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Stowe Bike & Brew Weekend Bike Tour

  • Green Mountain gap
  • Monarch on milkweed
  • Beer tasting
  • Von Trapp Lodge
  • Heady Topper  beer and bikes
  • Deer in Vermont
  • Vermont red barn
  • Beer being brewed
  • Moss Glen Falls
DURATION
3 Day(s)
DAILY BIKING
25 miles
TRIP DIFFICULTY
3-Intermediate
STARTING FROM
$895
SINGLES ADD FROM
$350

Trip Overview

Ready for an escape to bike Vermont's gorgeous hills and valleys ... with the added bonus of sampling several awesome local beers? Vermont's craft beers are world-famous, and now you can taste several at their sources. Plus, it's easy to fit this weekend bike tour into your schedule. (Most of these Stowe tours are over a weekend, but the one July 5-7 is an extension of the July 4th weekend.)

The rides are challenging but spectacular and a great workout ... to whet your appetite for delicious meals and beverages. So take in the glorious scenery and experience some of Vermont's best craft beers with us.

See a list of all current Vermont tours

DAY 1 - Arrival Day
Distance: 16.5 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Meet at 3 p.m. at the Brass Lantern Inn and take off on a pleasant and easy loop ride through the village of Moscow and back along the Stowe Bike Path. Enjoy a stop at the Alchemist Brewery, maker of the double IPA Heady Topper, which was recently voted the best beer in the world. Gather for a lovely dinner and beer tasting in Stowe tonight at 7 p.m.
DAY 2 - Smuggler's Notch
Distance: 32, 40, 43 or 49 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Saturday takes you along the Stowe Bike Path, past the famous Stowe Ski Area and then up and over Smuggler’s Notch (with an optional lift from the van!). You visit Jeffersonville and Johnson, home of the famous woolen mill and outlet. Some will opt to take a beautiful loop north before passing through Hyde Park, past Cady’s Falls and along Stage Road back to Stowe. This evening, you are treated to the Von Trapp Brewery (yes, that’s the family from The Sound of Music film) and Bierhall for a 6:30 p.m. tasting event and delightful dinner.
DAY 3 - Departure Day
Distance: 26 or 35 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced
Today you ride north along beautiful Randolph Road, stopping for a short hike out to pristine Moss Glen Falls and then to Morrisville. Here you have the option to ride out to Lake Elmore and then weave your way along the Lamoille River. Enjoy an optional visit to Rock Art Brewery and the Lost Nation Brewery, two of Vermont’s growing number of elite microbreweries.
DAY 1 - Arrival Day
Distance: 16.5 miles |Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Meet at 3 p.m. at the Brass Lantern Inn and take off on a pleasant and easy loop ride through the village of Moscow and back along the Stowe Bike Path. Enjoy a stop at the Alchemist Brewery, maker of the double IPA Heady Topper, which was recently voted the best beer in the world. Gather for a lovely dinner and beer tasting in Stowe tonight at 7 p.m.
DAY 2 - Smuggler's Notch
Distance: 32, 40, 43 or 49 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lanter Inn
Saturday takes you along the Stowe Bike Path, past the famous Stowe Ski Area and then up and over Smuggler’s Notch (with an optional lift from the van!). You visit Jeffersonville and Johnson, home of the famous woolen mill and outlet. Some will opt to take a beautiful loop north before passing through Hyde Park, past Cady’s Falls and along Stage Road back to Stowe. This evening, you are treated to the Von Trapp Brewery (yes, that’s the family from The Sound of Music film) and Bierhall for a 6:30 p.m. tasting event and delightful dinner.
DAY 3 - Departure Day
Distance: 26 or 35 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced
Today you ride north along beautiful Randolph Road, stopping for a short hike out to pristine Moss Glen Falls and then to Morrisville. Here you have the option to ride out to Lake Elmore and then weave your way along the Lamoille River. Enjoy an optional visit to Rock Art Brewery and the Lost Nation Brewery, two of Vermont’s growing number of elite microbreweries.
DAY 1 - Arrival Day
Distance: 16.5 miles |Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Meet at 3 p.m. at the Brass Lantern Inn and take off on a pleasant and easy loop ride through the village of Moscow and back along the Stowe Bike Path. Enjoy a stop at the Alchemist Brewery, maker of the double IPA Heady Topper, which was recently voted the best beer in the world. Gather for a lovely dinner and beer tasting in Stowe tonight at 7 p.m.
DAY 2 - Smuggler's Notch
Distance: 32, 40, 43 or 49 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Saturday takes you along the Stowe Bike Path, past the famous Stowe Ski Area and then up and over Smuggler’s Notch (with an optional lift from the van!). You visit Jeffersonville and Johnson, home of the famous woolen mill and outlet. Some will opt to take a beautiful loop north before passing through Hyde Park, past Cady’s Falls and along Stage Road back to Stowe. This evening, you are treated to the Von Trapp Brewery (yes, that’s the family from The Sound of Music film) and Bierhall for a 6:30 p.m. tasting event and delightful dinner.
