Rail-Trails Trails in Virginia
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Rail-Trails Trails in Virginia

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2 - 57 mi
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Virginia has 14 rail-trails trails. These trails range from 2.3 to 57 miles in length. The most popular trails are New River Trail State Park, Virginia Creeper National Recreational Trail and Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Trail. Trails.com member Carey C. recently completed Cape Henry Trail (Main Trail).
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New River Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Galax City, Wythe County, Grayson County, ...
Virginia Creeper Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Washington County and Grayson ...
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Montgomery County, Maryland. ...
Cape Henry Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It is within ...
This absolutely gorgeous trail winds through plush pastures, quiet neighborhoods, and ...
Washington & Old Dominion Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Falls Church City, ...
This wide dirt trail travels around a forested lake in the heart of suburbia—a not-so-secret ...
Situated along the Cross Country Trail, Lake Accotink Park has a 4-mile, natural-surface ...
Beginning amid the capital’s suburban sprawl, the ever popular W&OD Trail heads west through ...
Beginning atop Whitetop Mountain, this spellbinding trail zips down the wild mountainside, ...
Following one of the world’s oldest rivers, the spectacular New River Trail—a linear state ...
Vaunting high rock bluffs, cascading waters, and hardwood forest, this rail-trail follows ...
This genteel trail along the Maury River features spectacular limestone cliffs, riots ...
The Cape Henry Trail winds through First Landing/Seashore State Park to Virginia Beach’s ...
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