Glen Onoko Run Trail

#1 of 2 trails in Lehigh Gorge State Park
Glen Onoko Run Trail is a 2.1 mile loop trail located near Lehigh Twp, Pennsylvania that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking & walking and is accessible from March until November.

2.1 miles Loop 900 feet
hiking trail running walking cave forest river
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Danielle Drosnock

9 Completed9 Reviews

Amazing hike! The waterfalls are fantastic in the summer! Whether you go up the waterfalls or through the jungle like terrain, this trail doesn't get old! This trail can get crowded, sad to see more graffiti each time I come.

Garrett Jones

2 Completed2 Reviews

this is my second time hiking here, very treacherous and fun. I see ALOT of people wearing sneakers and signs warn otherwise if your not wearing appropriate attire and shoes then turn back now.
DANGER WARNING thats all the signs i see around

Robert DiMenna

4 Completed4 Reviews

Amazing hike that ive done multiple times. Just wish someone would stop spray painting the rocks along the trails.

Charles Rogers

2 Completed2 Reviews

Plenty of interesting waterfalls much of the way up.

Julie Van Berg

1 Completed1 Reviews

Jazmin Lopez

1 Completed1 Reviews

This was my very first hiking experience and I absolutely LOVED it. Not only was it challenging but beautiful. When you get to the very top of the falls it is worth every moment of it.

John Ambrusch

17 Completed17 Reviews

Sarah Suever

1 Completed1 Reviews

Renee Garrison

14 Completed3 Reviews

Beautiful place to hike. Yes it is uphill til if you want to see the falls. My daughter had her 6 month old rottweiler with her and she(the dog) loved it. Some places were a bit slippery but not too bad. Worth the hike up to see the falls.

Eric Turner

8 Completed3 Reviews

Another example of a trail being destroyed by hordes of hikers with little to no trail ethic. We did make the mistake of going on Labor Day Weekend, but the damage has already been done to this trail. Numerous signs warn of how dangerous the trail is, but it would be a moderate trail if some work were done to curb erosion and people actually stayed on a marked trail. The amount of graffiti and trash on the trail was truly disheartening. The land itself, where it is not scarred and abused, was nice. The overlooks from the waterfalls were pleasant, but the number of "hikers" and their attitude toward Nature and their fellow hikers left a lot to be desired.