Vermont Rail Trails

Trail Section Maps – Lamoille Valley Rail Trail

Lamoille Valley Rail Trail

Discover quintessential Vermont Along New England's longest rail trail.

Two individuals riding bikes
Lamoille Valley Rail Trail in the winter, covered in snow
People nordic skiing on the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail

LVRT Trail Section Maps

Use our maps to navigate around the LVRT and discover all that Central Vermont has to offer.


Regional Routes along LVRT

Use our maps to meander your way through the LVRT and central Vermont. Awaiting you are countless sites, landscapes, and things to do just off the trail.

Morristown to Cambridge

This segment follows Route 15 and the Lamoille River from Morrisville through Hyde Park and Johnson, terminating in Cambridge where it connects into the Cambridge Greenway to Jeffersonville. It stretches for 17 miles through bustling downtowns and serene landscapes. It offers spectacular views of the Green Mountains while exhibiting Vermont’s working farms and forests. Users can hop on the trail and support one of the many local businesses along the path while getting out and enjoying the best that Vermont has to offer.

St. Johnsbury to West Danville

This segment begins at the Three Rivers Bike Path at Mont Vernon Street in St. Johnsbury to Channel Drive on the far side of Joe’s Pond in West Danville. This section has a plethora of history and natural beauty to offer. More than 15 miles of trail now winds through the forests and farmlands of Caledonia County, shadowing Route 2. The trail features beautiful ledge cuts from the original rail line, as well as long stretches of quiet seclusion. Along the route, there are many different amenities and small business for users to explore in Danville, West Danville, and St. Johnsbury

Hardwick to Morristown

Danville to Hardwick

Cambridge to Swanton

Vermont Rail Trails*** May 9, 2023