Travel Guide Vermont Bike rides

Bicycle rides in Vermont

In total there are about 20 bike rides for you to discover within the region of Vermont. To get a first glimpse of what’s awaiting outdoor enthusiasts like you in Vermont, we created a short highlight list:
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Bike Riding Church at the base of Brandon Gap

Brandon to Waitsfield

Take your breath away as you climb into the mountains today, on account of both the spectacular views and ascending roads. Meet up with the Mad River and follow it along scenic Route 100 all the way to the quaint river-town of Waitsfield.

Waitsfield to Stowe

Ride from the Mad River town of Waitsfield to Stowe, a ski town and adventure with so many likenesses to the Austrian Alps, the Von Trapp family still lives here!

Stowe to Underhill

As you leave Stowe behind today, you'll come around the mountain to even more spectacular views as you end your ride in the aptly named town of Underhill. 

Burlington Waterfront Bike Path

Burlington's Waterfront Bike Path is a 7.6 mile recreational route that runs from the southern end of Burlington at Oakledge Park to the northern end at the Winooski River.

Middlebury to Brandon

Leaving the scholarly and stately buildings of Middlebury behind, you’ll return to the fertile shores of Lake Champlain before heading south to finish in Brandon, the “Art & Soul” village of Vermont.

Burlington to Middlebury

Ride from the activity hub of Burlington to the quiet college town of Middlebury. Views of pastoral Vermont landscapes and the Adirondack and Green Mountains will guide your way. 

Burlington City Loop

Ride the acclaimed Burlington Bike Path straight into the middle of Lake Champlain (on the Causeway) today to enjoy mountain and lake views in the heart of Vermont's activity hub.

Charlotte Ferry to Middlebury

Leave the lake and head for the hills! Middlebury awaits, with its gorgeous liberal arts college campus, zen-like river, delicious dining options, and eye-popping views of the Adirondack Mountains.

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