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Delaware & Lehigh - Dirt on the Trail, Summer ’24

Summer is creeping nearer and so is the busiest season on the D&L Trail! Here are some top tips to ensure your journey is top notch. 

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The Museum Collections Manager explores history every day. Each discovery opens up new paths of information and interesting connections!

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Learn about Evan’s journey as he explored birding and biking along the D&L Trail in this month’s guest blog submission.

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The 109-mile-long Lehigh River, a tributary of the Delaware River, flows through four of the five Corridor counties. With it comes a very special recreation opportunity – the Lehigh River Sojourn.  The 28th annual Lehigh…

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Warmer days and weekends are just around the corner and April is the perfect time to get outside to soak up some spring sunshine. If you are anything like me, that means you are gearing…

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Seasonal Announcements, Spring 2024 The spring season brings waves of warmer weather along with cooler evenings and frequent rain. This spring we’re anticipating wetter weather with higher average temperatures ranging from 42-78°F. To ensure you’re…

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When looking to explore new opportunities, it’s important to remember where things started. Learn about the National Canal Museum’s origins!

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DLNHC will be offering funding to help create and foster a trail-friendly atmosphere along the D&L Trail in 2024.

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This past November, I ran my first marathon, the St. Luke’s D&L RaceFest Marathon.

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In 2024, DLNHC encourages you to do some exploration! It’s time to break some routines or even incorporate new ones.

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Tiffany Serra joined Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (DLNHC) in November of 2023 as the Trails and Conservation Associate. “Having studied geology, I’m excited to continue to the work of conserving our historical ties…

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This past season, Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (DLNHC) and Get Your Tail on the Trail (GYTOT) tried something new with the support of St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN): Health & Heritage Walks!  …

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