Tour of New England Gravel Cycling

Tour of New England Gravel Cycling

Tour of New England Gravel Cycling

Tour of New England Gravel Cycling

Tour of New England Gravel Cycling

September 22nd - 27th, 2024

September 22nd - 27th, 2024

September 22nd - 27th, 2024

September 22nd - 27th, 2024

September 22nd - 27th, 2024

A 6-day, point-to-point gravel cycling journey across New England

Dates

September 22nd - 27th, 2024

Activities

Biking

Biking

Biking

Activity Level

4

4

4

4

Welcome!

New England offers a plethora of some of the nation’s best gravel and quiet back roads. There is no better way to explore its beautiful bucolic and historic landscapes than by bike. Our journey starts in Connecticut’s Litchfield County Hills, through Massachusetts’ impressive Berkshires, then finishes in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountain National Forest. Over the 6 days, you will be treated to world class routes, 5-star support and guiding, premium accommodations, and delicious local food and beverage! This truly is a trip of a lifetime that you will be talking about for years to come!



Itinerary

Day 1

Day 1

Day 1

Day 1

Day 1

Ride the hidden corner of Connecticut from small town Bridgewater through an abandoned railway tunnel and the rolling hills of Macedonia Brook State Park. Overnight in the picturesque village of Lakeville near the prestigious Hotchkiss School campus.

Ride the hidden corner of Connecticut from small town Bridgewater through an abandoned railway tunnel and the rolling hills of Macedonia Brook State Park. Overnight in the picturesque village of Lakeville near the prestigious Hotchkiss School campus.

Ride the hidden corner of Connecticut from small town Bridgewater through an abandoned railway tunnel and the rolling hills of Macedonia Brook State Park. Overnight in the picturesque village of Lakeville near the prestigious Hotchkiss School campus.

Day 2

Day 2

Day 2

Day 2

Day 2

Cross border into Massachusetts on remote Mt. Riga dirt road, stop in Stockbridge town of James Taylor's "Sweet Baby James" and Norman Rockwell Museum, end day in cultural hub Lenox near Tanglewood and farm-to-table restaurants.

Cross border into Massachusetts on remote Mt. Riga dirt road, stop in Stockbridge town of James Taylor's "Sweet Baby James" and Norman Rockwell Museum, end day in cultural hub Lenox near Tanglewood and farm-to-table restaurants.

Cross border into Massachusetts on remote Mt. Riga dirt road, stop in Stockbridge town of James Taylor's "Sweet Baby James" and Norman Rockwell Museum, end day in cultural hub Lenox near Tanglewood and farm-to-table restaurants.

Day 3

Day 3

Day 3

Day 3

Day 3

Ride past the city of Pittsfield to the college town Williamstown, home of Williams College, in time to climb and descend Mt. Greylock for sweeping views of surrounding valleys and ranges.

Ride past the city of Pittsfield to the college town Williamstown, home of Williams College, in time to climb and descend Mt. Greylock for sweeping views of surrounding valleys and ranges.

Ride past the city of Pittsfield to the college town Williamstown, home of Williams College, in time to climb and descend Mt. Greylock for sweeping views of surrounding valleys and ranges.

Day 4

Day 4

Day 4

Day 4

Day 4

Travel north into Vermont on peaceful backroads through the historical town of Bennington to overnight in quintessential Vermont village, Manchester, home to the estate of Abraham Lincoln's son, Robert Todd.

Travel north into Vermont on peaceful backroads through the historical town of Bennington to overnight in quintessential Vermont village, Manchester, home to the estate of Abraham Lincoln's son, Robert Todd.

Travel north into Vermont on peaceful backroads through the historical town of Bennington to overnight in quintessential Vermont village, Manchester, home to the estate of Abraham Lincoln's son, Robert Todd.

Day 5

Day 5

Day 5

Day 5

Day 5

Explore secluded dirt roads winding through Green Mountains-with a support van behind for safety- and head north through rolling hills to Ludlow, a ski resort town home to Okemo Mountain. This is the heart of Vermont!

Explore secluded dirt roads winding through Green Mountains-with a support van behind for safety- and head north through rolling hills to Ludlow, a ski resort town home to Okemo Mountain. This is the heart of Vermont!

Explore secluded dirt roads winding through Green Mountains-with a support van behind for safety- and head north through rolling hills to Ludlow, a ski resort town home to Okemo Mountain. This is the heart of Vermont!

Day 6


Day 6


Day 6


Day 6


Day 6


On the final day, ride east through the iconic Vermont scenery with beautiful barns, lush fields and babbling streams. As you finish, begin our favorite Hartland climb with its expansive vistas, and descend to a celebratory dinner in the charming village of Woodstock. 

On the final day, ride east through the iconic Vermont scenery with beautiful barns, lush fields and babbling streams. As you finish, begin our favorite Hartland climb with its expansive vistas, and descend to a celebratory dinner in the charming village of Woodstock. 

On the final day, ride east through the iconic Vermont scenery with beautiful barns, lush fields and babbling streams. As you finish, begin our favorite Hartland climb with its expansive vistas, and descend to a celebratory dinner in the charming village of Woodstock. 

What’s Included

  • On-trip transfers by van, and a transfer by van back to the start at the end

  • Accommodations from night 1 through night 6

  • Professional guides and complete on-ride support to carry your luggage

  • All meals on the trip

What’s Not Included

  • Travel to and from Bridgewater, CT at the start and end

  • Any alcohol purchases

  • Bike or bike rental (we can help arrange a rental)

  • Tips and personal expenses

KC&E Adventures reserves the right to make adjustments to the itinerary as weather or terrain conditions dictate or as necessary to improve the trip quality or to accommodate the comfort, convenience, and well-being of our clients.

Trip Pricing

Trip Pricing

Trip Type

Occupancy

Double

Single Supp.

Group Trip

Group Trip

Group Trip

Group Trip

Group Trip

Sep 22, 2024

Sep 22, 2024

Sep 22, 2024

Sep 22, 2024

Sep 22, 2024

$3,950

$3,950

$3,950

$4,600

$4,600

$4,600

Private Trip

Private Trip

Private Trip

Private Trip

Private Trip

Guided

Guided

Guided

Guided

Guided

$3,950

$3,950

$3,950

$4,600

$4,600

$4,600

Self-Guided

Self-Guided

Self-Guided

Self-Guided

Self-Guided

$2,500

$2,500

$2,500

$3,150

$3,150

$3,150

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