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By Brian Greene, Trail Programs Manager If you are biking, walking, or running on the D&L Trail one thing is certain- that you are going to be hungry afterwards!  So finding great places along the…

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The D&L Trail is long and the gaps are many, but one area where progress is being made is in the Delaware Canal section. This is due in large part to the strong partnerships that manage and support the trail in this southernmost region. Here is an update of the remaining four big gaps on the trail and what stages they are in. 

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor congratulates our Member Month prize winners: Janet and Jed Starner, of Lehighton. The Starners are now the proud owners of a Specialized Crosstrail Bike, courtesy of Dn’A Bikes…

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By Brian Greene, Trail Programs Manager With miles and miles of flat and wide trail, the D&L Trail is ideally suited for bike rides – especially long ones.  Therefore, it is no surprise that biking…

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By Brian Greene, Trail Programs Manager The D&L Trail is a flat trail with no car traffic and scenic views with lots of trees providing cooling shade.  That makes it a perfect place for runners…

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This program highlights businesses that provide exceptional customer service and who are geared toward catering to the needs of runners, hikers, and bikers who use the D&L Trail.

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Park visitors can learn about pollinators through crafts and other activities.

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