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Blog Post By: D&L Trail Manager, Lauren Golden The Carbon County Pedestrian Bridge at Jim Thorpe is the big thing happening on the D&L Trail these days (Groundbreaking is April 5th at 12 pm!). But…

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We are excited to announce that long-awaited work has finally begun on several major D&L Trail construction projects. The Carbon County Connectivity Project launched with a grand ground-breaking and a great deal of media attention. …

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Connecting the D&L Trail is about partnerships:  large government organizations, passionate individuals who bring their whole selves to their work, and everyone in between.  These valuable collaborations will make linking the final 12% of our…

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Do you spend time walking, running or biking on the Delaware Canal section of the D&L Trail? Are you a business owner, homeowner or municipal leader located along the Delaware Canal section of the D&L…

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Get involved in the preservation of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor’s 165 miles of trail, home to hundreds of natural and historic resources. These sites are connected by the route that anthracite coal…

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Do you spend time walking, running or biking on the D&L Trail? Are you a business owner located along the D&L Trail? Do you have an interest in the D&L Trail and its future? If you…

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9 Reasons why being a D&L volunteer is awesome…                …it’s really ok to ask “what’s in it for me?” when asked to donate your time! You are working…

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The increasing use of the D&L Trail and Lehigh River has led to several parking issues at the Cementon, River Drive, Cove Road, and Slatington Trailheads. The D&L, our D&L Trail landowner of this section,…

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Help us celebrate the beginning of construction of the D&L Trail’s newest access point. The Lehighton Trailhead will provide access to the soon-to-be-completed section of trail between Lehighton and the East Penn Boat Launch. What:…

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Imagine the beautiful setting that would be created with water flowing through the New Hope Canal.  Residents and tourists alike would benefit by having a historical piece of history brought back to life.  This is…

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As many of you know, construction of the new turnpike bridge over the Lehigh River at Parryville has been ongoing for a couple of years now.  In 2008, Jim Deebil of the Lehighton Sewer Authority…

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I am pleased to report that repairs are well underway on the Weissport section the D&L Trail that was damaged by the March Flooding. My thanks to the efforts of the Lehighton Water Authority in…

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