14 Mile Bike Ride Along the Scenic Delaware River Tow-Path
SYNC is offering you a lovely scenic bike trip along the Delaware River tow-path. This is a flat path consisting of compacted dirt and gravel. You will meander south for 7 miles enjoying shaded and sunshine areas of the path, the infamous Trauger’s Farmers Market with fresh sweets and produce, several canal locks to explore, and of course natures inhabitants of this ecologically rich area. Bald eagles, blue herons, osprey, wood/mallard ducks, woodpeckers, beavers, and otters all make their homes along this vital area, The 7 mile half way point is the Homestead General Store in Upper Black Eddy, PA which roasts their own coffee beans, has a full deli with hot or cold food, soup and ice cream. Either bring your lunch or buy something from the Homestead! After you are fully nourished and rested follow the trail north, back to Riegelsville, PA.
We have 10 cross-terrine bikes to loan anyone who needs a bike. If you have your own bike we ask that you bring it.
Please contact Per Hagen at (215.380.3341) if you need to borrow a bike and we will have one available for you.
Plan to arrive at 9:30am for check in. The ride will begin promptly at 10:00am.
Please come prepared: dress in layers, wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes appropriate for biking (no sandals allowed), a hat and sunblock. Please bring water & snacks to fuel your body.
Leave No Trace: Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!
Please call or text Lead Adventurer, Per Hagen, at 215.380.3341 if you need more information.