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The 60 mile Delaware Canal towpath runs from Easton to Bristol and is a National Heritage Hiking Trail. Once trod by mule teams pulling cargo-laden boats along the canal, the towpath is used today by walkers, joggers, bicyclists, cross-country skiers and bird watchers. For 30 miles, between Uhlerstown and Frenchtown, the Delaware Canal towpath parallels New Jersey's D&R Canal towpath, separated only by the Delaware River. Six bridges link the two trails.

Directions: From Easton, PA, There are numerous access points along the 60-mile length of Delaware Canal State Park. The park follows the Delaware River from Easton to Bristol, paralleled by Pennsylvania Routes 611 and 32.

Elevation: 250 feet

Distance: 60 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Delaware Canal State Park, Pennsylvania

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