ALONG THE TRAIL

ALONG THE TRAIL

The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail (LVRT) is already well on its way to becoming Vermont’s premier year-round recreation destination: 33 miles of the full 93 mile Trail are already open and new sections are planned to open each year over the next three to five years.   


Please click here to view and download maps for the sections of the trail that are already renovated and accessible for year-round use.







SNOW SPORTS


In the winter, the LVRT provides easily accessible exercise opportunities for snow-shoeing enthusiasts, cross country skiers, snowmobilers and mushers, as well as folks out for a brisk walk in the snow covered landscape.





In the warmer months, the Trail provides walkers, joggers and runners, bicyclists and horseback riders a comfortable, well-maintained pathway through some of Northern Vermont’s most beautiful landscapes.     





A TRAIL FOR EVERYONE


Running along an old rail bed, the LVRT’S grade never exceeds 3% making it traversable by young and not-so-young alike, no matter what your physical capabilities. For those more adventurous, there are direct connections to other recreational opportunities such as The Long Trail and paddling on the Lamoille River.





But the trail is not just about recreation. Bird watchers and other nature enthusiasts, as well as history buffs will experience the many wonders of Northern Vermont from a new perspective.





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