Fall Line

The Fall Line is a 43-mile trail spine in Central Virginia.

The Fall Line will be a transformational 43-mile long, north-south trail spine for our region's active transportation network connecting seven localities: Ashland, Hanover, Henrico, Richmond, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, and Petersburg. The Fall Line trail has the potential to reshape the way people travel, play, and connect with their communities and each other, meeting unmet demand for local infrastructure for active movement and providing a wide range of public benefits – from health and safety to economic development and sustainability. The Richmond area has a burgeoning walking, running and biking culture that desperately needs a signature regional trail to coalesce and showcase the active living culture.


Donate to contribute to the advocacy for and further development of the Fall Line, ensuring that locals and visitors alike will enjoy the benefits of this transformative trail project.

Latest Fall Line News

The Fall Line trail construction is underway in Henrico County and a total of 22 miles of the trail is planned to be under construction in 2024. Check out the latest news!

Trail Route

Within two miles of the Fall Line there are 95 schools, 350,000 people and 100,000 jobs.