The 20th annual Lehigh River Sojourn is Wildlands Conservancy’s 54.5-mile guided paddling trip on the Lehigh River. The event begins in the Pocono Mountains and ends in Easton. Sojourners travel through our region’s metro-wilderness – treasuring scenic views, visits from resident wildlife and a shared appreciation for preserving the Lehigh River.
The Lehigh River Sojourn takes place every June and timing is dependent upon the dam-release schedule.
Register. Paddle. And We Take Care of the Rest.
- Education programs to connect you with Wildlands’ work
- Entertainment each evening
- Great meals provided on paddling days.
- Canoe and raft rentals ($15/person/day)
- Dedicated safety team and paddling instruction
- Camp sites
Friday, June 24 – Wednesday, June 29
20th Annual Lehigh River Sojourn At a Glance
Join us for live music Saturday night through Tuesday night!
Camping on Friday, June 24
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Day 1: Whitewater Rafting – Drakes Creek to Glen Onoko
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Day 2: Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting – Jim Thorpe to Walnutport
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Day 3: Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting – Walnutport to Whitehall
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Day 4: Canoeing/Kayaking/Rafting – Whitehall to Bethlehem
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Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or contact:
Diane Motel, Director of Education Programs