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Steve Jermanok’s Active Travels: Inn-to-Inn Bike Trips in New England


rhododendrons are already in bloom and the yellow warblers just arrived
at my birdfeeder in the Boston burbs. With temps hitting the mid-80s
today, it’s time to break out the bike for a ride. For riders looking
for a little inn-to-inn action this summer, it’s never been cheaper to
bike in New England. Two outfitters, Bike the Whites in New Hampshire, and Country Inns Along the Trail
in Vermont, are offering three days of riding for as low as $299 per

What does that 300 bucks get you?  Detailed maps depending on
you ability, from 20 to 80 miles a day, emergency roadside assistance,
two nights lodging, two dinners, two breakfasts, and transport of your
luggage from one inn to the next. Country Inns has rides in several of
my favorite spots in Vermont, including Addison along Lake Champlain,
where you spend the night at the Barsen House Inn. See the story I wrote on biking in this part of Vermont for The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. Visit Active Travels.

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