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Delaware & Lehigh - Lincoln Steward Prepares to Bike 284 Miles on the D&L Trail In ONE DAY: Bike and Gear

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On June 25th, Lincoln Steward will attempt to bike almost all of the D&L Trail’s 165 miles from Bristol to Glen Summit AND BACK in one continuous ride. Each week until June 25th, we will…

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Post by: Danielle Wolfrum, D&L Advancement Officer There are many reasons to become a member of the D&L this June, not only does your membership support all the work we do on the trail, at…

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Post by: Terri Monserrat, Communications & Education Coordinator You check the weather, pack everything you need to get you through the day, double and triple check your emergency supplies, layer your clothing for the conditions,…

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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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Guest post by Gary Blockus, January 29, 2016 A lot of people hate the snow, and the 31.7-inch near blizzard that hit the Lehigh Valley last Saturday is a pretty good reason why. But my…

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D&L Comment: On the fence about walking 13.1 miles? You can do it! Read how Luann Cahn – author, wife, mother, blogger and cancer survivor – tamed her inner bully and walked the D&L Heritage…

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By Rebecca VanHorn, D&L Intern There are geese. Everywhere. I’m hoping that any day now I will see the results of the diligent efforts of the “Geese Police” who patrol Hugh Moore Park and keep…

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By Rebecca VanHorn, D&L Intern Though I’m still a rookie here at the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, it’s safe to say that the characters I’ve met thus far are wild. From Hank and…

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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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Two avid trail users, Tony and George, recently biked the D&L Trail from Glen Summit to New Hope. The following is an itinerary of their biking trip. We started our trip on the Black Diamond…

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It is the time of the year when more and more sunny days are in the forecast.  That means additional opportunities to get out on the trail and enjoy the beauty of nature.  This blog…

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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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