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Pennsylvania Rail Trails

D&L Trail 

The D&L is a multi-use trail spanning 165 miles from the mountains of Northeast Pennsylvania through the Lehigh Valley and Bucks County. The trail passes within a few miles of Genesis as it turns south from the Lehigh River to the Delaware River. Our favorite rides on the D&L include heading south on the Delaware from Easton to Muellers Kitchen or Homestead Coffee Roasters for a bite to eat or through the Lehigh Gorge section of the trail from Jim Thorpe to White Haven. We are proud to support the D&L trail and in 2018 earned the distinction of being a D&L Trail Friendly Business! 

Take a look at the trail map here to plan your next adventure. 

Pine Creek Rail Trail 

One of the premier rail-trails in the Northeast, the Pine Creek Rail Trail in Pine Creek Gorge offers travelers a spectacular 62-mile journey through the area commonly referred to as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. With numerous trailheads, comfort stations, campgrounds, and small towns along the route, the well-maintained trail is ideal for an afternoon excursion or a longer trek. The trail is finely crushed limestone best suited for hybrids or mountain bikes. 

Go here for parking and directions. 

Two Rivers Trailway  

The Two Rivers Trailway offers about 30 miles of walking and biking paths that connect multiple parks in Northampton County. The different sections of the trail include Palmer, Forks, Tatamy, and Wilson. The trail connects to the D&L trail and the Karl Stirner Arts trail which leads straight to downtown Easton. The Trailway will eventually connect all the way to Jacobsburg Environmental Center. 

Check out the full map here

Ironton Rail Trail 

The Ironton Rail Trail is located in Whitehall, and consists of a 5 mile loop and 3.5 mile spur. The trail surface is made of asphalt, concrete, or crushed stone. The ride contains beautiful scenery, and access to many parks and historical points of interest. The trail follows the path of the old Ironton Railroad, which operated from 1860 to 1984, transporting iron ore from the Ironton ore mines, and serving the local cement mills. The last standing old cement kilns in the U.S. are located in Saylor Park. 

For more info about the trail click here

Karl Stirner Arts Trail 

The Karl Stirner Arts Trail is a 2 mile paved trail that connects the Simon Silk Mill at 13th Street to 3rd Street close to downtown Easton. Various sculptures and art installations line the trail, combining nature and art. 

For more information about the trail and current art installations click here.