- The Delaware & Lehigh Trail
- The D&L Trail follows the 165-mile route that anthracite coal took from mine to market. It
winds through northern mountains and along the banks of the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers through
northeast Pennsylvania, the Lehigh Valley and through Bucks County. The D&L Trail passes through
towns, industrial powerhouses and along remnants of the Lehigh and Delaware canals. This earthen
path exposes walkers, hikers, bicyclists and others to some of Pennsylvania's finest wild lands,
waterfalls, wildflowers and wildlife.
- Friends of the Delaware Canal
- Maps of the seven and sixteen mile hiking loops along the Delaware Canal for outdoor recreation enthusiasts.
- Mountain Travel Guide
- 17 hiking trails, 13 bike trails, 14 cross country ski trails and 3 horse trails.
- Extensive guide to area walking, hiking, and biking trails.
- Doylestown Community Bike and Hike System
- Doylestown has a network of 16 miles of completed trails and side-paths for use by bicyclists and pedestrians.
The Doylestown Community Bike and Hike System will continue the effort to develop the proposed additional
trails as grants and donations permit. Click for map.
- Warminster Community Park Trail
- There are now over 5 miles of paved trail at WCP! Several trails bisect the park to create a multitude of walking, biking and running
opportunities. Along the way, you’ll experience some hidden park treasures and enjoy much of the
- Newtown Township "Linear Park" Trail
- This linear park is 3.7 miles in length and connects Tyler State Park with Newtown
Township’s Silver Lake Park. Click here for map
- Bristol Spurline Park
- Conrail donated the old spur line to Bristol, and the trail opened in 1980. The path incorporates
the rail corridor and some of the former canal towpath, going to Bristol Marsh, a unique freshwater
habitat. Traversing downtown Bristol, the trail eventually will extend to the Delaware River waterfront.
- Landsdown Trail, Hunterdon County, NJ
- The 1.8 mile trail stretches from Lower Landsdown Road to the center of Clinton Borough.
The trail's natural surface is conducive to hiking, biking and cross country skiing. The trail
traverses through both open fields and forest as well as some wetland. The trail provides access
to the South Branch of the Raritan River for fishing.
- Capoolong Creek Wildlife Management Area, Hunterdon County, NJ
- This is a pleasant, flat trail that parallels the Capoolong Creek. Pittstown to Landsdown, NJ
- Delaware Canal Towpath