The spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 has impacted all of our lives. As we seek solace in the outdoors, it is important that we also protect the health of all of our neighbors. Although some of the restrictions on movement have started to be relaxed, we all must do our part to promote safety outside.
Many trail and outdoor organizations have issued guidelines for using outdoor spaces including:
Importantly, please AVOID HIGH USE AREAS when you are choosing where to recreate.
If you see a lot of cars at a trailhead, try a different trail or go during a less busy time of day.
PLEASE NOTE: Visitors to Vermont are required to quarantine for 14 days before visiting public spaces, including trails. Long-term visitors to New Hampshire are also being asked to self-quarantine for 14 days. Please abide by the directives for each state.
Instead of going to the same trail you always visit (and that all your neighbors visit too!), try finding a new trail. You can search by trail activity, length, or location. Visit our Find Trails Page to start searching!
Some trails have been closed due to overcrowding. Moreover, it is mud season and many trail managers close trails during the spring to protect the trails and surrounding vegetation. Use the search by trail status function to only search for open trails or find out which trails have been closed.
*Although we keep this information as up-to-date as possible, it is always a good idea to double check on the trail manager's website, listed at the bottom of every trail posting, to confirm that the trail is open for use.
Use the "View Connector Trails" feature on the trail map to see if you could bike to the trailhead or park elsewhere to avoid busy parking lots.
Some trails have had to close because of high use and people congregating. Check the trail manager's website, which is linked at the bottom of every trail posting, to make sure the trail is open.
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