TrailLink is the ultimate trail-finder app to help you stay active and get outdoors. Enjoy full-length trail descriptions, reviews, photos, and detailed trail maps not found anywhere else!
Discover amazing trails near you that are perfect for cycling, jogging, walking, workouts and more. Explore over 40,000 miles of multi-use trails in the US, all carefully curated for quality.
Want to get started biking, walking trails or jogging? Subscribe to TrailLink Unlimited for detailed offline trail maps, plus tens of thousands of trail amenity waypoints.
Find walking trails with exercise stations, biking trails with great views and much more. Find fitness anywhere you walk or ride with the best trails near you.
Empower your next on-the-trail adventures, whether you’re hiking, biking, jogging or walking.
TrailLink is powered by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) expert trails database which offers unique trail-finder functionality. Plus, TrailLink Unlimited lets you search Google Places for easy access to trail-side businesses.
Rails-to-Trails Conservancy's GIS mapping initiatives have produced more than 40,000 miles of highly accurate trail maps. Download trail maps and access them any time, then share your trail photos and trips with friends.
Take TrailLink with you today and let Rails-to-Trails Conservancy be your expert guide out on the trail. Try it out today and register to get your first map for free!
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• Discover the joys out the outdoors with scenic walking and biking trails near you.
• Get outside and get in shape whether you’re a beginner or an outdoor enthusiast.
• Search for trails near you or by location
• Search for trails on the map
• Search for Google Places on the map
• Download trail maps for offline use
• Find the best trails for jogging, walking or biking
TRAILS FOR ALL TRIPS
• Find trails for jogging
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• Hiking trails
• And more!
• Read RTC's expert trail descriptions
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• Upload trail photos
• Share trails with friends
TRAIL DIRECTIONS & INFORMATION
• See your location on the trail
• Generate driving directions
• Amenity waypoints like exercise stations, trailheads, tunnels and drinking fountains
• Find restrooms, parking & much more
• Sync your account with TrailLink's website
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Download the TrailLink app today and let RTC guide your way!
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Ratings and Reviews
Lamoille Trail like heaven
Just came back from two days of doing about 65% of the Lamoille Trail. First day we basically went from Morrisville where we were staying to. Hardwick had a nice little breakfast there and rode back in the most hellacious thunder and lightning storm that we’ve ever drove through, there is a saying that whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger well we’re basically super humans now because there was lightning flashes and thunder when we were on steel bridges, but yet the trail held up marvelously considering the huge huge amounts of rain that were just pouring down at one point I couldn’t even see it was so much so this is basically a very positive review for that. The next day I have a good fortune of having a cousin that lives in Saint Albans, so we went from Morrisville to Sheldon Junction and then took the trails into Saint Albans that was about 45 miles and it was a beautiful day after the drenching rain this trail was in great shape. Bravo.
Newest Update resolves previous issues
I love TrailLink. It is my go to resource for finding new trails in new locations. The app allows me to find suitable trails for my road bike, and then helps me easily navigate to them. The maps, trail info, and reviews are extremely valuable to me.
It will still take me a little more time to get used to the new UI, but the developer seems to have fixed the problems I previously had. Thanks, TrailLink, for reaching out to me and working to make the app awesome again.
******** previous review: Most of my favorite functionality is gone in the new update. I hate that I can no longer “redo search in this area” to search for trails in the area I have showing on the map. I am a truck driver and pretty much search for new trails every day, depending on where I happen to be that day.
The search location screen is disastrous. If I try to tap one of the autofill suggestions, entirely different cities and states are filled in. I also hate that I can no longer just scroll around the map and see all the trails in the country.
I know, with new updates it takes a while to get the wrinkles ironed out. I have faith the developers will fix these problems. Hopefully soon, as this is one of my most often used apps! *******end of previous review
Developer Response ,
Hi, it would be helpful if you could contact us at email@example.com so we can take a closer look at what you're running into. There now is a "Search this area" button on the Nearby Trails Screen in version 2.0.4 and we have Nearby Trails map layer option on the map screen. We'll look into adding the "Search this area" option to the individual map screen as well. Thanks!
Hi there, we just released version 2.0.4 today which added the "Search this area" functionality back to the nearby trails screen, so you can zoom into any area on the map again to search for trails! We are also working on making improvement to the auto-complete search which will be added in an upcoming release. Thanks for your feedback as we try to make the app better with each release!
Better than we expected
Gorgeous with interesting historical component with commentary about Lewis and Clark journey. Close to shore and pounding waves yet accessible to a commercial area if you want to buy lunch. Some sharp blind curves with tall salt grasses that hide oncoming bikes and peds. Ideal for moderately paced, low stress rides.
We parked at Beard’s Hollow trailhead and accidentally started over the wooden bridge and up the dirt path. Steep and slippery. Ideal for MTB but not our gravel bikes. When we came back to the parking lot we chose the asphalt trail which featured a relatively flat asphalt surface through the tall grasses and pines. After riding to the end of the trail (Lewis & Clark carved tree) we rode back through Beards Hollow parking lot and cycled up to the North Head lighthouse. Great spin through a dense forest. Well designed and maintained trail.
If we lived here, we’d do this trail ALOT.
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