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I traveled this trail in August and it was a horrible experience. To be honest, it largely had to do with the fact that the trail is uncovered by trees for the majority of the distance and we baked while we were on it despite extensive sunscreen usage. Additionally there were no places to stop along the way to gain... 更多
The Missisiquoi Valley Rail Trail begins in St. Albans and continues to Richford, Vermont. It's a great place to walk, bike, and ski and, while well used, is rarely crowded. The St. Albans section is especially lovely in early spring when the trillium bloom.
I recently took my mountain bike up on the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail to enjoy some pedaling fun in Vermont's winter sunshine without concern for snow plows and cars. Such a great year-round resource.
This is a wonderful place to bike or walk. It's flat and the views go on forever. Since it is out in the open, it can get very hot, so be sure to bring sun protection. Same is true for rain gear. There are few places to hide.
This trail runs from st. albans to Richford, is very flat since it's a former railroad bed, and is finished with a sand-stone surface. It needs some maintenance in places but is still a very nice alternative for hiking or biking on highways, Grass is growing in on the sides because of a lack of timely maintenance. Very well used... 更多
We did the Richford to Enosburg Falls section (10 miles each way) which was close to the Canadian border near Sutton. The trail is very easy riding since it is an old train track. The surface is smooth gravel. It travels through fields and forest. The last 5 miles at the eastern end crosses the highway 7 times which is... 更多
We were a group of 22 bikers and were able to get a shuttle from Saint Albans to the end of the trail in Richford. The trail is really lovely through beautiful farm land - pretty flat with some slight uphills. There was a section where you bike right through cornfields - tall corn on both sides of the trail... 更多
Have been using the rail trail regularly and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding fields and views of the Green Mountains. The trail is well maintained and used a lot by walkers, joggers, and bicycle touring groups. Still walk during the winter too or snow shoe.