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Champlain Bikeway - East, South Bound Alternates

Mile Point

Alternate 1E - Bridport to Whitehall

153.3		Intersection of Lake St. and Rt. 125 - head east on Rt. 125 (mp 153.3).
157.4		Turn  R on Rt. 22A south.
157.9		Turn L on Rt. 125 east.
164.3		Turn R on Cider Mill Rd. at blinking light.
166.1		Turn R on Rt. 30 south.
185.2		Pass Woods Road to Hubbardton Battlefield on L.
192.4		Castleton Corners - Turn R on Rt. 4A west.
193.7		Turn L on Blissville Rd.
194.5		Turn R on River St.
196.8		Turn R on 22A
196.9		Turn L on West Rd.
199.7		Turn L on Carleton Rd.
202.7		Bear R onto County Rt. 9.
204.9		Intersection of County Routes 9 & 10 (mp 196.1).

Alternate 2E - Shelburne to Ferrisburgh

112.2		Four-way STOP at Marsett Rd. and Mount Philo Rd. (mp 112.2), head south.
120.2		Turn R at end of Mount Philo Rd. at State Park.
120.5		Turn L at Jimmo's Motel in North Ferrisburgh onto Rt. 7.
123.0		Stay straiaght on Rt. 7 at Greenbush Rd. (mp 126.4).

Alternate 3E - Grand Isle to South Hero

60.5		Continue straight on Rt. 2 at intersection with East Shore North (mp 60.5).
62.9		Pass Hyde Log Cabin on the L.
71.2		Continue straight on Rt. 2 at intersection with Landon Rd. (mp 79.2).

Alternate 4E - Isle La Motte Loop

47.9		Turn R at bridge to Isle La Motte and St. Anne's Shrine (mp 47.9).
49.0		Turn R to St. Anne's Shrine.
51.3		Turn L to cross Island. (Next left south is also paved.)
52.2		Turn L on Rt. 129 just past Post Office.
55.0		Leave Isle La Motte, turn R after bridge to North Hero (mp 47.9

Lake Champlain Bikeways Clearinghouse
c/o Local Motion Trailside Center
1 Steele Street #103
Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 652-BIKE phone/fax

General requests:

For specifics on cycling in the region, feel free to contact:

Vermont: Lou Bresee
New York: Doug Yu


Disclaimer: Users assume all risks, inherent and not inherent, in the use of materials recommending routes of the Lake Champlain Bikeways network and all affiliated organizations, and individuals disclaim any and all liability on their part for damages or injuries to persons or property should they occur. Routes are chosen, designated and/or signed because: they are popular, or are preferred, or provide continuous routes to destinations, or are lightly traveled, or are scenic, or have more room for cars and bikes, or possess a combination of these attributes.