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Horsham Powerline Trail is a 8.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Ambler, Pennsylvania that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 8.7 miles Elevation Gain: 380 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

horseback riding

nature trips

road biking

walking

running

forest

paved

city walk

This trail has some grade, but there are segments that are WHEELCHAIR accessible.

hiking
10 days ago

Nice trail! It’s paved, so it would be great for bike riding.

hiking
1 month ago

It’s a nicely paved trail that is miles long through Horsham township. As another reviewer said, there is no shade and gets hot on the asphalt in the summer. I don’t love that it goes along the power lines and sort of ruins the “nature” feeling for me. But good when you need a walk and it’s muddy elsewhere from all of the rain.

hiking
1 month ago

Easy trail, paved, great for running.

road biking
no shade
3 months ago

Very nice suburban trail winding through a wide greenway. Smooth asphalt surface. Lots of connectors to local neighborhood roads. The only negative is the big power line over your head, which is easy to ignore. There are multiple parks, benches and shady spots to stop. However there is no shade on the trail itself and with asphalt path, it can get hot.

walking
3 months ago

Hilly in some spots and zero shade if the sun is out but it's one of my regular spots in the area.

hiking
3 months ago

Great for kids. Paved path, good for bikes, strollers. Begins at Luken’s Park (Everybody’s playground) in Horsham and passes by another smaller playground right before you get to the library.

walking
11 months ago

This is a great trail for what it is- a nice, wide, easy paved walking, biking, or jogging trail. There is a parking lot with bathrooms by it’s start at Dresher Road, and more available bathrooms at a baseball field around the 2-3 mile mark. There are a bunch of road crossings but all were very easy and traffic always stopped for us.

walking
11 months ago

Nice paved trail which was pretty level for pushing a wheelchair. We avoided steep hills though. Saw a deer and many beautiful wildflowers. We did not see any bathrooms but we did not go to the nature area. Parking lot was large. It was enjoyable and quiet. We see from the trail map that the trail ends/begins at Dresher Rd. Is there a place to park at the Dresher Rd trail head? Paulandjanas at comcast dot net Thanks. Lancaster, PA but grew up in Horsham.

road biking
Tuesday, September 04, 2018

The entire length of the path is paved, making it ideal for bicycles, roller blades, etc. The path runs past a few small playgrounds, making it ideal for families with young children. There are roughly two points at which the path crosses roads; button-activated crossings are provided.

road biking
10 days ago

hiking
11 days ago

hiking
11 days ago

hiking
25 days ago

hiking
25 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

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road biking
1 month ago

running
1 month ago

hiking
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running
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road biking
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hiking
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hiking
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road biking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

road biking
2 months ago

mountain biking
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mountain biking
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hiking
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

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