Each month, RTC offers a free featured image from our rail-trail library to our community of members and supporters. From picturesque scenes of America's rail-trails to hometown images from around the block, you're sure to find a wallpaper that's fit for your desktop, mobile phone or social persona!
To download, click on your preferred size, right-click on the image and choose "Save image as...," and then save the file to your computer.
January - Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail
The Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail is perfect for cross-country skiers in the winter, as well as mountain bikers, horseback riders and hikers in the warmer months. The RTC Hall-of-Famer, dotted with trestles and railroad tunnels, traverses a pine-forested river canyon for a tad more than 25 miles in northern California.
December 2014 - Presidential Range Rail Trail
Skirting the White Mountains in the wilds of northern New Hampsire, the Presidential Range Rail Trail is a lovely trail in any season. In its 18 miles the trail passes the bird-watching haven of Cherry Pond, White Mountain National Forest, and the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge.
Special Edition: Thanksgiving 2014 - Iowa's Wabash Trace Nature Trail
As a special thank you to our members and supporters this Thanksgiving holiday, we encourage you to download our free wallpaper of Iowa's Wabash Trace Nature Trail—and be reminded every day how trails move you!
November 2014 - Metropolitan Branch Trail
Since it opened in 2008, the Metropolitan Branch Trail has become a key part of the D.C. area’s urban trail system. And thanks to events hosted by our local partners, such as the annual Veterans Day 5k Walk/Run for Fun, the trail has also attracted a community of supporters and organizers in the surrounding neighborhoods.
October 2014 - D & L Trail
The D & L Trail is truly one of Pennsylvania's most spectacular trails, connecting a number of rail-trails on its 165-mile journey through some of the state's most beautiful lands. This section in Lehigh Gorge State Park is a favorite, the old rail bed following the Lehigh River as it winds its way through thick forest.