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Boxers Trail

Page Type: Trail

Location: Pennsylvania, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 39.98199°N / 75.19764°W

Trail Type: Cross Country

Technical Difficulty: Easy

Aerobic Difficulty: Easy

Layout: Point to Point

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Created/Edited: May 16, 2011 / May 16, 2011

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The Boxer trail is a short 3.8 mile trail that parallels the Schuylkill river path in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park. It gets its name from the boxer Joe Frazier who would frequent the trail. The trail contours a hillside and offers unique views of the paved path and river below.
Boxers trail

Trail Description

The out-and-back trail offers steep, rolling hills on a gravel reinforced tread through a densely wooded section of Fairmount Park. Although it may not be long enough to warrant a trip of its own it is a great link-up when combined with other trails nearby.

Getting There

From the Art Museum area of Philadelphia bike approximately 4 miles north on the Schuylkill River Path toward Valley Forge to Fountain Green Drive. Follow Fountain Green Dr. north under the railroad bridge for 50 meters. The Boxers' Trail begins on the left.
Railroad Bridge

When to Bike

4 Seasons


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