WELCOME TO NEW ENGLAND'S
LONGEST RAIL TRAIL!

TRAVEL THE TRAIL


The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is a historic treasure extending across some of Northern Vermont’s most beautiful landscapes. The 93-mile Trail spans the breadth of Northern Vermont from the Connecticut River to Lake Champlain. 

The LVRT is a four-season, multi-purpose recreational and educational corridor. After two decades of research, planning and construction, 33 miles are now open and we are now positioned to complete the remaining sections over the next five years.

REACHING $3 MILLION IN 3 YEARS

In 2017, the LVRT is launching the $3 million Capital Campaign which will generate the private funding necessary to finish and maintain the trail.  All gifts to the LVRT are tax deductible. The Federal ID Number for the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (the parent organization responsible for finishing the LVRT) is 23-7157363.
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33/93 Miles of Trail Complete to Date!

Hundreds of people and organizations have already been involved in bringing the LVRT to where it is today, but many, many more will be required to pitch in to help us realize our dream of creating New England’s longest and finest rail trail.

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