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Lake Champlain Bikeways - Voies Cyclables Du Lac Champlain

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Millenium Trails

Making history: LCB is proud to be designated as Vermont's Millennium Legacy Trail. read more

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont

Lake Champlain Bikeways is proud to partner with BCBS of VT - working together to promote healthy, active lifestyles in the Champlain Valley.

Which publications would you like?

   
Island Line Trail Map
Lake Champlain Islands Bikeways
Guide to the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail
Northwest Dairyland
Town and Country Bikeways
Revivez L'aventure de Champlain a Velo
Heart of Vermont Bikeways**
Lake Champlain Transportation (Ferry Schedule)
 

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** - The Heart of Vermont Bikeways guide can also be ordered from the Addison County Chamber of Commerce, 2 Court Street, Middlebury, VT 05753, (802) 388-7951 or 1-800-SEE-VERMONT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

General requests: info@champlainbikeways.org

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

Vermont: Lou Bresee lou@champlainbikeways.org
New York: Doug Yu doug@adk.com

 

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.