Saucon Rail Trail (North)


Saucon Rail Trail (North)

Before walkers, runners, dogs, and bikes took over, the path of Saucon Rail Trail was an important railroad link between Bethlehem and Philadelphia. Today, the wide, mostly flat gravel path connects Bachman Street in Hellertown to East Station Avenue in Coopersburg. It never feels crowded and there’s much to see along the way: wildlife, rock formations, the meandering Saucon Creek and the backyards of some beautiful homes. With so many trees, the trail stays nice and shaded when the weather warms up.

Activities: Walking, Biking, Fishing, Handicap-Accessible, Pet-Friendly

Difficulty: Easy

Length10.2 mi 

Elevation Gain288 ft 

Route TypeOut and Back

Access Point: 8 Points in Hellertown, Lower Saucon Township and Coopersburg


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