• This tour includes a superb mix of lakeside cycling, rural farmland and small villages, and features stays at two of Vermont’s finest destination resorts. Our rides take us along the beautiful Champlain Valley, an area rich in history and defined by gently rolling countryside and panoramic views of the Green and Adirondack mountains. We include a delightful evening cocktail cruise on Lake Champlain, a leisurely guided kayaking adventure, and a ferry trip to historic Essex, New York. On the last two days we move “inland” to Stowe where we ride Randolph Road through Morrisville and picnic on the shores of Lake Elmore. Our final day includes a ride along the Stowe bike path including a short hike out to beautiful Moss Glen Falls. This tour is designed to let you relax and enjoy your surroundings. We stay three nights at the Basin Harbor Club, a 700-acre resort that commands a stunning location on Lake Champlain. Here we can stroll the beach, take advantage of the full spa services, follow nature trails, play a round of golf, or just unwind. Our last two evenings we stay in the beautiful village of Stowe where we will find an incredible array of sophisticated shops and galleries, and where the immensely popular Green Mountain Inn treats us to a perfect blend of country ambiance and the modern comforts of an exceptional resort.
  • This tour includes a superb mix of lakeside cycling, rural farmland and small villages, and features stays at two of Vermont’s finest destination resorts. Our rides take us along the beautiful Champlain Valley, an area rich in history and defined by gently rolling countryside and panoramic views of the Green and Adirondack mountains. We include a delightful evening cocktail cruise on Lake Champlain, a leisurely guided kayaking adventure, and a ferry trip to historic Essex, New York. On the last two days we move “inland” to Stowe where we ride Randolph Road through Morrisville and picnic on the shores of Lake Elmore. Our final day includes a ride along the Stowe bike path including a short hike out to beautiful Moss Glen Falls. This tour is designed to let you relax and enjoy your surroundings. We stay three nights at the Basin Harbor Club, a 700-acre resort that commands a stunning location on Lake Champlain. Here we can stroll the beach, take advantage of the full spa services, follow nature trails, play a round of golf, or just unwind. Our last two evenings we stay in the beautiful village of Stowe where we will find an incredible array of sophisticated shops and galleries, and where the immensely popular Green Mountain Inn treats us to a perfect blend of country ambiance and the modern comforts of an exceptional resort.
  • This tour includes a superb mix of lakeside cycling, rural farmland and small villages, and features stays at two of Vermont’s finest destination resorts. Our rides take us along the beautiful Champlain Valley, an area rich in history and defined by gently rolling countryside and panoramic views of the Green and Adirondack mountains. We include a delightful evening cocktail cruise on Lake Champlain, a leisurely guided kayaking adventure, and a ferry trip to historic Essex, New York. On the last two days we move “inland” to Stowe where we ride Randolph Road through Morrisville and picnic on the shores of Lake Elmore. Our final day includes a ride along the Stowe bike path including a short hike out to beautiful Moss Glen Falls. This tour is designed to let you relax and enjoy your surroundings. We stay three nights at the Basin Harbor Club, a 700-acre resort that commands a stunning location on Lake Champlain. Here we can stroll the beach, take advantage of the full spa services, follow nature trails, play a round of golf, or just unwind. Our last two evenings we stay in the beautiful village of Stowe where we will find an incredible array of sophisticated shops and galleries, and where the immensely popular Green Mountain Inn treats us to a perfect blend of country ambiance and the modern comforts of an exceptional resort.  
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    This tour includes a superb mix of lakeside cycling, rural farmland and small villages, and features stays at two of Vermont’s finest destination resorts. Our rides take us along the beautiful Champlain Valley, an area rich in history and defined by gently rolling countryside and panoramic views of the Green and Adirondack mountains. We include a delightful evening cocktail cruise on Lake Champlain, a leisurely guided kayaking adventure, and a ferry trip to historic Essex, New York. On the last two days we move “inland” to Stowe where we ride Randolph Road through Morrisville and picnic on the shores of Lake Elmore. Our final day includes a ride along the Stowe bike path including a short hike out to beautiful Moss Glen Falls. This tour is designed to let you relax and enjoy your surroundings. We stay three nights at the Basin Harbor Club, a 700-acre resort that commands a stunning location on Lake Champlain. Here we can stroll the beach, take advantage of the full spa services, follow nature trails, play a round of golf, or just unwind. Our last two evenings we stay in the beautiful village of Stowe where we will find an incredible array of sophisticated shops and galleries, and where the immensely popular Green Mountain Inn treats us to a perfect blend of country ambiance and the modern comforts of an exceptional resort.
  • Treat yourself to a relaxing and beautiful vacation based at the fabulous Basin Harbor Club, a 700-acre resort that commands a stunning location on Lake Champlain. Here, you can stroll along the waterfront, take advantage of the full spa services, follow nature trails, play a round of golf, or unwind as you enjoy the included delightful evening cocktail cruise on Lake Champlain. The cycling is a delight, with lush rolling farmland opening to beautiful views of the lake, Otter Creek and the Adirondack Mountains. You enjoy a picnic after crossing the new Chimney Point Bridge into New York, and we include a visit to the charming village of Middlebury, home of Middlebury College. This is followed by a delightful tasting event at Otter Creek Brewery and at the new Woodchuck Cidery. Our final day includes a visit to the wonderful Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and a ride that takes us through Vergennes, following by a lovely, peaceful loop out to pretty Kingsland Bay.
  • Treat yourself to a relaxing and beautiful vacation based at the fabulous Basin Harbor Club, a 700-acre resort that commands a stunning location on Lake Champlain. Here, you can stroll along the waterfront, take advantage of the full spa services, follow nature trails, play a round of golf, or unwind as you enjoy the included delightful evening cocktail cruise on Lake Champlain. The cycling is a delight, with lush rolling farmland opening to beautiful views of the lake, Otter Creek and the Adirondack Mountains. You enjoy a picnic after crossing the new Chimney Point Bridge into New York, and we include a visit to the charming village of Middlebury, home of Middlebury College. This is followed by a delightful tasting event at Otter Creek Brewery and at the new Woodchuck Cidery. Our final day includes a visit to the wonderful Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and a ride that takes us through Vergennes, following by a lovely, peaceful loop out to pretty Kingsland Bay.
  • It seems almost unfair that Vermont, so spectacular with its hills, valleys, farms and small villages, should also have, as its westerly boundary, one of the most lovely lakes in the country. Lake Champlain is the sixth largest in the U.S., but what really makes it so special is the unspoiled natural beauty of its shoreline, and the unsurpassed views across the lake to the Green and Adirondack mountains.
  • It seems almost unfair that Vermont, so spectacular with its hills, valleys, farms and small villages, should also have, as its westerly boundary, one of the most lovely lakes in the country. Lake Champlain is the sixth largest in the U.S., but what really makes it so special is the unspoiled natural beauty of its shoreline, and the unsurpassed views across the lake to the Green and Adirondack mountains.
  • It seems almost unfair that Vermont, so spectacular with its hills, valleys, farms and small villages, should also have, as its westerly boundary, one of the most lovely lakes in the country. Lake Champlain is the sixth largest in the U.S., but what really makes it so special is the unspoiled natural beauty of its shoreline, and the unsurpassed views across the lake to