Recreational Rail Trails All recreational rail trails are multi-use trails. Users of multi-use trails may include hikers, bikers, equestrians, OHRVs, snowshoers, cross-country skiers, and sled dogs. Active Railroads MAY allow recreational use ONLY during the WINTER months on some lines. Dates for winter use are determined by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Winter Use Only = when there is contiguous snow cover on the trails. Please note: Different types of motorized usage are allowed at different times of the year on some multi-use trails. Please check to be sure your particular activity is allowed before using the trails. Recreational Rail Trails with rails in place may have service-type equipment such as putt-putts or speeders using the rails when not snow covered. If there is no designated parking, some parking may be available at road crossings. Please do not park in front of gates and pull safely off the road. Recreational Rail Trails Map Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail, Portsmouth Branch (Manchester-Newfields) -25.3 miles Conway Branch Recreational Rail Trail (Ossipee-Conway) 21 miles Northern Recreational Rail Trail (Boscawen-Lebanon) 59.3 miles Farmington Recreational Rail Trail (Farmington-Rochester) 6 miles Cheshire Recreational Rail Trail (North Walpole-Fitzwilliam) 42 miles Ashuelot Recreational Rail Trail (Keene-Winchester) 21 miles Fort Hill Recreational Rail Trail (Hinsdale) 8.9 miles Monadnock Recreational Rail Trail (Mass line-Jaffrey) 7.2 miles Manchester/Lawrence Recreational Rail Trail (Salem-Windham) 5.4 miles (Londonderry) 3.3 miles Upper Coos Recreational Rail Trail (Colebrook-Beecher Falls) 10.5 miles Presidential Recreational Rail Trail (Jefferson-Gorham) 18.3 miles Profile Recreational Rail Trail (Bethlehem) 1.5 miles Cotton Valley Rail Trail (Wolfeboro-Wakefield) 12 miles Ammonoosuc Recreational Rail Trail (Woodsville-Littleton)19.2 miles Warren Recreational Rail Trail (Warren) 4 miles Sugar River Recreational Rail Trail (Newport-Claremont) 9.5 miles Hillsborough Recreational Rail Trail (Hillsborough-Bennington) 7.7 miles Rockingham Recreational Rail Trail, Fremont Branch (Route 107 Fremont-Route 28 Derry) 18 miles Greenville Recreational Rail Trail (Greenville) 2.2 miles Concord to Lincoln Line (Canterbury-Lincoln) 53 miles * Winter Use Only Wilton/Lyndeborough Branch (Wilton-Bennington) 17 Miles * Winter Use Only OHRV use is prohibited on all active rail lines. Public use of Rail Rights-of-Way is prohibited. Additional Information/Resources NH DOT Bureau of Rail and Transit.