Biking & Bike Trails in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom

Bring your bicycle and ride through the Northeast Kingdom’s pretty towns and lush wilderness. Whether you’re more of an urban explorer or an off-road mountain biker, there are trails – and segments of trails – that suit your preferences throughout the NEK. Wear a helmet and reflective gear, and if you’re out in the woods, be sure to bring the proper safety and navigation equipment.
Newport Waterfront Bike Path - Discover Newport, VT
Discover Newport Vermont

Newport Waterfront Recreation Path

The Newport Waterfront Recreation Path, located on Lake Memphremagog, is a great trail that visitors of all ages can enjoy. This waterfront recreation path is great for biking as well as walking, running, birdwatching or just exploring nature. The Path starts at the Gateway Center/City Docks downtown and follows the lakefront through Pomerleau Park, across the old railroad bridge, in front of the Waterfront Plaza to Prouty Beach, across the new connector bridge onto Bluffside Farm, and eventually connects to the Beebe Spur Rail Trail that hugs the eastern lakeshore of Memphremagog five miles to the Canadian Border. Maps of the trail are available at downtown businesses and the Information Center at the entrance to Gardner Park, and also on DiscoverNewportVT.com.
Lamoille Valley Rail Trail in Vermont
Lamoille Valley Rail Trail

Following Route 2 and Lamoille River St. Johnsbury to West Danville, VT Phone:

At 93 miles in length, the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail crosses northern Vermont from the Connecticut River Valley to Lake Champlain. This trail is open and in use in all four seasons of the year. The full trail falls into two major sections: Phase 1A runs 15 miles through forests and past farm from St. Johnsbury to Joe’s Pond in West Danville, and Phase 1B covers 17 miles and follows the Lamoille River from Morrisville through Hyde Park and Johnson, linking to Cambridge Greenway and moving on to Jeffersonville. - Full Trail Map