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Lehigh Portland Trails: Mt. Lehigh

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Iola, Kansas

Lehigh Portland Trails: Mt. Lehigh is a 1.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Iola, Kansas that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.1 mi Elevation gain 49 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Running Forest Wild flowers Wildlife
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This trail is a quick singletrack loop that runs to the top of Mt. Lehigh, the highest elevation at Lehigh Portland Trails. The trail begins at the Eastern Trailhead parking lot, with a twisting run through a heavy growth of cedar, followed by a short climb and then a path through hardwoods as the route circles the hill.

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Sam Karson
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Awesome trails!

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Karen Simone
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Great trails and kid friendly....good ELE ago on and water views!!!

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Catherine Geiger
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I did not do this trail at my last visit but regarding the park itself - I recommend visiting the website and looking at the different maps to the park to see how they all work together. There are so many trails in this park that connect, are skill alternatives to each other, and run along side each other; you should consider the trails as a whole system rather than individual trails to be done one at a time.

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Samantha Fitzwater
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Philip Lowry
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