Other Trails

Any trail use that is not covered under the currently listed categories.

Gitchi Gami Trail

Gitchi Gami State Trail Map

When completed, the Gitchi-Gami State Trail (GGST) will be an 88-mile non-motorized, paved recreational trail between Two Harbors and Grand Marais, Minnesota, along Lake Superior’s beautiful and historic North Shore. Several segments of the trail, totaling over 29 miles, are complete. A new section between Silver Bay and the West Road in Beaver Bay, just …

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Indian Creek Bike Trail

Passing through two states and four communities, this trail combines the solitude of a rural path with the accessibility of an urban trail. Although the Indian Creek Trail is most popular with bicyclists, it also gets a lot of use by trail runners, walkers and occasionally other Personal Transportation Vehicles (PTVs) such as recumbents, tandem …

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Mickelson Trail

trail waterfall

The George S. Mickelson Trail is the best way to see the Black Hills of South Dakota. It is one of the longest rail trails in America and can be used all throughout the year by hikers, mountain bikers, cross-country skiers and equestrians. In September 2012, Trailsnet is offering the Mickelson Trail Trek Tour. We …

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Northern Rail Trail

New Hampshire's Northern Rail Trail skirts a blue pond

You wouldn’t dream of touring the Louvre in a Lexus, the Prado in a Porsche, or the Vatican in a Volvo. Yet that’s how thousands of people view the New England fall foliage… strapped in a car, hurtling down the highway, craning their necks to get an occasional glimpse of rainbow colored trees. There’s a …

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Ashuelot Rail Trail

Ashuelot Rail Trail in Keene, New Hampshire

The town of Keene serves as a hub to both the Cheshire Rail Trail and the Ashuelot Rail Trail. So I found it rather odd that a.) no two people seemed to pronounce Ashuelot the same way (so let’s go with ash-wheel-ot) and b.) no one and I mean no one in Keene could tell me where I …

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