Map of bike paths / walking paths in Virginia


Regional Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Virginia

Regional Trails, Virginia map area

Regional Trails, Virginia

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Virginia has a number of lengthy regional recreational trails that extend for miles and go by numerous communities. Many of these trails are rail trails that follow the route of an abandoned railroad right-of-way. These trails offer users a way to ride a bike or walk for miles and see the Virginia countryside. The trails include old steel or trestle railroad bridges over rivers and creeks, tunnels and other historical sites.

In Northern Virginia, there are many recreational trails that follow alongside major roadways. These trails are great for commuting and getting about the area.

Custis Trail NE 4.3 paved Arlington
Danville Riverwalk S 7.5 paved / unpaved Danville
Dick & Willie Passage S 5.4 paved Martinsville
Four Mile Run Trail NE 7 paved Arlington
Gerry Connolly Cross Country Trail NE  40 paved / unpaved Occoquan, West Springfield, Vienna, McLean
High Bridge Trail C 31 crushed stone Pamplin, Farmville, Burkeville
Holmes Run Trail NE  5.2 paved / unpaved Alexandria, Fairfax
James River Heritage Trail C 8 paved Lynchburg
Mount Vernon Trail NE 17 paved Arlington, Alexandria, Mount Vernon
New River Trail State Park SW 57 crushed stone Pulaski, Fries, Galax
Richmond & Danville Rail Trail S 5.5 unpaved / natural Danville area, Sutherlin
Tobacco Heritage Trail S 16 crushed stone La Crosse, Brodnay, Lawrenceville
Virginia Capital Trail E 52 paved Richmond, Jamestown
Virginia Creeper Trail SE 34 unpaved Abingdon, Whitetop
Washington and Old Dominion Trail NE  45 paved Arlington, Sterling, Purcellville
Wilderness Road Trail SW 8.4 paved / unpaved Wheeler


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

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Virginia

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