Long-distance trails in the United States

This is a list of notable long-distance trails in the United States, with a minimum length of 30 miles.

The National Trails System includes 11 long-distance National Scenic Trails with distinctive trail markers for each
Name Length Region Endpoint 1 Endpoint 2 Description
mi km
Allegheny Trail 287.8[1] 463 West Virginia Appalachian Trail Mason–Dixon line West Virginia through the Appalachian Mountains and Allegheny Mountains
American Discovery Trail 6,800[2] 10,944 Coast-to-Coast Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware Point Reyes National Seashore, California Passes through Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky (Southern Route), Indiana, Illinois, Iowa (Northern Route), Nebraska (Northern Route), Missouri (Southern Route), Kansas (Southern Route), Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California. The northern route is 4,834 miles and the southern 5,057. [3]
Appalachian Trail 2,189.1 3,523 Appalachian Mountains Georgia Maine passes through North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, and New Hampshire
Arizona Trail 825.2[4] 1,328 Arizona Coronado National Memorial in Hereford, Arizona (at the United StatesMexico border) Stateline Campground, Kanab, Utah Designated a National Scenic Trail in 2009.
Backbone Trail 68 109 Santa Monica Mountains NW of Los Angeles, California Point Mugu State Park Will Rogers State Historic Park traverses Santa Monica Mountains, limited overnight capacity
Baker Trail 132 212 Pennsylvania Allegheny National Forest Allegheny Township A hiking trail in Pennsylvania.
Bartram Trail 153 246 Southeast Appalachian mountains Chattooga River Cheoah Bald connects to the Appalachian and Foothills Trails; traverses Georgia and North Carolina
Batona Trail 49.5 80 New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve Ong's Hat Bass River State Forest Passes through three state parks in the heart of the New Jersey Pine Barrens
Bay Area Ridge Trail 390[5] 628 San Francisco Bay Area circles San Francisco Bay; under development
Bay Circuit Trail & Greenway 230[6] 370 Massachusetts Newbury, Massachusetts Kingston, Massachusetts under construction; will circumnavigate Massachusetts Bay
Benton MacKaye Trail 287.6[7] 463 Southern Appalachian Mountains Springer Mountain in Georgia Big Creek, north of Mount Sterling [8] connects from the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail; traverses Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina. Both endpoints meet with the Appalachian Trail. Together, the two trails form a figure-8 loop.
Bigfoot Trail 356.5[9] 574 Northwest California and southwest Oregon Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Redwood National and State Parks near Crescent City, California
Black Forest Trail 42[10] 68 North-Central Pennsylvania loop near Slate Run, Pennsylvania
Bonneville Shoreline Trail 90 145 Utah circles ancient Lake Bonneville
Border Route Trail 65 105 Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Follows the ridgeline above the chain of lakes along the international border between Minnesota and Ontario, Canada and is known for its dramatic vistas.
Buckeye Trail 1,444 2,324 Ohio Lake Erie at Headlands Beach State Park Eden Park in Cincinnati circles Ohio; many scenic locations, such as the Hocking Hills region and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park; passes through many small historical towns, shares path with American Discovery Trail and North Country Trail
California Coastal Trail 1,200 1,931 California Oregon Mexico more than half complete as of June 2012; within sight, sound, or at least the scent of the sea
Caprock Canyons Trailway 68 109 Texas South Plains Terminal MM Estelline Terminal MM A rail trail in Caprock Canyons State Park 100 miles (160 km) southeast[clarification needed] of Amarillo, Texas Open to hikers, bikers, and horseback riders.
Catamount Trail 300 483 Vermont Readsboro, Vermont Canada–US border in North Troy, Vermont A cross-country skiing trail which crosses the state of Vermont. Parts of the trail are only open in the winter.
