|from $2,898* per person||6 Days||September, October|
|Luxury accommodations||Exertion level: 6|
|Operator: Backroads||22 people max|
Cool mornings, warm colors, rolling hills invite you. Round the corner and you’re high above in the Green Mountains. Around the next, quiet farmlands. Taste the maple. Hear the hum of your wheels on the timber of a covered bridge. Take the afternoon in Woodstock and walk the quaint shops in biking shoes. It’s okay. They’ve heard the "clip-clop" before. Southern Vermont was made for the ride.
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Vermont, United States
Day 1 Bike beneath oak canopies, along picturesque rivers and by old red barns in Southern Vermont Ready for a pick-me-up? The New England Maple Museum offers some of Vermont’s sweetest products and insight into this centuries-old tradition Spin through a postcard-perfect landscape beneath the Green Mountains.
Day 2 Gourmet Prince & the Pauper cuisine and sophisticated country inns Pedal quiet lanes on an invigorating route highlighted by covered bridges and bright fall colors.
Day 3 Picturesque Woodstock, a quintessential New England village Birch, pine and maple trees flank your path across the Appalachian Trail In the village of Quechee - known for its covered bridge - watch local glass artisans ply their trade at the Simon Pearce factory.
Day 4 Rolling routes with serious ascents and rollicking downhills Follow babbling Knapp Brook to the ski town of Ludlow Need suspenders, a folding fan or a set of Click Clacks? Find these and more at the renowned Vermont Country Store in historic Weston.
Days 5-6 Taste maple syrup, cheese, beer and other local delights Relax at our inn or bike to quaint Grafton, with old stately buildings, art galleries and shops galore Dirt and paved roads lead to century-old Hildene Mansion, a Georgian Revival beauty built by Abraham Lincoln’s son.