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Enola Low Grade Trail is a 29.4 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Conestoga, Pennsylvania that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from February until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 29.4 miles Elevation Gain: 1,505 feet Route Type: Point to Point

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

mountain biking

nature trips

road biking

walking

bird watching

running

partially paved

rails trails

river

views

wildlife

bridge out

Please note: Users have reported that this trail is closed between Marticville and Quarryville. As of January 2020, the rail trail bridge is closed.

hiking
9 hours ago

Easy walk with kids and dog! You can go as near or as far as you want!

hiking
6 days ago

One of my favorite trails around. Easy to bike or push a jogging stroller through. Shortly passed mile marker 1 1/2, there’s a waterfall and runoff area that’s a great spot to explore off trail. (Starting from the Turkey Hill Trail side, closest to Columbia.) We’ve seen bald eagles, rock climbers, turtles, and all sorts of other neat critters on this path!

road biking
2 months ago

Bikers - be aware the trail is not a 30 mile point to point. You get cut off at the Safe Harbor dam. It’s about 5.3 miles out to that point. Appears you can park on the other side of the rail crossing and pick up the remainder of the trail from there.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Foggy day. 50 degrees. Light rain. Trail bike to Safe Harbor Dam where the rail trail bridge is closed. 11.2 miles round trip. 60 mins.

mountain biking
bridge out
6 months ago

Trail open to Safe Harbor. Closed from there to Marticville. From Marticville to Quarryville open. Gravel road. Easy ride out and back. Some spot from Marticville can be sloppy day after heavy rain.

hiking
6 months ago

plain

road biking
closed
7 months ago

Closed at Martic Forge

road biking
7 months ago

Interesting and easy trail with features like rock climbing, a hydroelectric dam and a restored caboose. Beautiful views of the Susquehanna River, though you ate separated by a chain-link fence. It ends at Safe Harbor Dam, no way through to the other side.

hiking
bugs
8 months ago

only did a few miles but it's a fun little trial

hiking
bugs
rocky
9 months ago

Easy trail for a quick stroll or a nice walk with your kids or dogs.

hiking
bridge out
9 months ago

Good trail. Trestle bridge remains closed at Mile 9.

10 months ago

from turkey hill to safe harbor was nice. bridges are still out. kinda blows, 5 miles to a closed bridge and no route except to turn around

hiking
bridge out
Tue Feb 05 2019

Enola low grade trail. Good for icy days.

Thu Sep 20 2018

nice walk, nice veiws

Sat Aug 25 2018

Nice trail. Rock slide removed enough to open the pathway.

Fri Aug 17 2018

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

mountain biking
Sun Jul 15 2018

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

road biking
Sun Jul 15 2018

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.

Sat Jul 14 2018

love the scenery, safe, easy trail

road biking
Sat Apr 28 2018

River view is nice. Broad easy trail. Fencing and tracks all along.

hiking
Sat Oct 07 2017

Great flat trail for running, biking or walking. Beautiful view of the river, especially during the fall when the leaves are changing.

Sat Apr 15 2017

It was a really great easy path with a cool view of the river and of the train tracks down below, the only downside was the chain link fence all along the way. None the less it is definitely worth trying out

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

walking
4 months ago

road biking
4 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

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