Isn’t it time to unplug from our devices and really start living a quality life? A simple walk in nature can cure a lot. Taking in the fresh air and the beautiful landscape is amazingly head-clearing and mood-lifting. What clarity will you find exploring nature today?

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.

– Albert Einstein


Boasting rolling countryside and breathtaking views, Lebanon Valley provides hiking trails for all ages and skill levels. Explore our industrial past by walking across a train truss bridge, or hike through a wilderness land tract to the ruins of a once-booming town. Whether it’s trekking the Appalachian Trail, a lunchtime stroll, or somewhere in between, adventure awaits you along one of Lebanon Valley’s trails.


Adventures in Lebanon Valley await the bicycling enthusiast, where there’s everything from leisurely country roads to miles upon miles of off-road trails. Mountain bikers and trail aficionados up for the challenge can test their skills on single track trails and designated trails, each with unique terrain. Or, opt to revel in the picturesque farmland and historic sites by bicycling paved roads of Lebanon Valley’s scenic countryside.


From bald eagles to endangered butterflies, sprawls of wildflowers to the yellow fringed orchid, Lebanon Valley is home to a wide selection of wildlife. Relish in the abundance of flora and fauna while you explore our expansive woods and streams, or admire some of the largest and oldest trees in the state. No matter which trail you travel, natural wonders are around every turn in the Lebanon Valley.


Lebanon Valley’s many winding waterways are home to birds, aquatic insects, and various other wildlife including beaver. Experience up-close wetlands and marshes, limestone outcrops, the historic Union Canal Locks, and more. Whether you seek a leisurely afternoon paddle, an inspiring adventure, or something in between, Lebanon Valley offers it all along its beautiful and diverse waterways.


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