Biking Virginia

Biking on the Virginia Capital Trail

This unique 52 mile bicycle and pedestrian route, known as the Virginia Capital Trail,  links the first settlement in Jamestown ( the Colonial Capital in Williamsburg)  and Virginia’s modern seat of government in Richmond. This trail highlights the historic assets that follow Rout 5 (Virginia Byway) as well as cultural and environmental sites. Route 5,…

Central Vermont Bike Tour

Exploring Central Vermont by Bike

Our host facility for the Central Vermont Bike Tour is the Amee Farm Lodge. Located on scenic Route 100 in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains, the Amee Farm Lodge is relaxed country elegance at its best. The fully restored grand Vermont farmhouse features 15 deluxe guest rooms with wide-planked pine floors and comfortable beds…


Finding Joy on a Bicycle

Over the years we have seen many articles on Finding Joy on a Bicycle. We wanted to share a couple of those articles with you here. For those that already love riding this information will come as no surprise to you. For those new to biking we hope you find encouragement in them.   Why…


Exploring High Peaks Wilderness Area

The High Peaks Wilderness Complex is made up of approximately 275,460 acres. This wilderness draws heavy summer use but traffic slows in the fall, the best time to experience this area! There is something for everyone to enjoy. Hiking, cane/kayaking, mountain climbing, photography, biking or just taking a stroll up a shaded forest trail. The…


Get Wild in the Adirondacks

The Wild Center is one of our favorite stops in the Adirondacks! The Wild Center, formerly known as the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks, is a natural history center in Tupper Lake, New York, near the center of New York State’s Adirondack Park. Live animals, hands-on exhibits & forest trails connect guests with the…