Weekly Cycle: Vermont Inn to Inn
Vermont is one of the leafiest states in America with 75% of the land area covered in forest. Those visiting in autumn, or 'fall' as our American friends call it, will see the countryside ablaze with an array of brilliant reds, oranges, browns and yellows. Our Weekly Cycle this week takes you through the best of Vermont, stopping each night at a delightful country inn.
In a nutshell
Grade: Easy to Moderate
Distance: 58-95 miles. Each day offers a selection of different routes so you can choose according to your fitness level.
Where is it?
This adventure starts and ends in Brandon, a charming little village with tree-lined streets, and a vibrant atmosphere thanks to numerous artist studios and galleries. You will also spend a night in Shoreham, a sleepy hamlet which comes alive at night when cyclists enthusiasts gather after a beautiful day's cycling to discuss their travels. The next night you'll stop in Middlesbury, a bustling town with its own brewery, which offers tastings!
Why cycle the Vermont Inn to Inn route?
Vermont's lovely villages boast quintessential American charm, but the real attraction of this route is the stunning countryside through which you ride. From rolling hills of open farmland framed with the picturesque Adirondack mountains in the background. This route takes you through lush apple orchards and working dairy farms, past stunning lakes and over delightful covered bridges.
Planning to cycle the Vermont Inn to Inn
Macs Adventure offers a 5 day, 4 night itinerary which is available from May - October. This route is particularly popular in September and October so be sure to book well in advance if you want to catch Vermont at its most beautiful.
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