Centennial Trail (in the Black Hills of South Dakota) 111[11] 179 South Dakota Wind Cave National Park Bear Butte
Conestoga Trail 63 101 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Horse-Shoe Trail Mason-Dixon Trail A trail that stretches across Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Chief Ladiga Trail 33 53 Alabama Georgia state line Weaver Alabama's longest rails-to-trails project, at the state line it turns into Georgia's Silver Comet Trail
Chilkoot Trail 33 53 Yukon Dyea, Alaska Bennett, British Columbia international historical trail; late 1890s major access route between the coast and Yukon goldfields
C&O Canal Trail 184.5 297 Maryland Cumberland Washington, DC trail is the old towpath for the abandoned Chesapeake and Ohio Canal along the Potomac River
Coast to Crest Trail 70 113 California Pacific Ocean at Del Mar Volcan Mountains near Julian The main east-west trail of the San Dieguito River Park, the trail follows the San Dieguito River from the ocean to the river's source. As of 20121, 66% of the planned 70 miles of trail have been completed.[12]
Cohos Trail 162 261 Northern New Hampshire Notchland, near Crawford Notch State Park Canada–US border at the southern edge of Quebec
Colorado Trail 483 777 Central Colorado Waterton Canyon southwest of Denver Durango completed in 1987; highest point 13,334 ft (4,064 m); most above 10,000 ft (3,000 m); often dips below the alpine timberline
Continental Divide Trail 3,100 4,989 Rocky Mountains Glacier National Park, Montana at the U.S.–Canada border Big Hatchet Mountains, New Mexico at the U.S.–Mexico border on or near the Continental Divide; 70% complete as of 2007; crosses Triple Divide Peak
Corvallis to the Sea Trail 62 100 Western Oregon Corvallis, Oregon Ona Beach eastern half opened September 2017; western half expected to be officially open in two years
Cowboy Trail 195 314 Northern Nebraska Norfolk, Nebraska Valentine, Nebraska started in 1996, a multi-use rail trail. 321 miles (517 km) of former rail right-of-way, if completed may create the longest rail trail.
Cranberry Lake 50 50 80 New York circles the shores of Cranberry Lake in the Northwestern region of the Adirondack Park
Cumberland Trail 175 282 Tennessee trail along the Cumberland Plateau
Des Plaines River Trail 55 89 Northern Illinois Wisconsin state line North Avenue in Melrose Park, Chicago short stretches incomplete
Desert Trail 2,223 3,578 Desert and mountains of the West Jacumba, California Snowy Top, Canada border Traverses the Mojave Desert, Death Valley, the Black Rock Desert, Pueblo Mountains, Blue Mountains, Columbia Plateau, and Selkirk Mountains.
Donut Hole Trail 81 130 Sproul State Forest hiking trail in Pennsylvania
Duncan Ridge Trail 35.5 57 Chattahoochee National Forest Appalachian & Benton MacKaye Trails at Three Forks Appalachian Trail at Slaughter Mountain A National Recreation Trail which forms a 60-mile (97 km) loop in combination with the Appalachian Trail.
East Coast Greenway 3,000 4,828 Eastern U.S. Calais, Maine Key West, Florida 29% complete as of 2013, multi-use path
Eastern Continental Trail 5,400 8,690 Eastern U.S. Key West, Florida Belle Isle, Newfoundland mountain route to Labrador, Canada
Erie Canalway Trail 360 579 New York Buffalo, New York Albany, New York Mostly flat, multi-use trail and on-road segments[13]
Finger Lakes Trail 557.7 898 New York Catskills Western New York Footpath: Main Trail from Allegany State Park to Catskills plus additional six branch trails. Traverses NYS along southern counties. Est. 1962
Flint Hills Nature Trail 117 188 Kansas Osawatomie, Kansas Herington, Kansas Rail-trail in eastern Kansas.
Florida Trail 1,000 1,609 Florida Gulf Islands National Seashore Big Cypress National Preserve up to 1,300 miles (2,100 km) total length is planned; construction began in 1966; designated a National Scenic Trail in 1983
Fonta Flora State Trail 100 161 North Carolina Asheville Morganton Developing hiking and cycling loop trail around Lake James with spurs to Asheville and Morganton.
Foothills Trail 76 122 Appalachian foothills Table Rock State Park Oconee State Park Follows the Blue Ridge Escarpment in South Carolina, and partly in North Carolina.
