D & L Heritage Corridor
The Delaware & Lehigh Canal National and State Heritage Corridor is a 165-mile National Heritage Area in eastern Pennsylvania. The corridor is the historic pathway that once carried coal and iron from Wilkes-Barre to Philadelphia. In recent years, this corridor has been developed with a bike path that follows a number of rail-trail and canal trail alignments that is mostly car free between the Wilkes-Barre area and Morrisville in Pennsylvania.

The bike path is mostly unpaved for its entire length, going through areas that are both remote and beautiful. Along the route there are many opportunities to learn about the history of the corridor, and the role that anthracite coal played in the industrial development of the Northeast.

This ride would typically be operated with vehicle support for the entire length of the ride, where luggage is transported for the riders. Transportation can also be arranged to the ride start and back home again at the ride end. The ride is customized for each client based on what they want to do.
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