Tag archives for Aquetong Creek

Solebury Mountain, Bucks County, Pa

Figure 1: Solebury Mountain in Bucks County, PA. The Delaware River flows in a south and southeast direction in a water gap eroded between Solebury Mountain and Goat Hill. United States Geological Survey topographic map digitally presented using National Geographic TOPO software. Solebury Mountain is a high ridge (more than 480 feet at its highest […]

Aquetong Creek-Lahaska Creek Drainage Divide area, Solebury Township, Bucks County

Northeast oriented Aquetong Creek headwaters originate north and east of Lahaska, Pa area and eventually reach the south oriented Delaware River while south and south-southwest oriented Lahaska Creek flows just west and south of Lahaska to reach Mill Creek and then Neshaminy Creek, which eventually flows to a southwest oriented Delaware River segment. Through valleys […]

Aligned drainage and barbed tributaries in the Delaware River Valley near New Hope, PA

Aligned and barbed tributaries are commonly found along south and southeast oriented Delaware River valley segments marking the Pennsylvania and New Jersey border. One such region is the New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ region where the Delaware River flows in a southeast and south direction as seen in figure 1. Most tributaries from the […]