4 Day Bike Ride
Inn to Inn from Jim Thorpe to Washington's Crossing
Bike 138 miles of rail trail on the Smithsonian Affiliate, Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
-Enjoy three of Pennsylvania’s award winning small towns. From the mountains of Jim Thorpe, to the cobblestone streets of Bethlehem and onto the revolutionary architecture of New Hope. Each of these towns are well established tourism destinations and are as unique as they are attractive.
-Travel through 57,600 acres/90 miles of State Park interrupted only by quaint river towns.
-Explore some of the oldest history in the USA as you follow the route of Anthracite Coal from mine to market during the Industrial Revolution
Day 1 – 36 miles: Start your adventure in the wilderness of the Lehigh Gorge State Park, riding past waterfalls and spotting wildlife as you bike on the newly connected D&L Rail Trail into the award winning town of Jim Thorpe. Our first night is spent surrounded by the mountains in the Inn of Jim Thorpe, circa 1849.
Day 2 – 35 miles: After a night exploring the shops, museums and restaurants in Jim Thorpe, we’ll enjoy a hot breakfast at the Inn before we continue to follow the locks and canals along the Lehigh River to the town of Bethlehem, PA. Along the way we will pass the Lehigh Gap Nature Center with its protected land and stunning views of the Blue Mountain and Appalachian Trail. Bethlehem, circa 1741, an old Moravian settlement, is home to cobblestone streets, quaint shops, and history around every bend. Spend the night in the Hotel Bethlehem where Presidents and dignitaries have stayed before you.
Day 3 – 46 miles: After a group breakfast, we will depart Bethlehem and travel south following the path of 19th century aqueducts to the confluence of the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers. Visit the only operating mule drawn canal boat east of the Mississippi, tour the National Canal Museum and pass through many quaint, river villages, until we arrive in New Hope. New Hope is a small town with a big city feel, bustling nightlife, and cultural attractions such as the Bucks County Playhouse.
Day 4 – 21 miles: On day four, after a hearty final breakfast at the Fox and Hound Bed & Breakfast, we will travel to Washington’s Crossing where George Washington crossed the Delaware in 1776. We will also cross the Delaware to the D&R Canal State Park and head north to Bull’s Island where we will end our ride with lunch before we shuttle you back to your car.
For a detailed day by day itinerary, please call 570.325.3654 and ask for Janet OR send an email to Info@PoconoBiking.com
2018 4 DAY BIKE RIDE DATES
- 14th through 17th
- 16th through 19th (Limited Spots)
- 24th through 27th (Sold Out)
- 22nd through 25th
- 4th through 7th
Private Trips are available on alternative dates for groups of 8 or more. Just give us a call at 1-800-WHITEWATER (1-800-944-8392) to arrange your private trip.
- Difficulty: Easy/Moderate – Crushed gravel trail
- Trip Size: Up to 12 guests, 2 guides
- Minimum Age: 13 years old
- For a detailed itinerary and FAQ’s please call 570.325.3654 and ask for Janet OR send an email to Info@PoconoBiking.com
2018 4 DAY BIKE RIDE RATES
- Individual with own bike – $899.00
- Individual with bike rental – $949.00
- Single supplement – $225.00 additional for those traveling solo
- Biking on 138 miles of rail trail
- Overnight accommodations at The Inn at Jim Thorpe, Hotel Bethlehem, and Fox & Hound Bed & Breakfast
- Professional bike guides
- Sag wagon
- Basic bike repair
- Replacement bikes if needed to complete the ride
- Rest stops with snacks and water
- Breakfast on three days
- Lunch on two days
- Luggage transportation to each accommodation
- Morning trail briefings
- Transportation back to your car by 4pm on the final day
RESERVATIONS & INFORMATION
For more information on our four day Inn to Inn bike ride, please give us a call at 570.325.3654. Ask for Janet, ext. 113 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org