Foliage seekers travel from all over the globe to partake in ‘leaf peeping’ the gorgeous reds, vibrant oranges, and bright yellows of the New England countryside each Fall, and enjoy an unparalleled display of natural beauty. Take in the stunning colors of Vermont’s foliage as they peak from North to South on two different Vermont cycling trips. Join us as we ride Lake Champlain Valley’s stunning routes, including the college town of Middlebury, ranked as one of the “top five foliage towns in New England” by Yankee Magazine or cycle among the rolling mountains deep in the heart of Vermont, on our Stowe Fall Foliage tour! Regardless of which Vermont Fall Foliage bicycle tour you choose, farm stands serving hot cider, freshly picked apples, and Vermont’s famous cider donuts only add to the bucket list experience of witnessing New England’s most beautiful season!
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Our award-winning tour of the Lake Champlain Valley features Vermont’s stunning fall foliage, prized country roads, and picture book landscapes. Ride through historic covered bridges and explore quaint villages in one of the most beautiful states in the US during peak foliage season. Enjoy stays in charming country inns and a classic turn-of-the-century lakeside resort. Cruise across Lake Champlain to ride fabulous routes on the opposite shore. Sample delicious treats at a local chocolatier and visit a gorgeous horse farm. Gentle valley farmland offers miles of fabulous cycling, and mountain foothills are close enough to provide challenging options for those who want them. This is a true inn-to-inn tour—there are no vehicle transfers except for short trips to and from Burlington.
Colorful fall foliage season is a favorite for our award-winning Vermont tours. The pristine Vermont air takes on an especially crisp feel on sunshine-filled fall days. Ride through the small towns and covered bridges of the Lake Champlain Valley’s gently rolling terrain. Visit the Old Round Church, sample cider and donuts at a local orchard, and enjoy a taste of IPA from a small craft brewery. As you make your way east to the storybook village of Stowe, Vermont’s Green Mountains rise from valley floors with foliage shades of red, orange, and yellow. Visit a family-run woolen mill that has been outfitting Vermonters for over a century. Indulge yourself at Topnotch Resort and Spa, a luxurious oasis nestled on a hillside overlooking Vermont’s tallest mountain. Experience the fall colors of Vermont in fine style.