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Trail Activity Walking Bicycling Snowshoeing Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing
Location Waitsfield (VT)
Difficulty Moderate
Length0.4 miles, One Way

A short walk connecting Irasville Common to the banks of the Mad River

Trail Activity Walking Bicycling Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing
Location Dover (NH)
Difficulty Easy
Length6.4 miles, Round Trip

The Dover Community Trail is a multi-use trail with breathtaking views of the Cochecho and Bellamy Rivers. Along the trail you will find ample scenic views, points of interest, and convenient access points along the 6.4 mile stretch. The trail also offers opportunities for bicycling, walking, hiking, bird watching, and fishing.

The trail is comprised of two sections: a paved urban section stretching three-quarters of a mile from the Transportation Center to Fisher Street, and a natural section, two and a half miles long following the Cochecho River from Beckwith Ballfields to Watson Road.

Trail Activity Walking Horseback Riding Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing Snowshoeing Bicycling
Location Colebrook (NH), Stewartstown (NH)
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length8.5 miles, One Way

This 8.5-mile trail travels along the ‘wild and scenic’ Connecticut River from Colebrook, NH to Beecher Falls, VT

Trail Activity Walking Bicycling Snowshoeing Horseback Riding Snowmobiling Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing
Location Pawlet (VT), Rupert (VT)
Difficulty Easy
Length10.2 miles, One Way

Recreating on the D&H Rail Trail provides a very scenic and enjoyable experience, as the trail winds its way along a relatively gentle grade in southwestern Vermont.

Trail Activity Walking Hiking Snowshoeing Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing Bicycling
Location Waitsfield (VT)
Difficulty Easy
Length1.2 miles, One Way

An easy path along the Mad River with multiple points for river access and views of the valley and mountains

Trail Activity Walking Nordic Skiing - Groomed Horseback Riding Snowshoeing Bicycling
Location Brentwood (NH)
Difficulty Easy
Length0.7 miles, One Way

This relatively flat trail makes for a quick and easy walk.

Trail Activity Walking Bicycling Snowshoeing Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing Horseback Riding Snowmobiling
Location Alburgh (VT), Bakersfield (VT), Cabot (VT), Cambridge (VT), Concord (VT), Danville (VT), Fairfield (VT), Fletcher (VT), Greensboro (VT), Hardwick (VT), Highgate (VT), Hyde Park (VT), Johnson (VT), Kirby (VT), Lunenburg (VT), Morristown (VT), Sheldon (VT), St. Johnsbury (VT), Swanton (VT), Walden (VT), Wolcott (VT)
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length124.9 miles, One Way

When completed, the new LVRT will be an unparalleled experience, spanning the breadth of Vermont from St. Johnsbury to Swanton, and crossing eighteen communities along the route.

Trail Activity Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing Walking Bicycling Horseback Riding Snowmobiling
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
Length57.0 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.

Trail Activity Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing Walking Bicycling Horseback Riding
Location Auburn (NH), Candia (NH), Epping (NH), Manchester (NH), Newfields (NH), Raymond (NH)
Difficulty Easy, Moderate, Advanced
Length28.1 miles, One Way

A long stretch of former railroad that has been re-purposed for recreation, this rail trail winds through forests, along the shores of water bodies, and by historic railroad stations.

Trail Activity Walking Horseback Riding Snowshoeing Ungroomed Cross-country Skiing Snowmobiling Bicycling
Location Bethlehem (NH)
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length2.3 miles, One Way

2.3 miles of re-purposed railway is now a perfect location for hikers, bikers, and snowmobilers to take in views of the surrounding area.