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Delaware & Lehigh - An Intern’s Experience of the Canal Boat Ride

Post by: Sara Ann Salter, D&L Marketing and Development Intern        I’m a Penn State public relations major interning for the D&L Heritage Corridor as a Marketing and Development intern. I’ve been here for about two…

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Post by: Lauren Golden, D&L Trail & Stewardship Manager Work on the Carbon County Pedestrian Bridge in Jim Thorpe continues! Or should we start calling it the Mansion House Bridge, in consideration of this location’s…

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Post by: Christina Crawford, D&L Guest Blogger Summer time in Bethlehem, PA is one of my favorite times of the year. No matter what day of the week it is, there seems to always be…

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Blog Post By: Janet Wright Starner, D&L Guest Blogger It’s 8:00 AM on a June morning and already the D&L Trail is bustling with activity: walkers, bikers, runners, hikers, crawlers, and hoppers. My love affair…

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There’s always something to do along all 165 miles of the D&L National Heritage Corridor. Head out on the D&L Trail or another Corridor trail. Check out the top trails or parks with trails to…

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Where: Weissport Trailhead, Bridge Street, Weissport, PA 18235 When: Saturday July 15th 9:00 AM – 12:30PM Join the D&L Trail Tenders to maintain a 3-mile section of the D&L Trail above Weissport. Volunteers will help…

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Post by: Lauren Drabenstott, D&L Marketing Intern Exploring the D&L means more than biking, running, walking, and hiking. The National Heritage Corridor, with towns and trails alike, has pastimes for a day, a weekend, or an…

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By D&L Guest Blogger: Lincoln Steward Once again I’m planning to ride from Easton to Bristol, then Bristol to Mountain Top, and back to Esaton on the D&L Trail in a single ride. Last year’s attempt was…

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Post by: Sara Ann Salter, D&L Marketing and Development Intern If you’ve been to the National Canal Museum then you’ve probably seen the Josiah White II cruising along the canal, but perhaps you didn’t know…

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Post by D&L Guest Blogger: Christina Crawford In honor of Global Running Day, I want to encourage you to run and respect our running routes now and always! On National Trails Day, I joined the…

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There’s always something to do along all 165 miles of the D&L National Heritage Corridor. Whether you’re looking for a place to go fishing, picnic with the family, or take a walk, there’s something for…

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Patrick (Pat) Stephens eased his way into the D&L from summer intern, to freelance contractor, to his current full-time position as GIS Analyst & Cartographer. Patrick manages everything at the D&L that has a latitude…

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