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Kansas’ Flint Hills Trail State Park
November 13, 2018
Nestled into the gentle greens and golds of a vast prairie, rolling under leafy branches arched overhead like cathedral rooftops, and connecting small towns with friendly Midwestern charm, the Flint Hills Trail State Park proves there’s no place like Kansas.
Flint Hills Trail State Park | Photo courtesy Kansas Tourism
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Indiana’s Cardinal Greenway
September 06, 2018
Trail crossing over the White River along the Cardinal Greenway near the McCulloch Riverview Trailhead in Muncie, Indiana | Photo by Tony Valainis
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Georgia’s Augusta Canal Trail
August 13, 2018
Like the fabled yellow brick road, Georgia’s Augusta Canal Trail unfolds with a soft orange hue and unexpected delights with every footstep or turn of the wheel.
View from the Augusta Canal | Photo courtesy Augusta Convention and Visitors Bureau
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These Farm Markets and Gardens Are Inspiring Health on America’s Trails
August 09, 2018
What’s better than a farmers’ market or community garden for providing locally grown food and encouraging good eating? Why, a market or garden next to a trail, of course!
Urban Tilth community garden | Photo courtesy Urban Tilth
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Wyoming’s North Pathway
July 12, 2018
Tucked into Wyoming’s scenic northwestern corner, the North Pathway is what summer vacations are made for. From the charming town of Jackson—the gateway to two national parks—the paved pathway unwinds 20 miles north
North Pathway | Photo by Tim Young
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Vermont’s Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
May 15, 2018
During the pleasant summer months of northern Vermont, the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail offers an extraordinary experience as it journeys through a verdant river valley tucked among the forested slopes of the Green Mountains.
Lamoille Valley Rail Trail | Photo by TrailLink user bobwhite
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Five Rail-Trails Along the Underground Railroad
February 15, 2018
Spanning more than 2,007 miles between Alabama and Canada, the Underground Railroad (UGRR) Bicycle Route, memorializes the network that helped slaves escape to freedom before and during the Civil War.
Mario Brown from the Center for Health Equity at the University of Pittsburgh and Adventure Cycling member George Thomas in front of Bertie Hall, along the Niagara River Recreation Trail in Ontario, Canada, during the 2007 inaugural tour of the Underground Railroad Bicycling Route | Photo by C. Spratling, courtesy Adventure Cycling Association
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Kentucky’s Louisville Loop
February 12, 2018
Louisvillians officially named the Louisville Loop in 2005, but you could argue that trails run in this city’s lifeblood.
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Pennsylvania’s D&L Trail
January 17, 2018
If you’re only planning to take one bike trip this year, eastern Pennsylvania’s D&L Trail is not only at the top of our list, but also ranks in the top 10 most-viewed trails on TrailLink.com by trail users
D&L Trail | Photo courtesy Pocono Biking
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Colorado’s Animas River Trail
November 08, 2017
For walkers and bicyclists along the town’s scenic Animas River Trail, the white-and-gray plumes of steam rising from the old locomotives and the echo of train whistles are common sights and sounds.
Animas River Trail | Photo by Cindy BarksAnimas River Trail | Photo by Cindy Barks