The D&H runs for 38 miles from Simpson, PA to the New York State border. At its Southern end, you can connect to the 32-mile-long Lackawanna River Heritage Trail, forming a 70-mile mega Greenway! Surrounded by forested hills, picturesque views, and streams of possibilities for outdoor fun, visitors enjoy hiking and biking, horseback riding and dog walking, plus easy access to fishing, kayaking or just relaxing along the Lackawanna River. The Rail-Trail Council of NEPA offers free events all year long. Winter Trail Days include discovery walks, snow shoeing, cross-country skiing and hiking. In Spring, Summer and Fall, there are bike clinics and group rides, yoga walks and local-artist featured events. Each September, the annual D&H Half Marathon starts and finishes at the Forest City trail-head. Just a short walk or ride up the hill from there, you’ll find places to eat, shop and browse. Stop by to say hi! Trail use is free and open to the public from dawn to dusk. For more information on trail maps, a complete listing of events and trail conditions, visit their website.