Fox River Trail (Illinois) 44 71 Northern Illinois Algonquin, Illinois Oswego, Illinois
Gandy Dancer State Trail 98.1[14] 158 Wisconsin and Minnesota St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin Superior, Wisconsin hiking and biking path
George S. Mickelson Trail 108.8 175 South Dakota within the Black Hills
Gerry Connolly Cross County Trail 40.5 65 Fairfax County, Virginia Potomac River, Great Falls, Virginia Occoquan River, Lorton, Virginia Multi-use trail traversing the entire length of Fairfax County, Virginia
Ghost Town Trail 36 58 Western Pennsylvania Ebensburg, Pennsylvania Black Lick, Indiana County A National Recreation Trail in Western Pennsylvania.
Good Water Loop 26.9 43 Texas Georgetown, Texas A loop around Lake Georgetown, maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Grand Enchantment Trail 730 1,175 Southwest desert Phoenix, Arizona Albuquerque, New Mexico east-west mostly wilderness trail
Great Allegheny Passage 150 241 Northeast A rail trail in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Great Eastern Trail 1,600 2,575 Eastern U.S. New York Alabama in development with portions open
Great Miami River Trail 76[15] 122 Ohio Franklin, Ohio Piqua, Ohio multi-use path along the Great Miami River
Great River Trail 60 97 Northern Illinois Rock Island, Illinois Savanna, Illinois in development with most open
Great Western Loop 6,875 11,064 Western United States Grand Canyon Grand Canyon loop of the U.S. west combining the Pacific Crest Trail, Pacific Northwest Trail, Continental Divide Trail and other trails.[16]
Great Western Trail 4,455 7,170 Western Rockies Canada Mexico passes through Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming
Great Western Trail (Illinois) 92 148 Illinois, Iowa mostly rails to trails conversion
Green Bay TrailRobert McClory Trail–Kenosha County Bike Path 36 58 Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois Wilmette, Illinois Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
Greenstone Ridge Trail 40 64 Isle Royale National Park Windigo Ranger Station Rock Harbor, Michigan Backbone trail of Isle Royale
Hayduke Trail 812 1,307 Utah and Arizona route in Utah and Arizona, linking Zion, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches National Parks
Hennepin Canal Parkway 105 169 Northern Illinois Bureau Junction, Illinois Colona, Illinois
Hickory Nut Gorge State Trail 130 209 North Carolina Developing figure-8 loop trail around Hickory Nut Gorge and Lake Lure.
High Country Pathway 70[17] 113 Michigan Loop through the Pigeon River Country State Forest near Vanderbilt, Michigan
High Line Canal Trail 58 93 Colorado Waterton Canyon, Chatfield State Park Aurora, Colorado Mostly unpaved trail along the High Line Canal waterway through metropolitan Denver, Colorado
High Sierra Trail 61.5 99 California Crescent Meadow in Sequoia National Park Mount Whitney
Highlands Trail 125.6[18] 202 New York and New Jersey Storm King Mountain Delaware Water Gap
Highline National Recreation Trail 54.8 88 Arizona Pine, Arizona Close to where Arizona State Route 260 intersects Mogollon Rim Historic trail established in the late 1800s to link various homesteads and ranches below the Mogollon Rim.
Horse Shoe Trail 140 225 Southeastern Pennsylvania Valley Forge Appalachian Trail near Harrisburg
Ice Age Trail 1,200 1,931 Wisconsin Potawatomi State Park Interstate Park generally follows end moraine of the last ice age
Idaho Centennial Trail 883 1,421 Idaho near Murphy Hot Springs Upper Priest Falls Traverses large wilderness areas
Iditarod Trail 1,025 1,650 Alaskan wilderness Seward Nome famous dog sledding race; route alternates each year
Illinois & Michigan Canal Trail 69 111 Northern Illinois Peru, Illinois Romeoville, Illinois
Illinois Prairie Path 61 98 Illinois Wheaton second of 27 new National Trails, consists of three radials
International Appalachian Trail 1,900 3,058 Northeastern North America Mount Katahdin, Maine Newfoundland from the northern terminus of Appalachian Trail; proposals pending to extend to Europe and North Africa
Iron Horse Regional Trail 40 64 San Francisco Bay Area Concord, California Pleasanton, California The completed Iron Horse Regional Trail will span the distance from Livermore to Suisun Bay in Contra Costa County, a distance of 55 miles, connecting two counties and 12 cities.
