Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails near Lebanon with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Look for Aldon Place trail head. there is a nice parking. it is down hill heading into Lebanon but the ride back wasn't hard. Nice trail for an easy bike ride.

Great trail! We definitely need to step up our trail map reading skills, because we got lost. There are lots of little trails and intersections, so make sure you know where you’re going or have a map with you! Varying terrain, from wide gravel paths to small roots and boulder covered paths. BEAUTIFUL wildflower meadow with the most gorgeous butterflies by the observation tower. We also brought our dachshund, lots of other pups there as well. Was an absolutely beautiful hike!

This trail is incredibly well marked and well maintained. A beautiful walk in the woods. Easy for kids.

pretty well maintained trail. parts of it are extremely technical but definitely a fun ride.

Great bike ride

I LOVE IT

Lots of intersecting trails here that are marked by numbers. If you go make sure have a map with the trail numbers listed on it or find a trail head sign with the map and take a picture of it. The trailhead I started at didn't have a picture of this map, but the actual fire tower location had the numbered map. Did 7.5 miles and I would return on a non rainy day to some of the bouldering that's available at 2 different locations during the loop off trail.

Around perimeter then up the tower somehow gave me a fantastic 7 miles.

It's a total of an EIGHT MILE loop (not 6.5). That last mile and a half left us in the dark. :(

I did the Mt. Gretna to Lebanon section yesterday. It was lovely, with a variety of scenery (forest, farm, urban) and terrain (paved, crushed stone, little bit uneven at Gretna). The Cornwall area is especially beautiful. Nice bike ride (hybrid).

Very nice hike. I hiked clockwise, which puts the moderate part more than half way in. Trails #13 and #15 were very enjoyable.

I did a little more than the suggested trail (total 7.5 miles), and I absolutely loved how well marked/blazed everything is. The tower itself was a little disappointing, mostly because I wasn't expecting to climb metal ladders all the way to the top (that wasn't the problem) infested by stink bugs! I barely stayed at the top, just because my face was being assaulted by the bugs.

It's most likely my fault that I went the day after it rained and when the weather was a little warmer than usual. Great trail though!

Was a good trail.

Great trail for gravel grinding. Easy 2 mi climb on a slight incline. Paved but mostly covered in gravel. Family friendly, very wide trail so easy to pass at higher speeds. I was pulling my daughter in her bike trailer goin about 18-19 and passing without issue.

it was a very pretty trail, relatively easy good for beginners, would hike it again.

It was a really flat and easy to walk trail, right along side a road. Not a trail for photographing though. Lots of trees, but didn't see hardly any flowers or other colors than green. Turned around after 2 miles in so maybe if I would have continued. Great trail for bike riding though.

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Great trail. Well maintained. Great for biking and hiking.

trail running
Sunday, August 06, 2017

Wow challenging but awesome. One of my first excursions in trail running. Loved it

road biking
Friday, August 04, 2017

Nice trail. I will ride again soon.

Beautiful fall morning - intended to climb Governor Dick but it was way too crowded. Found this and it was beautiful. Mostly packed gravel, macadam in spots. We walked, next time we will bring our bikes.

Easy walking fun to climb the tower. My 3yo and 5yo went with my wife and I. Go Trail 2 going up and 1 coming back down.

hiking
Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Great hike! Clearly marked trails with lots of options. The tower was challenging for me to climb only because I'm not a fan of tight spaces or heights but once at the top it made it all worth it. The views are nice!

Love this and use it a lot for biking, walking and running.

very peaceful

Good mix on the South loop of boulders, hills and flat.

I was here on a rainy day but did the tower anyway and it was worth it. Saw a bird called a chukar partridge (which i had to look up, new to me) that was not afraid of humans and was just going for a walk as I was. I got like 10 feet away from it but it was quick on its feet and never flew.

hiking
Saturday, February 25, 2017

Trail 15 is rocky and more difficult than the rest of the loop; mountain bikes are allowed, but not horses. Horses are allowed on Trail 13 and the Horse-Shoe Trail. At about a mile before the end of this hike you will enter briefly into Mt Gretna Heights. If you want a break, there is a restaurant with a deck in town (right at 4th, right at Pine, left at Kauffmann, right at Boulevard). If you have time, take Trail 1 to the observation tower.

hiking
Sunday, February 19, 2017

I came to visit my friend in Lebanon with the family, nice weather today, definitely wanted to get out of the house, good place to break a sweat

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