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Wisconsin’s Elroy-Sparta State Trail opened in 1967 and is widely considered to be the first rail-trail in the U.S. Many more rail-trails followed and today the state has nearly 100. These pathways offer a broad range of experiences from bucolic farmland to lush woodlands and river valleys to friendly Midwestern towns. Here are some of our favorites.
"Virginia is for Lovers" is the tourism slogan for the state, but for outdoor enthusiasts, you could also easily say that "Virginia is for Trail Lovers."
"Biking" may not be the first word you think of when you picture Texas, but the Lone Star State has some surprising recreational gems.
Perhaps nothing is more reminiscent of childhood treasure hunts than geocaching on a multi-use trail or rail-trail...