Rail Trail in the Winter

Feb 9, 2023 | Along the Byway

By Rockin’ Ron Carter. The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail connects 4 towns along the Green Mountain Byway. The towns are Cambridge, Johnson, Hyde Park, and Morristown. It will soon be part of the longest trail network in New England – a 93-mile network traversing Northern Vermont from Lake Champlain to the Connecticut River! In the Winter the trail is used for walking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, skijoring, and snowmobiling. It is even used at night!

Kevin Penney skijoring with his “best friends” on the LVRT.

Harley Johnson and Marissa Saltzman cross country skiing by the light of the moon.

The Cambridge Junction Trail Head used to be a working train station and is decorated as such.

Snowmobiles aka Snow-machines on their way towards Johnson. The locals sometime refer to people who ride snow-machines as Sheeners.

The Cambridge Junction Covered Bridge is an added attraction at the Cambridge Junction Trail Head.

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