Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Burlington area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Burlington, Vermont

Burlington, Vermont map area

Burlington, Vermont

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127 Bike Path

Airport Park Trail

Burlington Bike Path

Island Line Trail

Riverside Bike Path

Ti-Haul Trail

Webster Road Multi-Use Path

Winooski Valley Park Trail

Burlington is located along Lake Champlain in Northern Vermont. Other communities in the are include Winooski, South Burlington, Colchester, Williston and Essex.This is a beautiful area of the country with thick hardwood forests, vistas of the Green Mountains and the scenic shoreline along the lake. Burlington is across the lake from the State of New York and is home to the University of Vermont and the Burlington International Airport.

Burlington has a large network of recreational trails that reach to many locations within the city and out to the residential neighborhoods. These are paved and unpaved pathways for bike riding, walking and running and are used for commuting, sight seeing and enjoying nature.

Island Line Trail

The Island Line Trail is a 14-mile long paved and unpaved pathway that spans from Burlington, across the Winooski River and across a portion of Lake Champlain to reach the south end of Grand Isle. Portions of the trail were constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way. The trail goes past the Downtown Burlington area and along the Lake Champlain waterfront and includes the 3.5-mile long Colchester Causeway that juts out into the lake.

The trail offers charming views of the Burlington Waterfront with the marinas, parks and views across Lake Champlain. On clear days, Vermont's Green Mountains can be seen the distance.

Read more about the Island Line Trail

127 Bike Path & Riverside Bike Path

The 127 Bike Path is a 3-mile long paved pathway that follows along State Route 127 to the north of Downtown Burlington. The path provides a safe way to get from the residential neighborhoods on the north side of Burlington to the downtown area and includes pedestrian bridges over the highway.The Riverside Bike Path is located near the south end of the 127 Bike Path and connects to the trails in Winooski Valley Park.

The southeast end of the 127 Bike Path is located along Manhattan Drive near St. Louis Street. The north end of the trail is located at Ethan Allen Parkway and Gazo Avenue. The path goes by the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum and Historic Site and Ethan Allen Park. The bike path connects to trails within the parks and the trail leading over to McKenzie Park along the Winooski River.

The Riverside Bike Path is about 1.5 miles long and stretches form N. Willard Street to Main Street in Winooski.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Burlington, Vermont.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Vermont

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Vermont.