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.
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 Valley to within two miles of Lake Champlain.
The LVRT is a four-season, multi-purpose recreation and transportation corridor. After two decades of research, planning and construction, 33 miles are now open and we are working to complete the remaining sections as funding allows.
Because of the changing nature of the trail, the FKT route may also change over time. Currently there are 2 longer sections that are open (https://www.lvrt.org/trail-maps):
Section 1A (SE): West Danville to St. Johnsbury (~16 miles)
Section 1B (NW): Morristown to Cambridge (~17 miles) "Section 1B starts where it intersects with Route 15A on the east side of Morrisville and ends at Route 109 in Cambridge near Jeffersonville Village. The route winds through several Vermont towns along the Lamoille River, particularly through many farm fields. It's a beautiful run!"
Either section may be run in either direction.