|Location||Andover (NH), Boscawen (NH), Canaan (NH), Danbury (NH), Enfield (NH), Franklin (NH), Grafton (NH), Lebanon (NH), Orange (NH), Wilmot (NH)|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||57.0 miles, One Way|
A nearly flat trail which travels from Lebanon, New Hampshire, in the Mascoma River Valley, passing though historic villages and by scenic lakes, streams, and hills along the old railroad bed of the Boston & Maine Railroad Northern Line, until it reaches Boscawen, a few miles North of Concord.
|Length||2.9 miles, Network|
The property offers a variety of walking terrains. Quinn Trail is accessible to both strollers and wheelchairs and links up with the trails in the Tanzi Tract, a preserve of the Town of Hanover. On the south side of Mink Brook, wooded hiking trails link up with trails to preserved land in Lebanon.
|Location||Fairlee (VT), Orford (NH), Vershire (VT), West Fairlee (VT)|
|Length||35.7 miles, One Way|
A 36-mile community trail from Mount Cube (Orford, NH) to Flagpole Hill (Vershire, VT) connecting the 4 towns of of the Rivendell Interstate School District (Orford, NH, Fairlee, West Fairlee, and Vershire, VT).
|Location||Barnet (VT), Bath (NH), Bloomfield (VT), Bradford (VT), Brattleboro (VT), Brunswick (VT), Canaan (VT), Charlestown (NH), Chesterfield (NH), Claremont (NH), Clarksville (NH), Colebrook (NH), Columbia (NH), Concord (VT), Cornish (NH), Dalton (NH), Dummerston (VT), Fairlee (VT), Guildhall (VT), Hanover (NH), Hartford (VT), Hartland (VT), Haverhill (NH), Hinsdale (NH), Lancaster (NH), Lebanon (NH), Lemington (VT), Littleton (NH), Lunenburg (VT), Lyme (NH), Maidstone (VT), Monroe (NH), Newbury (VT), Northumberland (NH), Norwich (VT), Orford (NH), Piermont (NH), Pittsburg (NH), Plainfield (NH), Putney (VT), Rockingham (VT), Ryegate (VT), Springfield (VT), Stewartstown (NH), Stratford (NH), Thetford (VT), Vernon (VT), Walpole (NH), Waterford (VT), Weathersfield (VT), Westminster (VT), Westmoreland (NH), Windsor (VT)|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced, Expert|
|Length||276.2 miles, One Way|
The Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail is a series of primitive campsites and river access points spanning 400 miles from the river’s headwaters to the Long Island Sound.
A group of partner organizations collaborate on developing and stewarding the trail. Since 2009, the Vermont River Conservancy has taken a leadership role in facilitating this collaborative effort.
Please visit www.connecticutriverpaddlerstrail.org for more information about the current status of the trail and for more information for visitors.