From parks to trails to lakes, the area has so much to offer. Allow the owners and managers of Lehigh Valley garden centers to provide your short list.
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Tag - hiking
April 27, 2021 by Guest Author
The weather is warming up and that means it's the perfect time to indulge in some ice cream. We’ve got the inside scoop on ice cream spots along THE LINK Trail Network. From sundaes to shakes, here are four places to stop for a sweet treat on your next trail outing*.
Did you know THE LINK Trail Network connects you to local businesses that share your passion for the great outdoors and healthy living? Here’s a list of just a few of the locally-owned businesses to support next time you’re exploring THE LINK.
While exploring all that THE LINK Trail Network has to offer in Lehigh Valley, you’re bound to work up an appetite. There are lots of convenient places to fuel up near the various trailheads before heading back out to log more miles. Here’s a list of five spots to dine during your outdoor adventure*.
August 12, 2020 by Guest Author
Summer is here in Lehigh Valley, but we’re still social distancing and practicing pandemic precautions. The last five months have taken their toll on our social calendars, not to mention our mental health and our waistlines. But it’s proven that spending time outdoors can provide a cascade of benefits, so get out for some fresh air! Looking for a new place to explore? Enter THE LINK Trail Network of Lehigh Valley, a resource that combines the great outdoors with the benefits of physical activity.
July 14, 2020 by Discover Lehigh Valley
Rail-trails can help make a community more vibrant and give individuals an opportunity to meet their neighbors and appreciate a greater sense of pride and quality of life... it helps define what's Made Possible in Lehigh Valley. Hiking, biking, walking, rolling, strolling, fishing, floating, dining, wining, shopping, camping, and touring. Welcome to the Lehigh Valley Region of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, also commonly referred to as the D&L Trail, where two rivers, miles and miles of trails, great parks, preserved farmland, historic boroughs, and access to three vibrant downtowns meet. And, all less than a day’s drive from cities of Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and more.