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Find a path less traveled

Friday, May 8, 2020 by Rachel Culley

If you’ve been out on a trail recently, you’ve probably noticed more people walking, running, and biking than normal. With physical distancing guidelines looking likely to stay in place for the foreseeable future, now is a great time to explore a less traveled path. Tri-State Trails can help you out with our interactive trail map!

With help from our partners, we’ve compiled a (mostly) comprehensive listing of the region’s existing paved multi-use paths, on-road bike facilities, and natural surface trails. There’s a legend in the top left corner of the map you can toggle to explore layers in the map. You can also click on any feature of the map to find more information about it.

To help you plan ahead for your next adventure, we’ve recently added points for parking and amenities like restrooms, water fountains, picnic areas, and benches. You have to zoom in a bit for these to pop up. Please note: some trail managers have closed trail amenities due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our trail map is a living document and is constantly being updated for accuracy. Did you notice something missing from our inventory? You can help us! Take a GPS tagged photo on your phone and email it to us. Here’s how to enable GPS location on your phone camera for iPhone and Android.

Stay safe, and we’ll see you on the trail!

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