Robert Frost Interpretive Trail

One of Vermont’s Finest Treasures Located in the Green Mountain National Forest is one of our favorite Central Vermont Tour stops – the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail.   “There is nothing commercialized or exploitative about the use of Frost’s name here. In fact, the trail and picnic area are easily missed if you’re traveling in…

Getting Wild in the Adirondacks

We are ready to get Wild in the Adirondacks! One of our new stops  this year on our New York’s Adirondack Adventure is a visit to the award-winning Wild Center, also known as the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks. USA Today  terms it a “must see,” while the New York Times calls it “stunning”   The Wild…

Visiting Whiteface Mountain

In the summertime, you’ll find great activities and adventures for the whole family at Whiteface Mountain, from the Adventure Zone and Downhill Mountain Biking to scenic Cloudsplitter Gondola Rides and 4×4 Alpine Expeditions. In the fall, take a drive up the Veterans’ Memorial Highway for breathtaking views of Adirondack fall foliage.   Our travel dates…

Cycling Central Vermont

  Cycling Central Vermont is magical! Vermont is famous for its mountains, but there are plenty of flat areas for easy pedaling. In the north of the state, the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail is a 26-mile (42km) run. Start in St. Albans, enjoy lovely scenery on the way and finish in Richford, with its views of Jay…

Best State Park Biking in Vermont

Interested in Biking in Vermont? Vermont has many wonderful roads and trails for bicycle touring or mountain biking. Bikes are also a fun way to get around the parks and campgrounds. You can bike alongside relatively flat lakes and rivers or test your skills climbing a single track mountain trail. Enjoy close views of farms…

Hydration for Cyclists

Water is crucial to the function of your body. Water-enriched blood carries oxygen and nutrients to your muscles and whisks waste away from them. Water is also expelled as perspiration–the process your body uses to cool itself. When you exercise, it is essential to replenish water and other nutrients at regular intervals to prevent these…

Improve Your Cycling For the Summer

After a winter of semi-hibernation, stodgy comfort food and inconsistent riding, cyclists emerge blinking into the sunshine in a less than highly-tuned state. So, we’ve been thinking about pre-summer preparation and how to Improve Your Cycling For the Summer Clean up your diet During the winter months, we often turn to sugary and carbohydrate-dense foods to…