Iron Mountain Trail 58 93 NE Tennessee and Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, Virginia Appalachian Trail at Cross Road Mountain, Tennessee Northwest of Fries, Virginia Transverses the Iron Mountains; most of the route was part of the Appalachian Trail prior to 1972. Many sections are open to bikes and equestrians.
John Muir Trail 211 340 California Sierra Nevada Yosemite Valley Mount Whitney
Jordan River Trail 40 64 Utah Great Salt Lake Utah Lake winds through city parks and residential areas, mostly paved; an unpaved extension continues another ~26 miles north
Katy Trail 240 386 Missouri crosses the state
Kekekabic Trail 41 66 Superior National Forest, Minnesota Snowbank Lake Rd near Ely, MN Gunflint Trail near Grand Marais, MN A rugged footpath that crosses through the heart of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Kettle Crest Trail 44 71 Northeast Washington Deer Creek Summit Trailhead on Boulder Highway between Curlew and Orient, WA. White Mountain Trailhead near Kettle Falls, WA. A National Recreation Trail that is now a part of the Pacific Northwest Trail. It follows the crest of the Kettle Range Mountains and features a half-dozen of some of eastern Washington's highest peaks in one of the wildest unprotected areas in the region.
Knobstone Trail 58 93 Southern Indiana The Knobstone Trail (KT) is Indiana's longest footpath – a 60-mile backcountry-hiking trail passing through Clark State Forest, Elk Creek Public Fishing Area, and Jackson-Washington State Forest. These state resource properties contain more than 42,000 acres of rugged, forested land in Clark, Scott and Washington counties in southern Indiana. The trail extends from Deam Lake, just north of State Road 60 in Clark County, to Delaney Park, just east of S.R. 135 in Washington County. The initial 32-mile segment of the trail was opened in 1980.[19]
Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail 109 175 Florida part of the Florida Trail
Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail 70 113 Southwestern Pennsylvania trail in the Laurel Highlands area
Little Miami Scenic Trail 74.9 121 Miami Valley in Ohio Springfield, Ohio Newtown, Ohio Entirely paved trail along the Little Miami River; almost entirely off-road. Continues an additional 32 miles (51 km) north to Bellefontaine as the Simon Kenton Trail.
Lone Star Hiking Trail 96 154 Texas A few miles East of Richards, Texas A few miles Northwest of Cleveland, Texas Traverses east/west through the Sam Houston National Forest north of Houston. A series of intersecting loop trails bring total potential mileage to 132. Heavily forested throughout, the trail skirts many developed areas, and contains a number of road walks (some several miles long) connecting sections of the trail. Trail is blazed, well signed, and regularly maintained along the entire length.
Long Path 347.4 559 New York + New Jersey George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, New Jersey Altamont, New York (Albany)
Long Trail 272 438 Vermont Massachusetts Canada A footpath in the Wilderness begun in 1910 and completed in the 1930s. The Long Trail spans the length of Vermont, following the spine of the Green Mountains. Typical hiking time is 2 to 4 weeks.
Loowit Trail 32 51 Washington The Loowit Trail loop circumambulates Mount St. Helens within the National Volcanic Monument.
Loyalsock Trail 59.2 95 North Central Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Route 87, 10 mi (16 km) north of Montoursville Meade Road, 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from U.S. Route 220, just north of Laporte Hiking trail that runs parallel to Lycoming Creek. The trail is maintained by the Alpine Club of Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Maah Daah Hey Trail 144 232 North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt National Park the longest continuous single track mountain biking trail in America
Mason-Dixon Trail 190 306 Pennsylvania Appalachian Trail at Whiskey Springs, Pennsylvania Brandywine Creek at Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
Massanutten Trail 71 114 George Washington National Forest Large loop trail in Central Virginia; National Recreation Trail.
