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Building a healthier community…
One mile at a time.

St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) and Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (D&L) are partnering to bring the community a family fun initiative — get off the couch and get active!

By linking SLUHN healthy lifestyle expertise with the recreational and heritage leadership of D&L, members of our community can participate in scheduled challenges on their way to achieving their personal fitness goals.

Using SLUHN and D&L’s commitment to our community, our goal is to connect people to the outstanding opportunities along the D&L Trail while increasing health awareness and improving the health status of the community. This partnership will provide individuals and families with nutrition and exercise programs which create and promote a culture of personal wellness and a sense of community.

Frequently Asked Questions

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165 Mile Challenge

November 2, 2014, marked the end of the 2014 165 Mile Spring Challenge. We will not be sending milestone prizes for any miles tracked after November 2, 2014. However, you are encouraged to use the Trail Tracker to keep track of your miles as you continue to achieve your personal fitness goals.

In the coming months, details will be announced for Winter 2014/2015 mini-challenges along with an exciting new challenge kicking off in Spring 2015!


It doesn’t matter if you are fifteen or eighty-five, physically-fit or a self-proclaimed couch potato, this challenge is for everyone. Get outdoors, get active and explore nature by walking, running or biking the D&L Trail, 165 total miles of natural beauty in our own backyard. Log your miles via the Trail Tracker and receive free prizes as you achieve your milestone goals. Let’s get moving together and build a healthier community… one mile at a time.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome Letter
Every person who registers will receive a welcome letter in the mail with a Tail on the Trail car magnet.

For information on Tail on the Trail Special Events and other Tail on the Trail approved events please visit our Events page.

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Events

Join SLUHN and D&L leaders and other members of the community in a celebration of health and fitness. Come out for these fun events that include health, fitness, nature and history facts. Free giveaways, snacks and more.

What is the difference between the 165 Mile Challenge and the Special Events?

The 165 Mile Challenge is a challenge to log 165 miles of biking, walking or running.

The Special Events are held on sections of the D&L Trail closest to each of the six St. Luke’s Campuses to promote the building of a healthier community… one mile at a time. In order to have a headcount for the Special Events, we ask that you RSVP to one or more of the events by calling St. Luke’s InfoLink toll-free at 1-866-STLUKES.

Please check back soon for upcoming events.

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News

End of the 2014 165 Mile Spring Challenge


Tail on the Trail Photo Contest


Bethlehem — Bike and Boat Event

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Quakertown — Upper Saucon Community Park

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Jim Thorpe — Carbon County Trailhead

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Tail on the Trail with Zumba and Hula Hoops!

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Need another reason to get off the couch and get active?
Read below for our message to help educate, motivate and mobilize YOU, our community members, towards living healthier lives and to identify resources supportive of healthy living.


Building a healthier community…
One mile at a time.

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