The Lehigh Valley is loved for its unsurmountable scenery. From mesmerizing overlooks to flowing rivers to lush forestry, there are so many sights to see. There’s no better way to connect with Mother Nature and Lehigh Valley than on two wheels! Whether you’re an avid mountain biker or enjoy a leisurely ride, there are plenty of bike trails in Lehigh Valley.
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Bike Trails in the Lehigh Valley
This multi-use trail spans over 165 miles throughout the Lehigh Valley. The D&L Trail passes along rail trails, canals, and the Lehigh River. Veer off the path and visit the National Canal Museum to learn about the historic towpath canals of the area.
What was once the Ironton Railroad, has now been transformed into a multi-use, year-round recreational resource for local residents and visitors alike. This 9.2-mile loop passes through Whitehall, Coplay, and North Whitehall, and is open to cyclists, runners, walkers, and motorized wheelchairs.
This gorgeous trail offers views of open fields, woodlands, streams, farmlands, and small bridges. You’ll also pass Bicentennial Park, which is home to restrooms, playgrounds, pavilions, tennis courts, and baseball fields.
Visit this state park and discover the endless opportunities it offers for environmental education and outdoor recreation. Over 18 miles of trails are available for mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing. It’s also a popular destination for fishing, birdwatching, and enjoying a peaceful picnic.
For a brief, but fascinating bike ride, cruise along the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. It’s within walking distance of Lafayette College and downtown Easton and features unique sculptures and art installations.
The Nockamixon State Park covers over 5000 acres throughout the rolling hills of Bucks County. For a relaxing ride, the park offers a 2-mile long paved bicycle trail that is open to bikes, strollers, wheelchairs, and walkers. If you want to take things up a notch, there is a 10-mile trail system for mountain bikes is on the east side of the park.
This trailway spans over 30 miles and connects an array of fun-filled parks throughout the Greater Easton area. It connects to the D&L Trail and the Karl Stirner Arts Trail, leading directly into downtown Easton.
Reside at The Lafayette Inn
After a day spent exploring the best bike trails in the Lehigh Valley, rest your head at The Lafayette Inn. You’ll feel pure bliss and relaxation as you lay your head in one of our luxurious, plush beds. Then, gear up for another exciting day exploring Easton with our complimentary breakfast. With freshly-brewed coffee, tea, and hearty homemade meals, you’ll be energized for your expedition.
Start planning your getaway to Easton today! Check our availability and book a charming guest room with The Lafayette Inn.