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Vermont Bicycle Tours: Vermont to Montreal's Tour de L’Île

Vermont Bicycle Tours: Vermont to Montreal's Tour de L’Île

This fabulous four-day weekend bike trip begins on the shores of Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont and continues north to Montréal, where it concludes with the famed Tour de L’Île.

This fabulous four-day weekend bike trip begins on the shores of Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont and continues north to Montréal, where it concludes with the famed Tour de L’Île — a 35-mile ride on a cordoned-off route through the streets of Montréal. The trip follows the Island Line Trail north from Burlington to the Lake Champlain Islands. This former rail line is a (mostly) paved trail that follows the Lake Champlain shoreline north to a bike ferry that carries cyclists across a narrow gap in the trail to the Islands. Take a rest at Vermont’s first vineyard and winery for a picnic lunch hosted by your tour leaders. Later enjoy an opening reception and dinner overlooking Lake Champlain to kick off the fun.

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Bicycle tour from Vermont to Québec City

Bicycle tour from Vermont to Québec City

The 9 day ride follows some of the oldest routes in North America, winding through small villages, past tidy farms, and by imposing churches that serve as centerpieces for their towns, from Vermont in the USA to Quebec City, in Canada.

Cycle the shores of Lake Champlain along the beautiful lakeside city of Burlington, Vermont, the Richelieu and the St. Lawrence Rivers, tracing Champlain’s voyage to end in Quebec City, a city known for its history, beauty, and European air. Bilingual tour leaders will assist you with any language barriers in Canada’s only French-speaking province. Follow sections of Québec’s famous La Route Verte bike route and the Chemin du Roy – which links Montreal and Québec City and is the oldest road in Canada. Explore historic Québec City with an engaging local guide and appreciate the magnificent old-world charm of the city’s architecture.