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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, Easton

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  • I reconned 13.5 miles of this trail on bicycle ( I plan to do the entire 165 miles) from Allentown's Canal Park to the Chain Dam in Easton. Very green and lush, many access points with parking. The... 
    I reconned 13.5 miles of this trail on bicycle ( I plan to do the entire 165 miles) from Allentown's Canal Park to the Chain Dam in Easton. Very green and lush, many access points with parking. The...  more »
  • This pathway runs for 165 miles through the scenic section of eastern Pennsylvania. Some folks hike along the trail, others enjoy riding the barges on the canal. I prefer to ride my bike. The bike....  more
    This pathway runs for 165 miles through the scenic section of eastern Pennsylvania. Some folks hike along the trail, others enjoy riding the barges on the canal. I prefer to ride my bike. The bike....  more »
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  • Really nice place to go to learn about the local history. The ride on the Josiah White II was really interesting, and our tour guide went into great detail on the history of the canal and the park. The trails are really nice, especially since you can watch trains go by on the other side of the canal. Bathrooms there were clean, and everyone was very nice.
  • Great place to see at any age! Canal rides are very interesting (the ride does cost money). You can also walk on the towpath and watch the freight trains go by. On the towpath there is information about the canal and nature. Some areas do have public restrooms, some interesting people have lived along the canal.

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