• This ALL e-bike tour allows you to more easily tackle the challenging hills and distances on this scenic tour. Stowe, Canada, Caspian Lake, Greensboro and Vermont’s famous Northeast Kingdom … this tour has it all! We begin near the sophisticated village of Stowe and then cycle through Smuggler’s Notch into the meandering Lamoille River Valley. We then explore Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, the least settled and most rural, untouched corner of the state. We parallel the Missisquoi River as we cycle part of a rail trail, and enjoy a wonderful mix of sunny farmland, shaded forest and quiet wetlands. We bike through international customs as we wend our way into Canada (must bring your passport!). Here we have lunch in the historic village of Frelighsbugh and then pass along the foothills of Mount Pinnacle, through beautiful apple orchards and farms, and then back into the United States. We also include visits to some quintessential Vermont villages such as Montgomery, Greensboro, and Irasburg; stop at some wonderful old-fashioned stores; have a beautiful, optional ride to lake Willoughby; and include a tour of the Cabot Creamery, “makers of the best cheddar in the world”.
  • Stowe, Canada, Caspian Lake, Greensboro and Vermont’s famous Northeast Kingdom…this tour has it all! We begin near the sophisticated village of Stowe and then cycle through Smuggler’s Notch into the meandering Lamoille River Valley. We then explore Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, the least settled and most rural, untouched corner of the state. We parallel the Missisquoi River as we cycle part of a rail trail, and enjoy a wonderful mix of sunny farmland, shaded forest and quiet wetlands. We bike through international customs as we wend our way into Canada (must bring your passport!). Here we have lunch in the historic village of Frelighsbugh and then pass along the foothills of Mount Pinnacle, through beautiful apple orchards and farms, and then back into the United States. We also include visits to some quintessential Vermont villages such as Montgomery, Greensboro, and Irasburg; stop at some wonderful old-fashioned stores; have a beautiful, optional ride to lake Willoughby; and include a tour of the Cabot Creamery, “makers of the best cheddar in the world”.
  • Stowe, Canada, Caspian Lake, Greensboro and Vermont’s famous Northeast Kingdom…this tour has it all! We begin near the sophisticated village of Stowe and then cycle through Smuggler’s Notch into the meandering Lamoille River Valley. We then explore Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, the least settled and most rural, untouched corner of the state. We parallel the Missisquoi River as we cycle part of a rail trail, and enjoy a wonderful mix of sunny farmland, shaded forest and quiet wetlands. We bike through international customs as we wend our way into Canada (must bring your passport!). Here we have lunch in the historic village of Frelighsbugh and then pass along the foothills of Mount Pinnacle, through beautiful apple orchards and farms, and then back into the United States. We also include visits to some quintessential Vermont villages such as Montgomery, Greensboro, and Irasburg; stop at some wonderful old-fashioned stores; have a beautiful, optional ride to lake Willoughby; and include a tour of the Cabot Creamery, “makers of the best cheddar in the world”.
  • Stowe, Canada, Caspian Lake, Greensboro and Vermont’s famous Northeast Kingdom…this tour has it all! We begin near the sophisticated village of Stowe and then cycle through Smuggler’s Notch into the meandering Lamoille River Valley. We then explore Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, the least settled and most rural, untouched corner of the state. We parallel the Missisquoi River as we cycle part of a rail trail, and enjoy a wonderful mix of sunny farmland, shaded forest and quiet wetlands. We bike through international customs as we wend our way into Canada (must bring your passport!). Here we have lunch in the historic village of Frelighsbugh and then pass along the foothills of Mount Pinnacle, through beautiful apple orchards and farms, and then back into the United States. We also include visits to some quintessential Vermont villages such as Montgomery, Greensboro, and Irasburg; stop at some wonderful old-fashioned stores; have a beautiful, optional ride to lake Willoughby; and include a tour of the Cabot Creamery, “makers of the best cheddar in the world”.
  • “Ireland, especially the rural West, is a cyclist’s dream.” So says Bicycling magazine, and you will surely agree. There’s an endless network of winding back roads where lazy sheep are often your only company. Green meadows lead down to the sea, magical mist-covered mountains are off in the distance, while around every turn you are likely to come upon cows grazing around a medieval castle, Stone Age ruins, or the remains of an ancient cathedral. Stone cottages are tucked along the edges of green pastures dotted with sheep, and each small village looks more Irish than the last. And the Irish are even friendlier than their reputation – warm and welcoming, and always ready to engage you in the gentle pleasures of good conversation while you enjoy a bit of traditional Irish music at the local pub.