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Post by: Lauren Drabenstott, D&L Marketing Intern Running, biking, walking, and hiking: these are the activities typically associated with the D&L. Take a step back from the trail, however, and you’ll find that more exists than…

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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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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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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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Bike for the Bridge is back for a fourth year and features a new route on May 21! Cyclists will choose from two distance options and bike from Lehighton to Northampton. For the past three…

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Blog Post By: Terri Monserrat, Communications & Outreach Coordinator Wamer weather means busier trails! Follow our trail etiquette tips to make sure everyone feels welcome on the D&L Trail! Share the trail! Yield to the right,…

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Blog Post By: Terri Monserrat, D&L Communications & Outreach Coordinator It may seem like group activities on the D&L Trail occur infrequently in the winter, but there are plenty of places to look for fun outings….

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Gues Blog Post By: Laura Rohrbach My family has been in Freemansburg for generations. I grew up along the Lehigh Canal, looking for salamanders in the silt-laden water and listening to stories of mules and canal…

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Post by: Claire Sadler, D&L Director, Trails & Conservation I tend to be categorized as a busy, always on the move person but ironically, that means I have to try harder to reserve time for exercise….

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Blog Post By: Terri Monserrat, Communications & Education Coordinator Did you know that Thomas Jefferson called coffee “the favorite drink of the civilized world?” When it comes to important drinks of U.S. history, coffee just…

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Blog Post By: Terri Monserrat, D&L Communciations & Education Coordinator Endurance races have always captured my imagination. Little wonder that the Tour de France – with its steep mountain climbs, breathtaking descents and fans with…

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