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|Location||Burlington (VT), Colchester (VT), South Hero (VT)|
|Length||12.0 miles, One Way|
Multi-use trail with waterfront views of Lake Champlain from Burlington to Colchester. Numerous parks and natural areas along the way, a trail bridge over the mouth of the Winooski River, and Colchester's Causeway Park.
|Location||Burlington (VT), Colchester (VT), South Burlington (VT), Williston (VT), Winooski (VT)|
|Length||21.5 miles, Network|
Mouth of the Winooski River route visits a string of parks and trails along the Winooski River, between Williston and the shores of Lake Champlain in Burlington. A bike loop can be made by combining this route with the Cross Vermont Trail route.
|Location||Castleton (VT), Middletown Springs (VT), Pawlet (VT), Poultney (VT), Wells (VT)|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||155.0 miles, Network|
The Gravel Ride Network in the Slate Valley offers some great hilly bike riding by connecting gravel roads, paved roads, rough 4th class roads and the D&H Rail Trail.
|Location||Berlin (VT), Bolton (VT), Burlington (VT), Duxbury (VT), East Montpelier (VT), Groton (VT), Marshfield (VT), Middlesex (VT), Montpelier (VT), Moretown (VT), Newbury (VT), Plainfield (VT), Richmond (VT), Ryegate (VT), South Burlington (VT), Waterbury (VT), Williston (VT)|
|Length||85.0 miles, Network|
The Cross Vermont Trail is a project to build a multi-use, four season path across the width of Vermont; following the Winooski River and Wells River valleys.
The Cross Vermont Trail Association is an incorporated, private non-profit, member based and volunteer driven.
|Location||Addison (VT), Alburgh (VT), Benson (VT), Bridport (VT), Burlington (VT), Charlotte (VT), Colchester (VT), Ferrisburgh (VT), Georgia (VT), Grand Isle (VT), Highgate (VT), Hinesburg (VT), Milton (VT), North Hero (VT), Orwell (VT), Panton (VT), Shelburne (VT), Shoreham (VT), South Burlington (VT), South Hero (VT), St. Albans Town (VT), Swanton (VT), Vergennes (VT), West Haven (VT)|
|Difficulty||Moderate, Advanced, Expert|
|Length||409.7 miles, Network|
The map at present just shows the VT and NY main North-South routes. Many additional loops are suggested on the Lake Champlain Bikeways map - see ChamplainBikeways.org. The Bikeways steer day riders and bicycle touring riders along peaceful country roads, through picturesque villages, breathtaking scenery, charming B&B's and inns, country stores and farmstands, impressive historic sites and museums, lovely shoreline parks and campgrounds. Resources include bicycle tour outfitters, convenient connections to passenger rail lines and ferry crossings, and access to numerous lakes and rivers.