New York’s Finger Lakes Bicycle Tour

The New York’s Finger Lakes formed millions of years ago by glacial activity, the Finger Lakes support a region rich in history. Ride along the Erie Canal, through pastoral farmland, and past vineyards that sprawl to the lake shores. Follow the stone steps along waterfalls that cascade through a winding gorge. Enjoy premier accommodations and gourmet cuisine in the region Wine Spectator called the “Wine and Culinary Epicenter” of New York.

Highlights

  • Ride along the Erie Canal
  • Ride through picturesque Mennonite communities
  • Charming small towns

Details

TypeRoad bike, hybrid bike, E-bike
Duration 6 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Daily distance16 – 55 mi
Total distance 237 mi
LodgingHotels
BicycleIncluded
MonthJuly, August
StartRochester
FinishSyracuse
States or countryNew York
Airport startInternational airport Rochester
Airport finishSyracuse Hancock International Airport

Starting from $ 3,050.00

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