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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The New London-Wilmot Section of the 75-Mile Sunapee Ragged Kearsage Greenway follows multiple brooks through New London's forests
The Hoit Marsh Trail is a relatively easy walk, as is the Snap Town Road trail, which travels through some upland property. The Hoit Marsh Trail is handicap accessible and leads to a viewing platform of the marsh.
An easy mowed walkway along the Passumpsic River with access from downtown and from Lyndon Institute
A premier network of groomed ski trails for all abilities nestled among the hills near Lake Memphremagog
The Dearborn Forest offers a loop trail that connects through the Rockingham Rail Trail and a short loop trail out to Onway Lake.
Endless Brook is a mixture of professionally hand built and machine built trails (mostly singletrack) in Poultney, VT that are open to non-motorized use, including mountain biking.
Enjoy beautiful views and excellent bird watching over the Great Meadows.
The site of an old downhill ski area, Dutch Hill is being developed for backcountry skiing (climb up/ski down) as well as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
A scenic and fairly level ski along the Deerfield River and Harriman Reservoir
The Castleton University Trails consist of about 2 miles of non-motorized, multi-use dirt trails in and around the Castleton University campus.
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