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Delaware & Lehigh - Developing Resilience

By Claire Sadler, Deputy Director At the D&L, we have often talked about resilience as a theme. A theme that defines our organizational history as well as the heritage that we help to preserve and interpret. However, I think…

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By Brian Greene, Director of Trail & Conservation Get to know D&L Trail Landowner Lehigh Gorge State Park (LGSP). To do so, we caught up with Rex Bradish, Park Manager for the Lehigh Gorge/Hickory Run State Park Complex….

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By Kathleen Ward, Conservation Coordinator Way back in April 2019, the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor offered to host the 2020 Pennsylvania Conservation Landscapes Gathering. A natural step in its role as the external lead organization for Lehigh Valley Greenways….

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The D&L Trail would not be anything without the incredible work of the hundreds of partners who have been involved in the planning, construction, and maintenance of the D&L Trail. One of these contributors (and also…

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Spending time on the trails outdoors is undoubtedly great for one’s mental and physical health. But as any beginning or well-seasoned biker, hiker, paddler, or walker will know, sometimes that extra mile on the trail…

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Are you looking for a cozy and welcoming place to stay while traversing the 165 mile D&L trail? Or perhaps a home base to explore New Hope and the surrounding Delaware Canal region? Don’t leave…

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The D&L’s Trail Friendly Businesses come in many shapes and sizes, from restaurants to bike shops, and everything in-between. One key type of businesses, though, for facilitating a great trail experience is a home base…

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If you are looking for a few days respite to relax and enjoy the shops and natural beauty of Jim Thorpe, then the Times House may just be the spot for you! This bed and breakfast was started by husband and wife, Chris and…

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Vintage revival is the name of the game at the Glen Onoko Guesthouse. You’ll find the guesthouse off the beaten path on the East side of the river in Jim Thorpe. This 150-year-old mercantile building (once the first ice cream and soda…

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As the season for kayaking, rafting, and biking winds down for most folks, you may be itching to squeeze in one more adventure. Before the cold settles in, visit one of our amazing Trail Friendly…

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Pizza is the name of the game at Mario’s Pizza located in Weissport, PA. But that is not all this local shop is known for. Giosephin, one of the owners, shared how customers also rave…

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When you hear the words “best kept secret in town”, perhaps thoughts of an old swimming hole or a piece of historic art come to mind. But, what if that best kept secret is actually standing right in front of…

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