Support NRVT

2021 Frozen Feet Challenge

Run or walk at least ONE MILE OUTSIDE everyday for 6 weeks straight.

We partnered up with our friends at the Ridgefield Running Company and Darien Running Company to get our community to move outside during the coldest part of the year!

This is a FUN and HEALTHY challenge!

Learn more and register at the event at

All year round, we need your help to keep building this trail.

The NRVT is a 501c3 non-profit organization. We are principally funded by private contributions. Your contribution, whatever its size,will help us achieve our long-term vision, and realize important milestones along the way.


Your donations have already funded:

  • The Wilton Loop from Rt. 7 to Skunk Lane.

  • The Trail Plan for the Redding Mile.

  • The Feasibility and Design plans for the WilWalk section: from Wolfpit Rd in Wilton to Grist Mill Rd in Norwalk.

  • Signage and kiosks for the NRVT in Norwalk, which has been principally built by the City of Norwalk.

  • The Trail Plan for the Ridgefield Ramble.


Help us extend the trail north and south sections.

Your tax-deductible gift to us comes back to you as more miles of NRVT to explore and enjoy!

Every $250 donation helps build one more foot of trail.

We've built 8 miles of multipurpose trail loved by all.

We still have 22 more to go!

You can also make a donation anytime by check


Please make it payable to the Friends of the NRVT,  and mail to:


P.O. Box 174

Georgetown, CT  06829


The NRVT will be longest trail in Fairfield County — 30 miles connecting Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk, Connecticut to Rogers Park in Danbury, passing through Wilton, Ridgefield, and Redding along the way. 

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Beth J. Merrill, Executive Director

(203) 807-5072

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