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Delaware & Lehigh - Spend July 4th Weekend on a D&L Corridor Trail!

There’s always something to do along all 165 miles of the D&L National Heritage Corridor. Head out on the D&L Trail or another Corridor trail. Check out the top trails or parks with trails to explore this 4th of July Weekend. Find somewhere near you or explore somewhere new! Don’t forget to log your miles with Get Your Tail on the Trail!

D&L Trail

The D&L Trail was named “2017 Best Bike Trail” by the readers of Lehigh Valley Style.

Connecting Bucks, Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, and Luzerne counties, the D&L Trail is the spine of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and was named “2017 Best Bike Trail” by the readers of Lehigh Valley Style magazine! The D&L’s five county region includes many trails and parks with trails. This is by no means a definitive list of all the trails the Corridor has to offer. It is simply a starting point for your exploration! Would you add any trails to our list? Comment and let us know!

Great places to look for trails:

The Circuit Trails

Discover Lehigh Valley

Visit Bucks County

Visit Pocono Mountains

Visit Luzerne County

Luzerne County

Seven Tubs Nature Area

Nescopeck State Park

Ricketts Glen State Park

Frances Slocum State Park

Greater Hazleton Rails to Trails

Carbon County

Lehigh Gorge State Park

Hickory Run State Park

Beltzville State Park

Mauch Chunk Lake

Switchback Trail 

Lehigh County

Lehigh Gap Nature Center – Access to the D&L, LNE, Appalachian, and Slate Heritage Trails

Leaser Lake

Slate Heritage Trail 

Saucon Rail Trail (Also in Northampton County.)

Lehigh River Water Trail (Flows through Luzerne, Carbon, Lehigh & Northampton Corridor counties, and more.)

Jordan Creek Greenway & Trail

Ironton Rail Trail

Northampton County

Hugh Moore Park

Jacobsburg State Park

Plainfield Township Trail

Nor-Bath Trail

Bucks County

Delaware Canal State Park

Nockamixon State Park

Ralph Stover State Park

Tyler State Park

Peace Valley Park

The Lumberville-Raven Rock Pedestrian Bridge connects the D&L and D&R Trails across the Delaware River.