Cross Country Skiing Trails by State

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Here you'll find long-distance trails in both remote regions of the West and in populated parts of the East and Midwest.

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Top Cross Country Skiing Trails Near You

Cedar River Trail (WA)

Washington - 15.7 miles
Asphalt, Gravel

Soos Creek Trail

Washington - 6 miles
Asphalt

Green River Trail

Washington - 19.6 miles
Asphalt

Yelm-Tenino Trail

Washington - 14 miles
Asphalt
Accordion

John Wayne Pioneer Trail

Washington - 253 miles
Ballast, Crushed Stone, Sand

Snoqualmie Valley Trail

Washington - 31.5 miles
Ballast, Gravel

Preston-Snoqualmie Trail

Washington - 6.5 miles
Asphalt

Issaquah-Preston Trail

Washington - 4.8 miles
Asphalt, Gravel

East Lake Sammamish Trail

Washington - 11 miles
Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Coal Mines Trail

Washington - 4.7 miles
Gravel

Willapa Hills Trail

Washington - 56 miles
Asphalt, Ballast, Crushed Stone, Grass, Gravel

Wallace Falls Railway Trail

Washington - 3.7 miles
Dirt, Grass

Snohomish County Centennial Trail

Washington - 30.5 miles
Asphalt

Cowiche Canyon Trail

Washington - 3 miles
Dirt, Gravel

Yakima Greenway

Washington - 10 miles
Asphalt

Whitehorse Trail

Washington - 9.4 miles
Ballast, Gravel

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Helpful Information about Cross Country Skiing Trails

If you're like us and can't wait to hit the snow in the winter, you can use TrailLink.com to find cross-country skiing trails and trail maps. Comedian Steven Wright once said, "Cross-country skiing is great.if you live in a small country," but we beg to differ and are envious of those that can take advantage of this rewarding sport.

Rail-trails in particular make great cross-country skiing trails since most railroads were built fairly straight with gentle (often less than 3%) grades. Though some trails are plowed in the winter, many are left snow-covered for snow-sport uses. Often you'll find that you have the trail all to yourself in the winter months. The only downside is that some trailside amenities close in off-season months.

Before you head out, it's also best to check the recent snowfall and cross-country trail conditions with the trail's managing entity; links to these agencies are typically listed in the Related Links box for each trail on TrailLink.com. The Cross Country Ski Areas Association also provides helpful resources, including information about how to dress for your trip, a list of retail outlets for the equipment you'll need, as well as a podcast and video tutorials for new skiers.

Have fun and please share your experiences on TrailLink.com by posting photos and a review of your favorite cross-country skiing trail. We're sure that your thoughts on how well the trail was groomed, what amenities were still available, and any commentary on the sights you enjoyed along the way will be appreciated by your fellow snow travelers.

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