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Top 15 Unique Trails for Runners
June 11, 2024
Here’s a list of unique trails for runners around the country, combining scenery with interesting features.
Missouri's St. Louis Riverfront Trail | Photo courtesy Great Rivers Greenway
The Joy of Celebrating Trails Day 2024
May 14, 2024
Celebrate Trails Day 2024 was celebrated in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico. Our partners planned more than 240 celebrations.
Bronzeville Trail Task Force, Major Taylor Bike Club & The Misfits Cycling Club riding Chicago's Major Taylor Trail | Photo by Douglas Monieson
Nevada’s River Mountains Loop Trail
May 05, 2023
The River Mountains Loop Trail (RMLT) is a 35-mile paved path that zips through a wild fusion of landscapes—mountains, desert and lake views.
View of Lake Mead along the River Mountains Loop Trail | Photo by John Holman
Travels Through Time on the Tahoe-Pyramid Trail
February 13, 2023
The bi-state Tahoe-Pyramid Trail (TPT) intersects some of the richest histories that have shaped the West as it follows the Truckee River on its developing 114-mile journey from the Lake Tahoe shoreline in California to Nevada’s Pyramid Lake. Here we showcase some of the diverse historical events trail users can learn about along the way
Photo by Helena Guglielmino
Top 10 Trails in Nevada
December 09, 2021
Trails in Nevada provide opportunities to easily navigate through the urban footprint ultimately finding peace in the wide-open spaces.
Nevada's Historic Railroad Trail | Photo by Traillink User gayinspandex
A View From … The Historic Railroad Trail in Nevada
July 28, 2020
Between the fascinating railroad history and the stellar Lake Mead views, the Historic Railroad Trail in southern Nevada in Clark County packs quite a punch into its 3.7-mile route.
As a former train route, the Historic Railroad Trail is mostly flat along its 3.7-mile route. The flat terrain makes the trail a popular spot for people of all fitness levels. | Photo by Cindy Barks
Greet the New Rail-Trails of 2019
December 16, 2019
Today, more than 24,000 miles of completed rail-trails traverse the nation, often serving as backbones for regional trail systems that are transforming the places where we live, work and play. Here are just a few of the exciting new rail-trails added to the ranks in 2019.
Encinitas Coastal Rail Trail | Photo courtesy San Diego Association of Governments
50 Great Rail-Trails in 50 States
July 18, 2019
Here are snapshots of our favorite rail-trail experiences from all 50 states—demonstrating the beauty and geography our country is known for.
Wyoming’s Medicine Bow Rail Trail passes through large stands of lodgepole, spruce, fir and aspen; traverses meadows of grass and sagebrush; crosses numerous streams; and skirts dozens of swamps, bogs, ponds and lakes. Photo by Amber Travsky.
Nevada’s Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail
April 10, 2015
Already in place is the 13.4-mile Lower Las Vegas Wash Trail, which comprises the trail network’s eastern arc and is always a sure bet with beautiful parks, desert landscapes and vistas of the rugged mountains that ring the valley.
Photo by Scott Hagan | Courtesy Clark County, Nevada