Mattabesett Trail 57 92 South-Central Connecticut
Metacomet-Monadnock Trail 114 183 New Hampshire Metacomet Trail on the Massachusetts-Connecticut state line Mount Monadnock
Michigan Shore-to-Shore Trail 220 354 Michigan Lake Michigan Lake Huron
Midstate Trail (Massachusetts) 92 148 Massachusetts Worcester County, central Massachusetts
Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway 50 80 Southwest New Hampshire Mount Monadnock Mount Sunapee
Mountains-to-Sea Trail 1,000 1,609 North Carolina Clingman's Dome, Great Smoky Mountains Jockey's Ridge, Outer Banks about 530 miles (850 km) complete as of 2011; follows the Appalachian Trail for 3.4 miles (5.5 km)
Natchez Trace Trail 440 708 Southeastern U.S. Tennessee Mississippi disjoint trail; 62 miles (100 km) complete; not planned to be connected
New England Trail 233 375 Connecticut and Massachusetts Guilford, Connecticut New Hampshire border includes most of the Metacomet-Monadnock Trail, Mattabesett Trail and Metacomet Trail; designated as NST in 2009
New River Trail State Park 57 92 Southern Virginia Pulaski, Virginia Fries, Virginia & Galax, Virginia A rail trail, with three end points, following the New River and one of its tributaries.
North–South Trail (KY/TN) 59 95 Kentucky/Tennessee near Grand Rivers, Kentucky near Dover, Tennessee Hiking trail running the length of the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Terrain ranges from easy to moderate. Great lake views in the north and deeper woodlands in the south. Camping shelters every 10–12 miles; off-trail backcountry camping allowed with free permit (obtained at the North Welcome Station, Golden Pond Visitor Center, or the South Welcome Station). Many sites of historical interest on or near the trail.
North-South Trail (RI) 77 124 Rhode Island Blue Shutters Beach, Charlestown, Rhode Island Massachusetts border, Burrillville, Rhode Island A hiking trail that runs the length of Rhode Island from the Atlantic Ocean in Charlestown to the Massachusetts border in Burrillville, Rhode Island where it connects to the Mid-State Trail.
North Country Trail 4,600 7,403 Northern United States Crown Point, New York Lake Sakakawea State Park, North Dakota A diverse footpath crossing the prairies of North Dakota; the Northwoods of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan; rural farm country of southern Michigan and western Ohio; and the rugged Allegheny Plateau of eastern Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York; and finally the Finger Lakes region and Adirondacks of New York.
North Umpqua Trail 79 127 Southern Oregon follows the Umpqua River; 11 segments mostly in undeveloped forest
Northeast Texas Trail 132 212 Texas Farmersville, Texas (NE of Dallas) New Boston, Texas incomplete rail to trail conversion which passes through seven rural Texas counties and 19 towns, mostly east-west. There are overgrown and illegally fenced off sections.[20][21][22]
Northern Forest Canoe Trail 740 1,191 Northeastern United States Old Forge, NY Fort Kent, ME Water trail through New York, Vermont, Quebec, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Northern Peaks State Trail 40 64 North Carolina Boone Mount Jefferson State Natural Area Planned hiking trail which will connect several mountain peaks in North-western North Carolina.
Northville-Placid Trail 138.4[23] 223 New York Northville Lake Placid North-south low-elevation trail through the Adirondack Park (begin 1922, completed 1924).
OC&E Woods Line State Trail 105 169 Oregon Klamath Falls Thompson Reservoir a rail trail and Oregon State Park
Ocean to Lake Trail 63 101 Florida Hobe Sound Beach on the Atlantic Ocean Lake Okeechobee The Ocean to Lake Hiking Trail (OTLHT) runs approx 63 miles west from Hobe Sound Beach to Lake Okeechobee where it ends at the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail (LOST) trail head.
Ohio to Erie Trail 318 512 Ohio Cincinnati on the Ohio River Cleveland Incorporates numerous rail trails and roads
Olympic Discovery Trail 120 193 Washington state's Olympic Peninsula Port Townsend La Push about 40 miles (64 km) complete as of 2011 with the remainder traversable using public roads
Oregon Coast Trail 362 583 Oregon North Oregon coast at South Jetty Brookings entire Pacific coast of Oregon
Oregon Desert Trail 750 1,207 Oregon Oregon Badlands Wilderness Lake Owyhee State Park under development as of summer 2013, though no trail needs to be built: uses existing trails and public lands
Oregon Skyline Trail 428 689 Oregon Washington state California established in 1920, incorporated into Pacific Crest Trail in 1968; follows Cascades backbone
Ouachita National Recreation Trail 223 359 Arkansas and Oklahoma longest trail in Ouachita National Forest
Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail 214 344 Southeastern United States Abingdon, Virginia & Elkin, North Carolina Kings Mountain National Military Park Y-shaped trail commemorating the historic route of the Overmountain Men.
