IdleWood

MODERATE 16 reviews

IdleWood is a 4.6 mile loop trail located near Langhorne, Pennsylvania. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking.

DISTANCE
4.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
593 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

hiking

mountain biking

trail running

These trails are carved in to a hillside running down to Neshaminy Creek. It has some great downhill runs, some really rocky, steep uphill climbs, and is in fairly good condition year round.

6 days ago

good

2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

3 months ago

Perfect

4 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

Steep at times. It was worth the 30 minute drive. It was very scenic. Unfortunately, the trail is not marked well, at all. Bring a GPS, map won't help.

5 months ago

hiking
5 months ago

this was hard to find the beginning! you're basically wandering around behind a high school until you find the trail head. great views though and there are even some more trails to take on another day if you don't have the time. lots of leaves in the fall!

7 months ago

10 months ago

Nice hike. In an odd spot behind Neshaminy HS. No signs for entry point. Trails are not really marked.

10 months ago

Monday, June 13, 2016

It was okay. I wish there were more signs here. I felt like I was wandering around the school

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Hiking is great!!! Going again today!

Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Great trails for biking. They are very difficult though. There's a nice rope swing to cool off by, too. Check this out! Great trails, especially considering the fact that Neshanimy is a decent city.

mountain biking
Sunday, October 20, 2013

Neshaminy is without a doubt one of the best and most challenging climbs in the local area. It's set on a hillside and uses that hillside to incorporate as much up and down as possible. Sometimes the climbs can be too much, but the downhills make it soooo worth it. There is good bit of rock to climb over, which makes this trail like nothing else in Lower Bucks.

This is defintely not for beginners, I'd suggest wearing pads.