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The Region's Best Places to Hike/Walk

Check out the results of this week's Readers' Choice poll from the Greater Philadelphia area.

From the Upper Main Line to Northwest Philadelphia and around the Greater Philadelphia area, Patch polled readers to find the best places to hike. After a week of voting, the winners the Readers' Choices have been tallied. Check out which businesses were Patch Readers' Choice winners below. 

If there’s a great place we missed, please be sure to let us know in the comments, and if we hit the best ones, let everyone else know by clicking on the location and leaving a review.

Chester County

Delaware County

  •  , E Bishop Hollow Road & Chapel Hill Road, Media
  •  , Lawrence Road between Warren Blvd and Hillside Lane, Broomall
  •  , 20 Paper Mill Road, Springfield
  • Haverford Reserve Trail

Main Line East

  •  , E Montgomery Avenue and Bala Avenue, Bala Cynwyd
  •  , 1301 Rose Glen Road, Gladwyne
  • The Radnor Trail, which you can get onto from, 304 Liberty Lane, Wayne
  •  , 300 N Latches Lane, Merion Station

Philadelphia

  •  Forbidden Drive 
  •  , 952 Blue Bell Terrace
  •  Forbidden Drive
Pete Kennedy May 27, 2012 at 03:09 PM
Hi Faith, Bob is correct below. Okehocking is listed as the Malvern winner above. It's in Willistown Township, but has a Newtown Square address. Definitely a great place to take a hike—check out some of our photos of the preserve: http://patch.com/L-rc2P.
Amanda Mahnke May 28, 2012 at 12:03 AM
Roz—correct! But the Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch covers the communities of Ardmore, Merion, Wynnewood, Penn Wynne and Haverford, so it is within our coverage area... it's just faster to say Ardmore Patch.
dottie glanfield June 01, 2012 at 08:02 PM
Scott Arboretum, entrance and parking, at Swarthmore College, Chester Road; is lovely in all seasons. The amphitheater, trails should be visited; trees and plants are labeled; an Alexander Calder piece and Abracadabra are on the grounds; lush rose garden.
Joanne Murray July 09, 2012 at 05:29 PM
Cynwyd Heritage Trail

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