Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, USA



Lehigh Valley Cycling Maps (PDF)

This downloadable full color PDF document contains a map and several road and trail routes for getting around the Lehigh Valley.  Also included are locations for local bike rental.

For a hardcopy of this map, go to www.lehighvalleypa.org and click on “request literature". Lehigh Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau will be delighted to send you a copy.

Google Maps Birdseye view of Lehigh Valley Trails

Well done Google Maps overview of local trails

Overview of Allentown Trail Maps

A nice overview of where trails can be found in Allentown, Pennsylvania.   Click on the big map to view individual maps.  Drill down to get directions, etc.

Ironton Trail in Whitehall Township

The former Ironton Railroad has been transformed to provide a safe, year-round recreational opportunity for local residents and visitors. A part of the Rails-to-Trails movement sweeping the nation, the Ironton Rail-Trail was developed by the municipalities of Whitehall, Coplay, and North Whitehall. Located in the Lehigh Valley, this regional spur of the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor is one of most popular multi-use trails in the area.

Palmer Township Trails

Our bike path is a wonderful feature in Palmer and one of which we are tremendously proud. The leisurely curves and mostly minimal grades make the trail practical for use by people of all ages. The eight-to-twelve- foot wide macadam beds easily accommodate cycling, rollerblading and jogging enthusiasts alike.

Delaware & Lehigh Heritage Corridor

The Lehigh Valley Region is located at the center of the Corridor and is marked by an array of distinct towns and cities that contributed to the region's vibrancy.

Perkiomen Trail to Little Lehigh Parkway

An on road route connecting two major trail networks.
See also: Getting to the Little Lehigh Parkway from the Perkiomen Trail

Pennsylvania Rails to Trails

Through a dynamic partnership with DCNR, local Rail-Trail organizations, counties, townships, and municipalities have acquired, designed, constructed, and are managing and maintaining Rail-Trails in every region of the Commonwealth. From small villages in rural areas to larger cities in highly urbanized centers, volunteers have come together to make the Pennsylvania Rail-Trail Program a national leader.

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