vermont

Discussion in 'North East' started by kevman, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. kevman

    kevman New Member

    2
    11
    0
    My wife and I have rented a house in southern Vermont for the second week of July. Does anyone have some suggestions for good riding roads in southern Vermont? Thanks in advance for any help!
     
  2. Mainah

    Mainah Junior Member

    471
    28
    2
    It's hard to go wrong anywhere in Vermont. Rt 100 is popular and has many side roads to explore.

    Check this website, these are the experts when it comes to riding in New England. NER

    July may be the perfect time to ride Vermont, not too much rain and the mountain valleys provide relief if it gets too hot. Nothing better than stopping for a picnic by a mountain stream.

    Also lots of things to do and see while you are out and about. Check the Vermont Vacation Guide

    I'm sure you will enjoy Vermont, it's one of the most idyllic places in the country.
     
  3. Mattman4403

    Mattman4403 Junior Member

    602
    26
    1
    there are some little roads around the lake that make some real pretty riding.
     
  4. jaceddie

    jaceddie Junior Member

    928
    28
    1
    Last year, my friend and I traveled through Vermont while checking out New England. What a beautiful state. Hope you enjoy your ride.
     
  5. kevman

    kevman New Member

    2
    11
    0
    Thanks for the tips. looks like a good site. A week may not be enough!
     
  6. martin14

    martin14 Active Member

    373
    26
    0
    That NER looks like a great site. :)

    Mt. Washington in NH is always fun.

    Roads in Quebec are not as good they should be.

    But that is a beautiful part of the country, enjoy !
     
  7. shaker

    shaker Active Member

    168
    26
    0
    Vermont's a beautiful state. A trip through the Green Mountains would be worth the ride. Woodstock seemed to me the quintessential New England town. It's great country. We spent a lot of time just finding covered bridges, and that was time well spent.
     
  8. fourhour

    fourhour Member

    11
    11
    0
    I would suggest a ride from Mad River Glen to Smugglers Notch (Ski Resorts) and then northward along the Canadian border. That 105 up north is nice with some drastic geography changes!

    Really beautiful country up that way. Lot's of cows too!