Trout Run Trail is a 2.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Pequea, Pennsylvania that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.3 miElevation gain239 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingRunningForestRiverViewsRocky
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Dan Gabow
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Patrick Jackson
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This is a great trail. If you park and go in at stump Road I would call the upper part easy. Once you cross the creek I would certainly not call it easy. I also came in from Pensy Road, and did both sides of the creek. Decidedly not easy. There are quite a few waterfalls on this creek, rock formations and wildlife. I really enjoyed this trail.

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Nate Mitten
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Andrea Nuthak
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I would consider this a moderate trail, not easy. There are very steep inclines and declines to get down to the trail from the parking. (Which there is one spot at the trail head and rest is on the side of the street parking) I only got about 20 minutes into the hike and had to turn around because the trail crosses the stream/river and I did not have correct gear and I was not confident in my tree scaling abilities (fallen tree over the river).

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Dan Gabow
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brenda bevins
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This was a great trail along the stream. Mini waterfalls along the way. Hiked when there was snow on the ground - highly recommend! Easy to moderate. Only a few other hikers on a Sunday afternoon in February.

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Missie Maley
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Tricky in the snow. Light blue blazes in multiple directions. Follow GPS

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Anthony DiEmidio
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Awesome hike with amazing rock outcroppings and creekside trails.

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Dan Gabow
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Dan Gabow
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Park at Steinman Run and cross the street and walk down the hill. We took a wrong turn on an old unmaintained trail and lost it. We used the map to find our way back to the main trail. We should have either gone left at the first turn or gone right, then went right again at the second turn. Once we found the main trail, it was beautiful!

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Jeff Lehman
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Mark Goncalves
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Very Scenic Trout Run

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Joan Pravatiner
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Amanda Keeler
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Gorgeous in the autumn with all of the colored leaves and little creek crossings. Few notes, when you briefly cross over the Enola trail, look for the dug out shoot going down almost directly across from where you come up from the parking spots - it isn’t marked. If it is wet, the trail is quite slippery even with stellar boots with lots of hidden rocks and roots (worse because of the deep fallen leaves). Overall, I highly enjoyed the trail but I’m looking forward to exploring it more in other conditions

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Lauren Shaw
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We linked up to the Trout Run Nature Preserve from the Low Grade. Trail was marked with blue blazes, but impossible to cross the creek today so we had to turn around. This is definitely not an easy trail as marked. At least a moderate if not difficult at this time of year with leaves covering most of the trail.

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Charisse Morrell
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Not a beginner trail and not super easy to navigate but if you go in knowing that, you'll enjoy it.

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Andrew Dochterman
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Kacey H.
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Patrick Sands
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JT Holderman
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Favorite solanco creek to stomp!

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David Julian
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Tremendous trail! Beautiful! Slippery when wet. Much more difficult than suggested. I would say this should be reserved for experienced and prepared hikers.

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Very cool stream among and between various large rocks/cliffs. Plenty of people enjoying the various water holes, though the stream in general doesn’t really have much depth (but maybe just because of dry summer). Like others mentioned, Blazing/markings are not really clear at all and there are several spots where not sure which side of stream was supposed to be on to follow (ended up on different one than this route shows). Seemed like several unmarked paths around the stream which was confusing. Trail is also a combination of rockiness and roots with some stream crossing which make it more challenging/fun.

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Shannon Swiger
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Def on the moderate end. First half of the trail runs adjacent to the stream. There are mini swimming holes and plenty of gorgeous views. Second half contains a disappointing amount of overgrowth and the blazes do get a bit confusing. Will be back but will probably forgo the second half from now on.

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Judy Russ
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A gorgeous out and back owned by The Conservancy. A little challenging and rocky, but tons of fun. A red tail hawk even swooped over our heads and dropped a squirrel on a log! In the fall, watch out for slippery leaves- I fell a few times, thankfully I was unscathed.

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Taryn Barnes
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Such a great workout trail, definitely more moderate than easy. Confusing markings.

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