It doesn't get much better than this
Scenic country roads, impressive backdrops, and a variety of terrain for all fitness levels — it sounds like biking on the Adirondack Coast! The Lake Champlain Region's diverse landscape means there are a lot of options for the two-wheel set. The impossibly blue waters of Lake Champlain make a nice companion to a ride and so do the mountains of the High Peaks, which tower above rolling farmland and gentle forests. Whether you're looking for an afternoon ride, an all-day trek, or an easy (or extreme) mountain biking adventure, the Lake Champlain Region has plenty of trails, roads, and routes to explore.
Ride through a natural snowglobe
Love biking and don't want to give it up in the winter? Don't worry, we have the answer: fat tire biking. Hop on a fat tire bike and enjoy the sensation of riding great trails in your own winter wonderland. It's a fun, healthy way to spend time in the great outdoors of the Lake Champlain Region. The views are great and we think you'll love the adventure of floating over the snow on super-wide, knobby tires. It's a different experience — the bikes are heavier and slower, for example — but it's no less fun than biking on any other surface or in any other season!
As with any activity in the Lake Champlain region, biking is best enjoyed while staying in one of our many lodging options and followed by a warm meal and a cold beer. Or take a break from the two-wheel action and shop for an Adirondack souvenir or check out any of our other limitless outdoor activities.
Leave No Trace
The magic of the Adirondacks is the result of previous generations taking a long view and protecting the mountains, lakes, and rivers within the Blue Line. That tradition continues today as we support and encourage everyone to practice Leave No Trace ethics, which help protect the lands and waters of the Adirondacks.