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Trail Moments | BRB—I’m Enjoying the B2B (Border to Boston Trail)!
December 21, 2022
When complete, the Border to Boston (B2B) Trail will span 70 miles from the New Hampshire state line to Massachusetts’ capital and largest city.
The B2B's Old Eastern Marsh Trail at Lion’s Park in Salisbury, Massachusetts | Photo by Chris Roop
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Yearly Routine Rail-Trail Maintenance Costs Per Mile
August 26, 2022
The purpose of this table is to quickly give a general sense of the routine maintenance cost per mile of various types of multiuse trails in different regions of the United States.
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RTC’s 2021 Trail Grants Program Invests $145,000 in Community Projects to Fill Critical Funding Gaps
March 16, 2021
RTC Grant Awards include $60,000 to build on vision for cross-country Great American Rail-Trail™ in honor of the legacy of late trail philanthropist Jeff Doppelt, who passed away in 2021
Montana's Headwaters Trail System | Photo by Scott Stark
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2021 Trail Grants Awardees Support Community Connections On and Off Trails
March 15, 2021
RTC has announced the recipients of its 2021 Trail Grants Program, awarding a total of $145,000 to support 11 trail projects across the country.
Heartland Trail in Ohio | Courtesy Rails-to-Trails of Wayne County
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Top 10 Trails in New Hampshire
February 10, 2021
New Hampshire is an outdoor lover’s dream, with more than 80% of the state covered by trees. Here's a list of top 10 trails in New Hampshire.
Londonderry Rail Trail | Courtesy Londonderry Trailways
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Five Top Trails That Make the Case for America’s Recreational Trails Program
September 21, 2020
Nearly three decades after its inception, the need for the RTP has only intensified as trail development accelerates nationally. The country has increased its number of rail-trails from around 500 to more than 2,200.
Northern Rail Trail | Photo by TrailLink user sc302
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Four Rail-Trails That Are Part of Transformative Environmental Clean-up Projects
April 21, 2020
In honor of Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary this year, Rails to Trails magazine is highlighting four rail-trails that have had a transformative Cinderella story, going from industrial dumping grounds to beloved community assets.
Mineral Belt Trail | Photo by Scott Stark
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New Hampshire’s Londonderry Rail Trail
April 06, 2020
About a 45-mile drive northwest of Boston, the Londonderry Rail Trail in the quaint southern New Hampshire town of Londonderry offers locals a slice of tranquility in an otherwise upside-down world with a 4.5-mile jaunt through verdant forests and wildlife-rich wetlands and along scenic ponds.
Recently completed Cohas section of the Londonderry Rail Trail | Courtesy Londonderry Trailways
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Massachusetts and New Hampshire’s Nashua River Rail Trail
November 08, 2019
New England in autumn is nature’s spectator sport, and a special place to view its riotous colors is the Nashua River Rail Trail, spanning just over 12 miles in Massachusetts and spilling into New Hampshire.
Nashua Rail River Trail | Photo by Milo Bateman