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The bike path is wonderful in every way possible! A great place to walk, run, bike, rollerblade, swim, fish, hang out, play with your dog. It is safe, clean and well maintained. Going along the causeway is sooo beautiful on a sunny day, no matter...More
Local Vermonters know and love this best kept secret. The path is great for biking, skating, running, or strolling with views of the majestic Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain. It's free and a great destination for old and young alike.
The north section of Burlington's bike path is an extremely high quality recreation path for use by all people using all manner of transportation except motor vehicles (rehab of south section underway). Stop signs at cross streets keep racing enthusiasts from getting carried away, and...More
Vermont’s Island Line Rail Trail, formerly known as the Burlington Bikeway, stretches 14 glorious miles from end to end starting in Burlington’s Oakledge Park and ending on Martin Road in South Hero. The trail caters to every audience. It’s wide and flat enough to be...More
I rode 24 miles on my bike from the University of Vermont to the ferry service on the causeway. I even saw a tortoise! So fun in good weather. It was fun riding though downtown Burlington on College st. A good trail! I went on...More
We weren’t sure why this bike path was rated so high until we did it ourselves. Beautiful views of Lake Champlain, a spot to walk down into the water, and a flat paved path. We rented bikes at a store on the trail near the...More
The Burlington bike path is a hidden gem. Going from the south end of Burlington, you can in the summer bicycle all the way to North Hero, using the bike ferry. They have just put money into refurbishing the path and its smoother and easier...More