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Central Vermont has state parks and rail trails just perfect for biking

Biking by the Lake - Lake Morey Resort - Fairlee, VT
Lake Morey Resort

1 Clubhouse Road Fairlee, VT, 05045 Phone: 802-333-4311 Toll-Free: 800-423-1211

Enjoy the fresh mountain air, scenic roadways and trails as you ride

Vermont has a well-deserved reputation as one of the country’s most bike-friendly states, so it’s no surprise that biking is one of the many activities offered at the Lake Morey Resort, perched along a pristine 600-acre mountain lake. You can bike five miles along the lake’s shores at your own pace, or venture out onto nearby trails and byways for some of New England’s most scenic vistas. Guests can bring their own bikes or ask ahead of time if bikes are available at the resort. After your ride, come back for a swim in the heated indoor pool or some time in the sauna, grab a bite at the restaurant or just relax by the lake or in your comfortable room, suite or private cottage.
Delaware & Hudson Rail Trail

Along local roads Castleton and Poultney, West Pawlet and Rupert, VT Phone:

This bike trail, on a former railroad bed, is 20 miles long and divided into two sections. The two sections in Vermont are separated by a length of trail in New York State. The Vermont sections stretch between between Castleton and Poultney, and between West Pawlet and Rupert. The trail passes through pretty countryside and there are places along the trail to have a picnic, fish, and stop for refreshments at stores.
The trail is open to walkers, bicyclists and horseback riders, snowshoers, skiers and snowmobiles. Trail access for the northern section is at Castleton State College or along Main Street in Castleton and in Poultney village adjacent to the old train station on Depot Street. Trail access for the southern section is at West Pawlet village on Egg Street and at the connection of Route 153 and Hebron Road.
Maps and guide
Trust for Public Land - Protecting Vermont's cherished trails one step at a time