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Special Edition: Thanksgiving - Michigan's 47-mile Iron Ore Heritage Trail

As a special thank you to our members and supporters this Thanksgiving holiday, we encourage you to download our free wallpaper—and be reminded every day how trails move you! This year's image is of Michigan's 47-mile Iron Ore Heritage Trail by Ali Fulsher--the 2015 Grand Prize winner of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Photo Contest.

November - Michigan's 34.5-mile Kal-Haven Trail Sesquicentennial State Park

The Fall foliage in Michigan is hard to top, especially along the 34.5-mile Kal-Haven Trail Sesquicentennial State Park between lively Kalamazoo and the beautiful port city of South Haven on the shores of Lake Michigan.

October - Florida's 16.5-mile Gainesville-Hawthorne State Park Trail

The Gainesville-Hawthorne State Park Trail makes for a great day trip, complete with a hill or two and plenty of wildlife. The well-maintained trail accommodates users with a 10-foot-wide paved path, regular trailheads and benches, and parallels one of Florida's most environmentally sensitive areas—Paynes Prairie State Preserve.

September - Pennsylvania's 26-mile D & L Trail

The D & L Trail - Lehigh Gorge State Park Trail spans 26 miles through 4,500 acres of dramatic wilderness along the Lehigh River in Pennsylvania. The route features breathtaking views of the river and parallels the Reading & Northern Railroad for several miles. The rail line carries freight and seasonal tourist trains.

August - New York's 21-mile Wallkill Valley Rail Trail

Less than two hours north of the Big Apple, the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail offers a peaceful journey through New York’s rural countryside. In the late 1800s, the rail line here carried produce from Ulster County farms to NYC, as well as passengers through the Hudson Valley.

July - Idaho's 15-mile Route of the Hiawatha

It’s no surprise that Idaho’s Route of the Hiawatha is in RTC’s Rail-Trail Hall of Fame; the 15-mile pathway, following the former Milwaukee Railroad, provides one of the most scenic stretches of rail-trail in the country. The not-to-miss adventure includes sky-high trestles, dramatic railroad tunnels and forested vistas.

June - Vermont’s 14-mile Island Line Trail 

Vermont’s 14-mile Island Line Trail offers powerful scenery, wildlife and connections across three towns and two counties. The causeway over Lake Champlain (shown above) is a unique and spectacular attraction. The former “milk train” line turned rail-trail is a 2010 inductee to RTC’s Rail-Trail Hall of Fame. 

May - Australia's Ferny Grove and Currawong rail-trails

A 6.9-mile trail network, including the short but picturesque Ferny Grove and Currawong rail-trails, now inhabits part of a 30-plus-mile former rail corridor that once connected Ferny Grove and Dayboro in Australia. Along the route is a memorial to one of the most infamous railway accidents in the country’s history.

April - Eastside Trail

Get ready for Earth Day with this inspiring image! The 2.3-mile Eastside Trail—part of what will eventually be a 22-mile loop of trails, transit and parks along a former railroad and industrial corridor—is spurring active transportation, recreation and social synergy in the Big Peach. Read about the ambitious Atlanta BeltLine project in the Fall 2014 issue of Rails to Trails magazine.

March - Chessie Nature Trail

With its Civil War history, natural beauty and small-town charms, Virginia's seven-mile Chessie Nature Trail promises a pleasant and poignant excursion for day-trippers. The rail-trail was fittingly selected for the "Destination" feature in the Fall 2014 issue of Rails to Trails magazine.

February - Burke-Gilman Trail

Beautiful views (Mount Rainier is a showstopper) and recreational amenities, like Gas Works Park shown here, make Seattle’s 17-mile Burke-Gilman Trail popular and well loved. The RTC Hall-of-Famer, connecting several communities and the University of Washington, was featured in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue of Rails to Trails magazine.

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.