventually opening up into a grassy field.

    Dan Clementi reviewed Black Run Nature Loop

    3 months ago

    Dan Clementi completed Black Run Nature Loop

    3 months ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Hawk Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    Lots of little outlooks to view the falls and river. *Be advised, if you are using the NE extension of the PA Tpk, this is an EZ Pass only exit. I split the day up with a hike up Glen Onoko Falls, just a short drive down 209.

    Dan Clementi completed Hawk Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    Dan Clementi reviewed Swatara Falls

    4 months ago

    Dan Clementi completed Swatara Falls

    4 months ago

    Dan Clementi saved Swatara Falls

    4 months ago

    Dan Clementi saved Hawk Falls Trail

    4 months ago