DAY 3 - Departure Day
Distance: 26 or 35 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced
Today you ride north along beautiful Randolph Road, stopping for a short hike out to pristine Moss Glen Falls and then to Morrisville. Here you have the option to ride out to Lake Elmore and then weave your way along the Lamoille River. Enjoy an optional visit to Rock Art Brewery and the Lost Nation Brewery, two of Vermont’s growing number of elite microbreweries.
DAY 1 - Arrival Day
Distance: 16.5 miles |Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Green Mountain Inn
Meet at 3 p.m. at the Green Mountain Inn and take off on a pleasant and easy loop ride through the village of Moscow and back along the Stowe Bike Path. Enjoy a stop at the Alchemist Brewery, maker of the double IPA Heady Topper, which was recently voted the best beer in the world. Gather for a lovely dinner and beer tasting in Stowe tonight at 7 p.m.
DAY 2 - Smuggler's Notch
Distance: 32, 40, 43 or 49 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Green Mountain Inn
Saturday takes you along the Stowe Bike Path, past the famous Stowe Ski Area and then up and over Smuggler’s Notch (with an optional lift from the van!). You visit Jeffersonville and Johnson, home of the famous woolen mill and outlet. Some will opt to take a beautiful loop north before passing through Hyde Park, past Cady’s Falls and along Stage Road back to Stowe. This evening, you are treated to the Von Trapp Brewery (yes, that’s the family from The Sound of Music film) and Bierhall for a 6:30 p.m. tasting event and delightful dinner.
DAY 3 - Departure Day
Distance: 26 or 35 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced
Today you ride north along beautiful Randolph Road, stopping for a short hike out to pristine Moss Glen Falls and then to Morrisville. Here you have the option to ride out to Lake Elmore and then weave your way along the Lamoille River. Enjoy an optional visit to Rock Art Brewery and the Lost Nation Brewery, two of Vermont’s growing number of elite microbreweries.
DAY 1 - Arrival Day
Distance: 16.5 miles |Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Meet at 3 p.m. at the Brass Lantern Inn and take off on a pleasant and easy loop ride through the village of Moscow and back along the Stowe Bike Path. Enjoy a stop at the Alchemist Brewery, maker of the double IPA Heady Topper, which was recently voted the best beer in the world. Gather for a lovely dinner and beer tasting in Stowe tonight at 7 p.m.
DAY 2 - Smuggler's Notch
Distance: 32, 40, 43 or 49 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Saturday takes you along the Stowe Bike Path, past the famous Stowe Ski Area and then up and over Smuggler’s Notch (with an optional lift from the van!). You visit Jeffersonville and Johnson, home of the famous woolen mill and outlet. Some will opt to take a beautiful loop north before passing through Hyde Park, past Cady’s Falls and along Stage Road back to Stowe. This evening, you are treated to the Von Trapp Brewery (yes, that’s the family from The Sound of Music film) and Bierhall for a 6:30 p.m. tasting event and delightful dinner.
DAY 3 - Departure Day
Distance: 26 or 35 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced
Today you ride north along beautiful Randolph Road, stopping for a short hike out to pristine Moss Glen Falls and then to Morrisville. Here you have the option to ride out to Lake Elmore and then weave your way along the Lamoille River. Enjoy an optional visit to Rock Art Brewery and the Lost Nation Brewery, two of Vermont’s growing number of elite microbreweries.
DAY 1 - Arrival Day
Distance: 16.5 miles |Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Meet at 3 p.m. at the Brass Lantern Inn and take off on a pleasant and easy loop ride through the village of Moscow and back along the Stowe Bike Path. Enjoy a stop at the Alchemist Brewery, maker of the double IPA Heady Topper, which was recently voted the best beer in the world. Gather for a lovely dinner and beer tasting in Stowe tonight at 7 p.m.
DAY 2 - Smuggler's Notch
Distance: 32, 40, 43 or 49 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced | Brass Lantern Inn
Saturday takes you along the Stowe Bike Path, past the famous Stowe Ski Area and then up and over Smuggler’s Notch (with an optional lift from the van!). You visit Jeffersonville and Johnson, home of the famous woolen mill and outlet. Some will opt to take a beautiful loop north before passing through Hyde Park, past Cady’s Falls and along Stage Road back to Stowe. This evening, you are treated to the Von Trapp Brewery (yes, that’s the family from The Sound of Music film) and Bierhall for a 6:30 p.m. tasting event and delightful dinner.
DAY 3 - Departure Day
Distance: 26 or 35 miles | Terrain: Intermediate to Advanced
Today you ride north along beautiful Randolph Road, stopping for a short hike out to pristine Moss Glen Falls and then to Morrisville. Here you have the option to ride out to Lake Elmore and then weave your way along the Lamoille River. Enjoy an optional visit to Rock Art Brewery and the Lost Nation Brewery, two of Vermont’s growing number of elite microbreweries.

