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By Miranda Alvarez, Community Engagement Manager Last year, we launched the inaugural group of D&L Trail Friendly Businesses. The program designated businesses that not only welcome trail users and support trails, but that serve their…

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Firehouse Cycles is an all-inclusive local bike shop grateful to be situated along the D&L Trail in Yardley, where owner Mike Joseph says that locals still want to get outside on the trail for an…

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The historic Inn at Jim Thorpe is one of the town’s landmark properties. With its grand cast iron balcony, comfortable guest rooms with a mix of Victorian and modern furnishings, and elegant suites with a…

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Gravel bikes are what everyone wants right now, says Erin Fagan, the events coordinator (and more) at Genesis Bicycles in Easton. The majority of Genesis riders are families and Erin says that, 90 percent of…

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The Canal Side Guest House and Bicycle Tours in Weissport hosts repeat customers who return year after year. We wondered what keeps them coming back – the cozy rooms in the main guest house building, the…

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By Brian Green, Trail Programs Manager There are sections of the D&L Trail that go directly through towns and other populated areas making it easy for people to hop off the trail and visit a…

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By Brian Greene, Trail Programs Manager When going outdoors for trips big and small, it’s not about having all the gear, but the right gear for your adventure.  So, local experts who can match your needs…

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By Brian Greene, Trail Programs Manager Realtors and business owners often talk about the three key features of a property as “location, location, location.” Well, for the Homestead General Store and Coffee Roasters their location…

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After a trip on the D&L Trail there are few things better than ice cream.  But let’s be honest, not all ice cream is the same.  So when that bland gas station ice cream won’t…

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By Brian Greene, Trail Programs Manager In the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor we are best known for the D&L Trail, which acts as the spine that connects the entire area.  But there are…

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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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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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