Vermont: Stowe Fall Foliage Bicycle tour

This unique Vermont fall foliage cycling trip begins with three days of riding through small towns and covered bridges in the Lake Champlain Valley before it winds east through the Green Mountains to Stowe. Combining valley and mountain regions ensure peak foliage viewing during your trip. From country inns to a majestic lakeside estate and mountain lodge, experience the best of fall foliage, riding a select collection of Vermont’s most scenic country roads.

Highlights

  • Covered bridges in the Lake Champlain Valley
  • Bike the narrow route through the cliffs of Smuggler’s Notch
  • Combining valley and mountain regions ensure peak foliage viewing

Details

TypeRoad bike, hybrid, E-bike
Duration6 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Daily distance16 – 54 mi
Total distance247 mi
LodgingHotels
BicycleIncluded, E-bike extra fee
MonthSeptember, October
StartBurlington
FinishBurlington
States or countryVermont
Airport startInternational airport Burlington
Airport finishInternational airport Burlington

Starting from $ 3,920.00

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