Norwalk River Valley Trail

Five Towns | One Vision

The Norwalk River Valley Trail (NRVT) project aims to build 38 miles of multi-purpose trail connecting Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk, Connecticut, and Rogers Park in Danbury, passing through Wilton, Ridgefield, and Redding on the way.

In addition to creating recreational opportunities for walkers, hikers, cyclists, kids, pets and - on some stretches - equestrians, the NRVT will offer a green and healthy transportation alternative to reach rail stations, schools, offices, and businesses.

For more details around our vision and progress, please click here. To find existing sections of the NRVT, click here.

Cannondale Bikes Supports the NRVT


Check out Good Morning Wilton to see how Doral Sports, the parent company of Cannondale Bikes, has been helping the NRVT; and how the NRVT will benefit Doral Sports. Local business and the NRVT go hand in hand.

Dorel Sports

PHOTO - Dorel Sports President and CEO Peter Woods hands a check to NRVT Chair Patricia Sesto.   

Norwalk Trail Evening, Thursday April 23rd


Calling all Norwalk Trail enthusiasts -- come to an evening of mingling and learning on April 23 from 6-8 p.m. at the Stepping Stones Children's Museum. Did we mention there would be free drinks and appetizers and Cannondale bike door prize?

Norwalk Trail Evening

Try a section of rough NRVT in Wilton


It is not up to full NRVT standards yet, but our volunteers blazed a rough trail along the proposed NRVT route from Sharp Hill Road to Twin Oak Lane in Wilton. If you have the right footwear and clothing, it makes a fine continuation hike after the completed trail between Route 7 and Sharp Hill Road. In April, the magnolia at the Sharp Hill Road end, and forsythia along the trail, should come into bloom. Now that the snow has melted, why not boot up and get out to enjoy this new trail. 

Rough Trail 

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