OverviewMorton Arboretum East Hike is a 5 mile loop trail located near Lisle, Illinois. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksSrijith Kartha (273)5 months ago9 Completed2 ReviewsNice Hike. Easy and doesn't take too long to complete. The Track is well maintained, though I wish there wasn't so much noice from the traffic.Domingo Gonzalez (130)7 months ago3 Completed3 ReviewsAmazing escape from reality. Even with it's close proximity to 88 it is a tranquil and serene environment filled with well kept trails and scenery.Tamara Qtami (303)10 months ago5 Completed3 ReviewsMy favorite place in Illinois. I can't believe that I haven't heard of it before. So much variety and well kept. Will definitely try to go back every season. Sarah Shah (177)1 year ago4 Completed3 ReviewsMy favorite place to go in Illinois. Always worth the priceRon Nordman (82)2 years ago2 Completed1 ReviewsI have hiked this trail many times in all seasons. I discover something new and amazing every time. The Arboretum is a tranquil slice of paradise. On the far east side of the hike you forget you are in a vast metropolitan area.Cris Sanchez (60)2 years ago1 Completed1 Reviewsther was great places to take pictures and it was beutifulNeil Rhodes (1362)2 years ago22 Completed6 ReviewsGorgeous all year but especially in the fall. Mostly trees and a few flowers along with some prairie flora. A few ducks, geese, some rabbits, and various birds make up the fauna. Not too expensive to get in and well worth it. Great for families!Isabel Fernandez (574)2 years ago6 Completed3 ReviewsIf you have your camera with you, the West Trail offers better scenic views than the East Trail. Not many animals or flowers, tons of trees. We will definitely do it again in October. With so many gorgeous trees, I can't wait to see the fall colors. Bring a water bottle with you. Once there, water it is only available at the visitor center, and a 250ml bottle costs $4.00.Katherine Kosch (846)2 years ago19 Completed16 ReviewsAlways a beautiful hike. Love the pine grove.