Ozark Highlands Trail 218 351 Arkansas through the Ozark National Forest
Ozark Trail 350 563 Missouri
Pacific Crest Trail 2,654 4,271 West Coast Mexico Canada traverses Sierra Nevada and the Cascade Range paralleling the Pacific Ocean in California, Oregon and Washington
Pacific Northwest Trail 1,200 1,931 Pacific Northwest Chief Mountain Border Station, Glacier National Park, Montana Cape Alava, Olympic National Park, Washington Designated a National Scenic Trail in 2009.
Palmetto Trail 425 684 South Carolina Charleston Southern Appalachians 225 contiguous miles 362 km complete
Paumanok Path 125 201 Long Island, New York Rocky Point Montauk Point Only long-distance trail in the Long Island Central Pine Barrens
Pend Oreille River Water Trail 70 113 Pend Oreille County, Washington Oldtown, Idaho Boundary Dam, Washington This water trail traverses the Pend Oreille River, one of the few rivers in the US that flows north. The trail goes from the Washington/Idaho border through several communities, the Kalispel Indian Reservation, through rural Pend Oreille County, north to waterfalls, a 10-mile canyon, and opportunities to see wildlife.
Pennsylvania Mid State Trail 327 526 Pennsylvania Maryland New York traverses width of state
Pinhoti Trail 335 539 Alabama and Georgia Benton MacKaye Trail Flagg Mountain near Weogulfa, Alabama Connects the Appalachian Trail to the southernmost mountain of the Appalachian Mountain chain that is over 1,000 feet (300 m) in elevation.
Potomac Heritage Trail 830 1,336 mid-northeastern U.S. incomplete; trail network within Potomac River basin
Quehanna Trail 74 119 Pennsylvania loop trail through Moshannon State Forest and Elk State Forest in North-Central Pennsylvania
Rachel Carson Trail 45.7 74 Pennsylvania Harrison Hills Park North Park (Pittsburgh) Trail stretches across the northern section of Allegheny County in Western Pennsylvania with views of the Allegheny River
River to River Trail 162 261 Southern Illinois Ohio River Mississippi River Stretches through Shawnee National Forest. It forms part of the Southern Section of the American Discovery Trail.
Robert Frost Trail 47 76 Massachusetts Connecticut River Valley
Rock Island Trail (Illinois) 32 51 Central Illinois Peoria, Illinois Toulon, Illinois
Rock Island Trail (Missouri) 47 76 Western Missouri Pleasant Hill, Missouri Windsor, Missouri
San Diego Trans County Trail 160 257 California Salton Sea Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve The Salton Sea to Torrey Pines Beach; Route – under development.
San Francisco Bay Trail 500 805 San Francisco Bay Area encircles shoreline of San Francisco Bay; under development
San Joaquin River Trail 73 117 Central California Friant Dam to Devils Postpile in the High Sierra Nevada Mountain Range; under development
September 11th National Memorial Trail 1,000 1,609 Mid-Atlantic states connecting the World Trade Center, Flight 93 and Pentagon memorials; under development
Sheltowee Trace Trail 333 536 Kentucky Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area Rowan County, Kentucky Daniel Boone National Forest
Sierra High Route 195 314 California within Kings Canyon National Park, Inyo National Forest, and Yosemite National Park
Silver Comet Trail 61.5 99 western Georgia Smyrna, Georgia Georgia/Alabama state line near Cedartown, Georgia paved rails-to-trails project that connects to Alabama's Chief Ladiga Trail
Silver Moccasin Trail 53 85 Southern California Angeles National Forest, California Thru-hike from Chantry Flat near Arcadia to Vincent Gap near Wrightwood, California. The trail is common with the Pacific Crest Trail from Three Points to Vincent Gap and passes over Mount Baden-Powell.
