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The D&L Blog: On the Trail

Delaware & Lehigh - Spring Wildflowers are on the Way! (Part 1)

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Written by Jerry Rogers This ongoing blog will explore the diverse plant life you will encounter along the D&L, according to the time of the year when they are blooming.  Many of these plants are…

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Written by Scott Everett, Stewardship & Trail Manager With nice weather predicted for the weekend, I decided a perfect Father’s Day gift would be spending some time doing two of my favorite outdoor activities –…

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Written By Silas Chamberlin Somebody received a Flip camcorder for Christmas, so (for better or worse) expect more videos from here on out! Last week, Scott and I were out on the trail to monitor…

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Written By Rayne Schnabel and Silas Chamberlin On October 7, sixteen of the Moravian Hall Square “Happy Hikers” got their tails on the trail, during a morning walk on the newest section of the D&L…

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Rhoma Mostel recently visited New Hope and made a short video of her time on the D&L Trail.

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As you read this, a GIS specialist from the National Park Service’s Cultural Resources Geographic Information System Facility is walking the towpath of the Lehigh Canal-GPS receiver in hand-gathering spatial data on all extant historical…

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On Sunday, I decided to walk off a lingering cold by heading north to Hickory Run State Park. Over the last year or so, I have become familiar with linear Lehigh Gorge State Park, through…

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The D&L Trail follows an abandoned railroad right-of-way for nearly four miles between East Penn Township’s new boat launch and the Lehigh Gap Nature Center. This is a dynamic section of trail, with continuous views…

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D&L Vice President Elissa Thorne sent in this D&L Trail experience: My husband and I rode the new section of the D&L Trail just north of White Haven on Saturday. This is the same part…

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The D&L Trail runs within ten feet of this pristine lake.  Try to find it!

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On the west side of the Lehigh River, a three-mile, unimproved section of the D&L Trail runs between the new East Penn Township trailhead in Bowmanstown (just north of the Rt. 895 bridge) and the…

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The famous Appalachian Trail intersects the D&L Trail at the Lehigh Gap Nature Center, in northern Lehigh County. AT thru-hikers can use the D&L Trail to access stores and accommodations in Slatington and Walnutport to…

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