09/08/17 ***TRAIL OPEN*** A sink-hole has caused some damage to the trail near the Abbott Street Lock. There is a temporary gravel path in place over the work zone. Please be careful crossing and stay on the trail. The City of Easton is working hard to fix the trail permanently and it will be closed in the future for repairs, but currently is open until further notice. Thank you, City of Easton, for being a great D&L Trail landowner!
There is a small trail network within Hugh Moore Park that allows for a few loops. However, to continue on the 165 Mile D&L Trail, you need to follow the canal towpath across the bridge at Lock 47 and continue toward the Delaware River and Forks of the Delaware Trailhead. As you approach the Forks of the Delaware, users will the convergence of railroads, canals and rivers.
The Hugh Moore Park Trailhead is also near a Lehigh River Water Trail access point and Forks of the Delaware Trailhead is across the Lehigh River from a water trail access point. Please refer to Wildlands Conservancy’s Lehigh River Water Trail website for more information on trips along the water trail.