Lamb's Gap Trail is a 6.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Marysville, Pennsylvania and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.
Doing the loop clockwise is optimum, during the first half of the route you will be hiking on a shared route with the Darlington Trail (which is well marked). Be aware the split from Darlington is noticeable. Hiked this in August enjoyed the shade, but no views. I will be back after the leaves are gone to check out the views.
pretty trail not as difficult as I thought. saw some deer and had fun getting lost for a bit easily found way back.
Nice trail, one tree down on trail have to go under it but overall nice trail
good trail for geocashing!
Had a great time getting lost, then finding my way back!
trail is not marked very well, is very steep at some parts, not very scenic, and it was difficult to find. parking area was not marked, and trail was not cleared in the state game lands forest areas so I rolled my ankle trying to maneuver through the ditches and rocks covered by the leaves. would not recommend or retry.