The canal path is a pleasant relaxing ride for all ages. The terrain is flat and fast and perfect for mountain or cyclocross bikes.
About Delaware Canal
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Flat level ground for miles. bring your kids, pets and take a stroll and enjoy lovely views of the river. places to stop and rest plus you can walk on the Jersey side or the Pennsylvania side.
My rating of this "thing to do" is based on historical significance, not hiking, biking, or boating. I learned a little about the canal from the New Hope friend I was visiting, since we kept crossing it as we went other places over the weekend....More
The towpath is great for biking, walking, or jogging. Just look out for spiderwebs beneath the bridges. Be sure to check out the lock keepers house at the entrance to town.
Very serene, level walkways along the canal. Great scenery, always ducks and frogs. Most of the walk is shaded so youre out of the sun. It's very safe with always other walkers.
It's a nice walk; you see the locks and the setting is idyllic. The water is very stagnant--not so beautiful. But, a good diversion for a half hour or so.
I have been riding and walking along much of the Delaware Canal tow path for years and have never seen so poorly maintained. I'm not talking about major repairs, which I understand can't always be done until there is money allotted for them. I mean...More
Lovely place to take a run, walk or bike ride. Accessible at various locations along the canal. Tow path runs along and between the Delaware river and the canal and goes for miles. North if center bridge is still a bit shaky but you can...More