Trail Finder contains information for a wide range of non-motorized, motorized, and shared use trails. For display purposes, all trails are grouped and symbolized based on the following four color classes:
The dominant trail activity for a trail system determines which color is assigned to that posting’s pin and trail segments. Viewers searching for motorized trails, for instance, might find map pins colored purple, green, or orange.
EasyRelatively flat and smooth trails that can be completed by almost anyone.
ModerateMay have a few hills, steep sections, or multiple surface types. Most people should have little difficulty completing.
AdvancedDominantly natural surface trails with more difficult hills, exposed roots, or slipping hazards.
ExpertTypically single track, natural surface, narrow trails with many hills or steep sections, tight turns, exposed roots or slipping hazards or other obstacles such as stream crossings or rocky areas to traverse. May require specialized equipment or technical skills.
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Sweeping views of the Intervale and Winooski River from this off-road connection parallel to North Avenue and Route 127.
Access to unusual spots throughout South Burlington from unexpected places. Beautiful off-road paths - lots to explore.
A link in the Cross Vermont Trail with views of the Winooski River Valley, a bridge over Johnnie Brook, and active farmland.
The Castleton University Trails consist of about 2 miles of non-motorized, multi-use dirt trails in and around the Castleton University campus.
Delaney Woods trails are mostly single track trails maintained for non-motorized multi-use, including mountain biking.
Riverside recreational trail with footbridges and excellent wildlife viewing in downtown Keene.
This re-purposed rail trail is perfect for adventurers looking for views of the Connecticut River and the remains of the industrial age.
Easy, family-friendly walk on wide trail to wetland boardwalk and sandy Lake Champlain beach.
Deep ravine, beautiful rocky brook, stands of hemlock, beech, and maple.
This 3 mile trail is a rail trail in Alburgh. It starts in the center of town and heads east toward the Lake Champlain.
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