Lehigh Valley Hospital
This flat course starts marathon runners and relay teams at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, PA. Maybe an odd location to start, but it’s easy to find and has plenty of parking. Scenic, shady and a net elevation drop of 240’ make it an attractive qualifying run for the Boston Marathon. The median runner’s time for the past few years has been under 4 hours. The half marathon starts at the marathon’s midpoint and is run from Bethlehem to Easton. The course is divided into 5 legs.
Leg 1 - 6.2 mile
Lehigh Valley Hospital, Cedar Crest & I-78 (Allentown) to Martin Luther King Dr. & S. 4th St. (Allentown)
(All hard surface).
Leg 2 - 5.8 miles
Martin Luther King Dr. & S. 4th St. (Allentown) to Main & Lehigh St. (Bethlehem)
2.1 miles on paved road, 3.7 miles on cinder trail (ends at mile marker 12.1)
Leg 3 - 4.8 miles
Main & Lehigh St. (Bethlehem) to Canal Park, Main St. & Lockhouse Rd. (Freemansburg)
3.2 miles on cinder trail, 1.6 miles on paved road (ends at mile marker 16.8).
Leg 4 - 5.8 miles
Canal Park, Main St. & Lockhouse Rd. (Freemansburg) to Riverview Park, Lehigh Dr. (Palmer Township)
3.0 miles on cinder trail, 0.4 miles on dirt road, 2.4 miles on paved bike trail (ends at mile marker 22.6).
Leg 5 - 3.6 miles
Riverview Park, Lehigh Dr. (Palmer Township) to Scott Park, Larry Holmes Dr. (Easton)
3.6 miles on paved surfaces (ends at mile marker 26.2).
Mile 22 thru 26.2 – All hard surface (concrete or macadam) on the D & L Canal Path. Over the Glendon Bridge and the Smith Bridge. From mile marker #22 it’s a gentle downhill run to the confluence of the Lehigh & Delaware Rivers finishing in Scott Park, Easton, PA.
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