It was a beautiful day for a walk & walkers took advantage of the weather.
The Illinois Trekkers had a traditional walk in Lebanon, Illinois
Lebanon also had their annual Fall Festival so walkers could enjoy the festival too.
The POC for the walk with one of the workers.
Walkers stop along the walk for a picture.
Walkers registering at the start point for the walk.
It was a beautiful day for a walk with these beautiful flowers along the walk.
The ILLINOIS TREKKERS invite you, your family, and your friends to join us for a walk-through Lebanon, Illinois. Lebanon is a city in St. Clair County, Illinois. Like many other places in “Little Egypt” or Southern Illinois, Lebanon was named after the Eastern Mediterranean country of the same name. Lebanon is home to McKendree University, the oldest college in Illinois.
Walers will walk past the Mermaid House where Charles Dickens stayed in 1842.
Lebanon is having their Fall Festival with plenty of food and crafts.
LEBANON WALK 2022 Brochure
Walkers always find plenty of deer on the walk.
Sometimes the deer pose for pictures.
The deer can be found everywhere.
A beautiful day for a walk in the park.
The Gateway Milers getting ready to start a group walk.
The oldest walker to walk is 93 years old.
The start table workers took a break for this picture.
The walk took walkers past the capital.
Walkers stopped to have their picture taken with Abe Lincoln.
Walkers discovered something new on the walk.
Walkers stopped for ice cream on the walk.
Walkers starting out on the walk to get ice cream at Bobby’s.
Walkers getting ready to start walking from the Visitor’s Center.
Walkers were surprised to see a shark at the zoo.
Walkers also found this polar bear at the zoo.
Walkers stopped for a picture with the art museum.
Walkers remembered this statue represented St. Louis before the Arch.