We really enjoyed hiking here. There was a nice variety of woods area, stone walk and some pavement. I normally am not a fan of pavement, but there were quite a few areas that were muddy, slippery and at a pretty good incline, so the pavement was a welcome at the end of the hike.
It was a beautiful day today and great to see sunshine. There are quite a few different options to add or subtract some miles and a few nice elevation changes. It was very zen and peaceful, even though there were a lot of people.
Plenty to see on and nearby the trail. Plenty for kids of all ages, especially at the nature center at the trail head where you can see wild animals being nursed back to health. Mostly gentle, with a few steep, but short rises in the trail. It's hard to see the namesake glen from the path.
Laurel D. on Penitentiary Glen Connector Trail
Decent but not hard like the map claims. Lots of grass paths to walk through that can be pretty wet and tall at times.
Tristy B. on Penitentiary Glen Connector Trail
super nature center, check out the history of the Halle family home. Many trails to walk and very well maintained.