Solitude Loop Trail 55.2 89 Wyoming Bighorn National Forest Wyoming loop trail beginning and ending at Coffeen Park Trail #592 parts run through the Cloud Peak Wilderness
Standing Stone Trail 71 114 Pennsylvania Greenwood Furnace State Park near McAlevys Fort, Pennsylvania Tuscarora Trail in Buchanan State Forest Connects the Mid State and Tuscarora Trails. Known as the Link Trail until 2007.
Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway 75 121 West Central New Hampshire Loop trail encircling the Kearsarge–Lake Sunapee region including Mount Sunapee
Superior Hiking Trail 310 499 Minnesota Wisconsin border east of Jay Cooke State Park 270 Degree Overlook at the Canada–US border follows north shore of Lake Superior
Susquehannock Trail System 85 137 North Central Pennsylvania trail loop in the Susquehannock State Forest
Tahoe Rim Trail 165 266 California + Nevada loop trail surrounding Lake Tahoe
Tahoe–Yosemite Trail 180 290 California Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite Lake Tahoe
Tecumseh Trail 38.2 61 Indiana Morgan Monroe State Forest Monroe Reservoir
Theodore Solomons Trail 271 436 California Glacier Point Horseshoe Meadows parallel alternate to the John Muir Trail, laying lower and further west
Timberline Trail 40.7 66 Oregon loops around Mount Hood, almost completely in wilderness
Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes 73 117 Idaho Mullan, Idaho Plummer, Idaho rail trail along abandoned Union Pacific right-of-way
Trans-Catalina Trail 38.5 62 California Avalon Two Harbors, California Traverses the length of Santa Catalina Island
Tunnel Hill State Trail 48 77 Southern Illinois Harrisburg, Illinois Karnak, Illinois
Tuscarora Trail 252 406 Appalachians parallels to the west the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia
Uinta Highline Trail 104 167 Utah Hayden Pass, Utah Route 150 McKee Draw, U.S. Route 191 Follows the mountain ridges including Utah's highest mountain, Kings Peak; traverses the High Uintas Wilderness.
Uwharrie Trail 40 64 Central North Carolina Randolph County, North Carolina Montgomery County, North Carolina Original trail has been fragmented. Through hike requires a few miles of walking on country roads. Reconnection efforts are underway.
Virginia Creeper Trail 35 56 Southwest Virginia Abingdon, Virginia Whitetop, Virginia near the Appalachian Trail; multi use rail trail
Virginia Highlands Horse Trail 67 108 Mount Rogers National Recreation Area Elk Garden New River Trail State Park Multi-use trail that crosses the Appalachian Trail as it transverses Mount Rogers National Recreation Area.
Wabash Cannonball Trail 63 101 Ohio Montpelier near Liberty, Ohio rail to trail conversion in northwestern Ohio; partially complete in 2012; two forks meet in Maumee[24]
Warrior Trail 67 108 Pennsylvania and West Virginia Monongahela River at Greensboro, Pennsylvania Ohio River south of Moundsville, West Virginia A hiking trail entirely on private property
Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail 44.7 72 Northern Virginia Shirlington, Virginia Purcellville, Virginia A rail trail in Northern Virginia.
Waterloo-Pinckney Trail 36 58 Michigan Big Portage Lake Silver Lake Lower Peninsula and the closest city is Chelsea, Michigan
Wild Azalea Trail 31 50 Louisiana Woodworth, Louisiana Valentine Lake Recreation Area Biking and hiking trail through the Calcasieu Ranger District.
Wilderness Gateway State Trail 117 188 North Carolina Hickory Nut Gorge State Trail Newton, North Carolina Planned trail connecting the Hickory Nut Gorge to South Mountains State Park, Valdese and Hickory.
Willard Munger State Trail 63 101 Northern Minnesota Hinckley, Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota A rail trail in Minnesota
West Rim Trail 30.5 49 North Central Pennsylvania On Colton Road 0.5 miles (0.8 km) south of U.S. Route 6, near the village of Ansonia Pennsylvania Route 414, 1.8 miles (2.9 km) south of the village of Blackwell Long-distance trail that follows the western edge of Pine Creek Gorge.
