Great Bike Trails Across America

Explore the TrailHub network of trails! In roughly east-to-west order:

 New York's  Erie Canalway bike trail runs from Buffalo to Albany, crossing most of upstate New York.  The 350-mile Erie Canalway path is part of New York's ambitious Empire State Trail project, which connects the state with over 750 miles of trails, from New York City to the Canandian border and from Albany to Buffalo.

    The historic C&O Canal Towpath Trail in Maryland runs 185 miles from Washington DC to Cumberland Maryland, along the banks of the Potomac River. This website also includes the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP), which runs through Pennsylvania from Cumberland MD to Pittsburgh.  End-to-end, the C&O and GAP enable you to ride 335 miles from Pittsburgh to Washington DC.

  The Silver Comet Trail in Georgia connects up with the Chief Ladiga Trail in Alabama, giving you nearly 100 miles of scenic paved trail.

 In Illinois, the I&M Canal Trail follows the I&M Canal from the Chicago/Joliet area west for over 80 miles.  This trail is part of the Great American Rail-Trail, a 3700-mile bike route crossing the United States from Washington DC to Seattle.

 Also in Illinois, the Hennepin Canal Parkway Trail picks up where the I&M Canal leaves off, and completes the cross-state journey to the Quad Cities.

  The Katy Trail crosses most of the state of Missouri, through tranquil farmland, charming small towns, and along the Missouri River. This 237 mile trail is America's longest "rails-to-trail" project.

  Also in Missouri, the Rock Island Trail intersects the Katy Trail and will eventually cross the state on the other side of the Missouri River.

  The Cowboy Trail crosses through nearly 200 miles of northern Nebraska countryside.  Also part of the Great American Rail-Trail, the Cowboy Trail could eventually stretch further west to reach a length of over 300 miles.

  The North East Texas Trail (NETT) follows 133 miles of the old Chaparral Railroad and Union Pacific routes between Dallas and Texarkana.

  The renowned Mickelson Trail in South Dakota, one of America's most scenic trails, is over 100 miles long. It travels near the Crazy Horse Memorial, through small towns with an "Old West" atmosphere, and across incredible landscapes.

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