With mild temperatures much of the year (those long, hot summers aside) and relatively flat topography across much of the state, Texas can be a great place to ride, walk, or roll along trails. Here is a top 10 list of our favorite trails.
In various rankings, Colorado has been deemed the No. 1 most active state, the second-best state in which to live and the fourth-happiest state overall. Here is a selection of our favorite Colorado trails, a mixture of urban and remote experiences across the Front Range and Rocky Mountains.
With miles of trails to explore and plenty of recreational opportunities, West Virginia is indeed a little slice of heaven for outdoor enthusiasts. Here are 10 of our favorite ways to explore the state.
Here are 10 of our Golden State favorite trails. From a temperate rainforest to an arid desert, California offers a climate for just about everyone. And whether you feel at home along the beach or among the mountains, our country’s most populous state probably has a trail experience tailored for you.
From key steamboat ports to railroad hubs, Missouri has long been at the literal center of transportation in America. This rich railroad history has led to more than 450 miles of rail-trail in the state today, and its powerhouse rivers—like the Missouri and Mississippi—sport miles of scenic greenways. We highlight some of those beloved rail-trails here as well as a few of Missouri’s other multiuse gems.
Check out RTC's list of Pennsylvania's top 10 trail, which travel through major metropolitan areas, by some of America’s most treasured historical and cultural sites, and through the breathtaking wilderness and viewscapes that make the state a premier outdoor destination.
The Sunshine State’s plethora of pathways—including nearly 60 rail-trails—connect travelers to this diverse array of beautiful landscapes and unique communities. Even better, with some of the flattest geography in the United States, these top trails are suitable for just about everyone.