MVRT Youth Passport
Come explore the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail!
The MVRT passport program encourages kids and families to get outside and active by collecting a rubbing of the site badge found at each of the six Kiosks along the trail.
Here’s how the passport program works:
As you hike, bike or travel the MVRT look for the rubbing plates at each of the six trail Kiosks: St Albans, Greens Corners, Sheldon Junction, Kane Road, Enosburg Falls, and Richford.
When you find the rubbing plate on a Kiosk, make a rubbing with a crayon (provided with your passport) on the page that corresponds to Kiosk you are at.
Create a drawing or make a note of your observations along the trail.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org.