Wonderland Trail 93 150 Washington loop around Mount Rainier in Washington

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Allegheny Trail Info". West Virginia Scenic Trails Association. 2021-01-24. Retrieved 2021-01-24The Allegheny Trail is a 288-mile north-south trail with its northern terminus on the Mason-Dixon Line at the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border near Bruceton Mills.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  2. ^ "American Discovery Trail". American Discovery Trail Society. 2021-01-24. Retrieved 2021-01-24Its 6,800+ miles of continuous, multi-use trail stretches from Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware, to Pt. Reyes National Seashore, California.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  3. ^ "The Trail". American Discovery Trail Society. 2021-01-24. Retrieved 2021-01-24The northern route is 4,834 miles and the southern 5,057 miles.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  4. ^ "Passages – Explore the Arizona Trail". aztrail.org. 2020-08-22. Retrieved 2020-08-22The 825.2 total miles is the sum of the individual passage lengths from the Arizona Trail Association web site.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  5. ^ "Bay Area Ridge Trail Home". Bay Area Ridge Trail Council. Retrieved 2021-01-24The Ridge Trail circles the Bay with 390 miles (and growing) of adventures.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  6. ^ "About the Bay Circuit Trail & Greenway". Bay Circuit Alliance. Retrieved 2021-01-24More than 230 miles of multi-use, passive recreational trail have now been dedicated, thanks to the contributions of hundreds of volunteers in 37 cooperating towns.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  7. ^ "Vital Trail Information". Benton MacKaye Trail Association. Retrieved 2021-01-24"Current official length is 287.6."CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  8. ^ "Discover the Trail". Benton MacKaye Trail Association. Retrieved 2021-01-24. ... climbing to the top of Mount Sterling [...] and then descending to Big Creek – the trail’s northern terminus.
  9. ^ "Bigfoot Trail Interactive Map". Bigfoot Trail Association. Retrieved 2021-01-24"Click on trail to reveal that the official length is 356.51 miles."CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  10. ^ "Tiadaghton Hiking". Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Retrieved 2021-01-24. The Black Forest Trail is a 42-mile hiking trail built by the DCNR Bureau of Forestry.
  11. ^ "Centennial Trail in the Black Hills of South Dakota" (PDF). gfp.sd.gov. 2010-04-28. Retrieved 2021-01-24The 111 miles is on page two of the referenced brochure.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  12. ^ "Coast to Crest Trail Status". San Dieguito River Park – Preserving and interpreting the natural and cultural resources of the San Dieguito River Valley. San Dieguito River Park. Retrieved 2021-01-24.
  13. ^ "Fast Facts". Parks & Trails New York. Parks & Trails New York. Retrieved 23 August 2020. mostly flat, multi-use trail and on-road segments
  14. ^ "Gandy Dancer State Trail Map". burnettcounty.com. 2020-08-22. Retrieved 2021-01-24The 98.1 total miles is the sum of the individual passage lengths from the referenced trail map.CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  15. ^ "Great Miami River Trail Summary". Miami Valley Trails. Retrieved 2021-01-24"57 miles, plus 19 miles total for Middletown and Hamilton segments."CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  16. ^ "Great Western Loop". Andrew Skurka. Retrieved 2011-07-13.
  17. ^ "High Country Pathway". State of Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Retrieved 2021-01-24"The High Country Pathway is a 70 mile Loop trail system that runs from Pigeon River Country through Montmorency, Otsego, Atlanta, Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties."CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  18. ^ "Highlands Trail Guide". New York–New Jersey Trail Conference. Retrieved 2021-01-24"The 125.57 total miles is the sum of the individual section lengths from the Highlands Trail Guide trail map on the web site."CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  19. ^ "DNR: Knobstone Trail: About". www.in.gov.
  20. ^ Pitchford, Joseph (December 31, 2012). "Blazing the Northeast Texas Trail". Retrieved 2013-11-08.
  21. ^ "Trail Conditions". Retrieved 2013-11-08.
  22. ^ "Discover the Northeast Texas Trail – 130 mile Rails to Trails conversion ~ Dallas NW". Retrieved 2013-11-08.
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  24. ^ "Welcome to". Wabash Cannonball Trail. 1994-03-24. Retrieved 2015-06-09.

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