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The Saucon Rail Trail is a converted railroad track that runs through Upper Saucon Township and Lower Saucon Township in Pennsylvania. The trail is 7.5 miles long and is mostly flat with few hills. It is open during all seasons. The surface of the trial is covered in gravel and crushed rock with some parts covered in pavement. The trail is popular for walking, running, and biking. The trail is also wheelchair accessible. The Saucon Rail Trail is used for organized events like 5Ks, 10Ks, and races throughout the course of the year. Dogs are allowed on the trail as long as they remain on leash.

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  • The Saucon Rail Trail is a converted railroad track that runs through Upper Saucon Township and Lower Saucon Township in Pennsylvania. The trail is 7.5 miles long and is mostly flat with few hills. It is open during all seasons. The surface of the trial is covered in gravel and crushed rock with some parts covered in pavement. The trail is popular for walking, running, and biking. The trail is also wheelchair accessible. The Saucon Rail Trail is used for organized events like 5Ks, 10Ks, and races throughout the course of the year. Dogs are allowed on the trail as long as they remain on leash.
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  • The Saucon Rail Trail is a converted railroad track that runs through Upper Saucon Township and Lower Saucon Township in Pennsylvania. The trail is 7.5 miles long and is mostly flat with few hills. It is open during all seasons. The surface of the trial is covered in gravel and crushed rock with some parts covered in pavement. The trail is popular for walking, running, and biking. The trail is also wheelchair accessible. The Saucon Rail Trail is used for organized events like 5Ks, 10Ks, and races throughout the course of the year. Dogs are allowed on the trail as long as they remain on leash. The Saucon Rail Trail starts and ends in two different parks. One endpoint is located in Water Street Park in Hellertown. The other endpoint is located in Southern Lehigh Living Memorial Park in Upper Saucon Township. The endpoints of the trail both have parking available with close access to the trail. There are also eight total access points for getting onto the Saucon Rail Trail with only a select few that have parking lots. The trail passes through the Upper Saucon Township Community Park. The Saucon Rail Trail features a variety of geological formations and wildlife. Portions of the trail are shaded by trees and other portions run along fields. Geological formations line some of the edges on the trail. The Saucon Rail Trail also has bridges that go over streams of water. Some points of interest along the trail include a refurbished railroad sign, Reading Drive Meadow, Allentown Formation Rock Outcrop, Landis Mill Road Rock Formations, and Water Street Park Boulders.
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