Map

Map of Stowe weekend

Dates & Pricing

Prices are based on double occupancy. Single supplement for private room is listed at the top of this page. A deposit of $500 holds your reservation for most tours. For weekend tours, the deposit is $300.

Start End Cost Availability
Jun 25, 2021 Jun 27, 2021 $895.00 Available! Reserve Reserve
Jul 05, 2021 Jul 07, 2021 $895.00 Available! Reserve Reserve
Jul 16, 2021 Jul 18, 2021 $895.00 Available! Reserve Reserve
Aug 13, 2021 Aug 15, 2021 $895.00 Available! Reserve Reserve
Sep 24, 2021 Sep 26, 2021 $995.00 Available! Reserve Reserve

What’s Included

Two nights' lodging, Two Breakfasts, Two dinners. All maps, trip notes and detailed route directions (electronic and print). Free use of bicycle and helmet, experienced guides; full van support. Airfare is not included.

Dates & Pricing

Prices are based on double occupancy. Single supplement for private room is listed at the top of this page. A deposit of $500 holds your reservation for most tours. For weekend tours, the deposit is $300.

Start: Jun 25, 2021
End: Jun 27, 2021
Cost: $895.00
Availability: Available!
Reserve
Start: Jul 05, 2021
End: Jul 07, 2021
Cost: $895.00
Availability: Available!
Reserve
Start: Jul 16, 2021
End: Jul 18, 2021
Cost: $895.00
Availability: Available!
Reserve
Start: Aug 13, 2021
End: Aug 15, 2021
Cost: $895.00
Availability: Available!
Reserve
Start: Sep 24, 2021
End: Sep 26, 2021
Cost: $995.00
Availability: Available!
Reserve

What’s Included

Two nights' lodging, Two Breakfasts, Two dinners. All maps, trip notes and detailed route directions (electronic and print). Free use of bicycle and helmet, experienced guides; full van support. Airfare is not included.

Inns

Where you stay along the way.

Brass Lantern Inn
You'll make yourself comfortable at this lovely inn with all the amenities available in and around the town of Stowe. Each guest room has a unique and special character as the inn has the feel of a large, warm family home with your own well appointed, private space. Most of their guest rooms provide grand and open views of the Green Mountains, gas-fired fireplaces, HD TVs, silky smooth beds, whirlpool tubs and plenty of space to feel at home within your room.

Inns

Where you stay along the way.

Brass Lantern Inn
You'll make yourself comfortable at this lovely inn with all the amenities available in and around the town of Stowe. Each guest room has a unique and special character as the inn has the feel of a large warm family home with your own well appointed, private space. Most of thier guest rooms provide grand and open views of the Green Mountains, gas fired fireplaces, HD TVs, silky smooth beds, whirlpool tubs and plenty of space to feel at home within your room.

Inns

Where you stay along the way.

Brass Lantern Inn
You'll make yourself comfortable at this lovely inn with all the amenities available in and around the town of Stowe. Each guest room has a unique and special character as the inn has the feel of a large warm family home with your own well appointed, private space. Most of thier guest rooms provide grand and open views of the Green Mountains, gas fired fireplaces, HD TVs, silky smooth beds, whirlpool tubs and plenty of space to feel at home within your room.

Inns

Where you stay along the way.

Brass Lantern Inn
You'll make yourself comfortable at this lovely inn with all the amenities available in and around the town of Stowe. Each guest room has a unique and special character as the inn has the feel of a large warm family home with your own well appointed, private space. Most of thier guest rooms provide grand and open views of the Green Mountains, gas fired fireplaces, HD TVs, silky smooth beds, whirlpool tubs and plenty of space to feel at home within your room.

Inns

Where you stay along the way.

Brass Lantern Inn
You'll make yourself comfortable at this lovely inn with all the amenities available in and around the town of Stowe. Each guest room has a unique and special character as the inn has the feel of a large warm family home with your own well appointed, private space. Most of thier guest rooms provide grand and open views of the Green Mountains, gas fired fireplaces, HD TVs, silky smooth beds, whirlpool tubs and plenty of space to feel at home within your room.

Inns

Where you stay along the way.

Brass Lantern Inn
You'll make yourself comfortable at this lovely inn with all the amenities available in and around the town of Stowe. Each guest room has a unique and special character as the inn has the feel of a large warm family home with your own well appointed, private space. Most of thier guest rooms provide grand and open views of the Green Mountains, gas fired fireplaces, HD TVs, silky smooth beds, whirlpool tubs and plenty of space to feel at home within your room.

Gallery

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Green Mountain gap Monarch on milkweed Beer tasting Von Trapp Lodge Heady Topper  beer and bikes Deer in Vermont Vermont red barn Beer being brewed Moss Glen Falls