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|Location||Bennington (VT), Stratton (VT), Wardsboro (VT), Woodford (VT)|
|Length||11.6 miles, Network|
Grout Pond Recreation Area is sixteen hundred acres of the Green Mountain National Forest set aside for year-round recreation. Grout Pond is very popular for camping, hiking, canoeing, and fishing.
|Location||Berkshire (VT), Enosburg (VT), Fairfield (VT), Richford (VT), Sheldon (VT), St. Albans Town (VT), Swanton (VT)|
|Length||26.1 miles, One Way|
The Trail wanders through the farms, forests, fields, and wetlands of Franklin County at a railroad's pace - slow, steady grades with sweeping bends.
|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.
|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)|
|Length||124.9 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.