Dedicated to a multi-use recreation path on the Southern New England Trunk Trail.


The Franklin & Bellingham Rail Trail Committee (FBRTC) is a volunteer advocacy group dedicated to the development, maintenance, and financial support of the Southern New England Trunkline Trail as a multi-use, universally accessible recreational path.

FBRTC is a recognized 501(c)(3), working in partnership with the Grand Trunk Trail Blazers and federal, state and local governments, members of the FBRTC are committed to exploring all private, state and federal funding avenues to implement all necessary design plans. 

adopted December 2011 

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  • Partcipate in Words to the Wise. Read PDF
  • Renew your membership in FBRTC and have a voice in the development of the trail!  Renew now (with PayPal)
  • Take more ownership of the trail and join us for a planning meeting. Check Calendar

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Trail Details


  • End Points: Franklin to Douglas
  • Length: 22 Miles
  • Activities:walking, mountain biking;cross country skiing
  • Parking: Available

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