Our Pedal the Coast light version presents the perfect opportunity to embark on an inn-to-inn bicycle tour, offering a more leisurely pace for those who wish to absorb the scenic beauty truly.
Maine’s coastline, boasting an impressive 400 miles from Kittery to the Canadian border, delivers remarkable diversity. During your inn-to-inn bike tour, you’ll get the opportunity to experience the best of the Maine Coast. Immerse yourself in the tranquil allure of Pemaquid Point, then set off on a captivating journey up the coast.
Your adventure takes you through the east and west shores of Penobscot Bay, with its picturesque views. From there, the journey continues along the mesmerizing Blue Hill Bay, whose beauty is sure to leave you captivated.
The grand finale of your trip includes a triumphant victory lap through the breathtaking Acadia National Park.
This inn-to-inn bike tour truly provides a unique and unforgettable way to experience the Maine Coast’s scenic splendor at a gentle, relaxed pace.
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Portland, Maine (PWM)
Self-Guided Tours can start on any Sunday
$2495.00 per person double occupancy
One of our staff will meet you at our waterfront pick-up location for the transfer to the first hotel. From the hotel, you will enjoy a ride along coastal roads to the fishing village of Port Clyde and the onto the Marshall Point Light, made famous by Forrest Gump. Today’s itinerary leaves plenty of time to enjoy coastal views from the lawn of the inn or to hike the trails of nearby Clark Island
Begin your ride exploring the quiet town of Port Clyde before cycling to Birch Point State Park and the spectacular Owls Head Light as it stands guard over Penobscot Bay. Your ride then takes you to the eclectic village of Rockland, home to the Farnsworth Museum of Art, which features an extensive collection of the art of the Wyeth Family, The Island Institute dedicated to preserving Maine’s Island communities, and many charming shops and galleries.
You will enjoy great views of the Camden Hills and Rockland Harbor as you ride an early morning ferry to Vinalhaven. Spend the day discovering the island, browsing downtown, and cycling up the island. Take a swim in an old granite quarry and glimpse what life on an island is like.
You have a lot of choices today. The ride from Rockland to Camden is only 10 miles. Camden is one of the most picturesque towns on the Maine Coast, featuring a well-sheltered harbor surrounded by hills lush with forests. From Camden, you can cycle in the hills or through an oceanfront preserve. Other options include sailing, kayaking, or relaxing.
The morning will start with one of our staff driving you from Camden to Acadia National park. Picture breathtaking scenery, gentle grades, and car-free cycling, and you have Acadia’s famous carriage roads. A gift of John D. Rockefeller to help the people of America enjoy Acadia’s beauty, the carriage roads offer the opportunity to cycle through stately forests of pine and birch and to enjoy panoramic views of Mount Desert Island.
Today you enjoy a unique ferry ride across Frenchman Bay to Winter Harbor and the Schoodic Peninsula. You experience the dramatic power of the open ocean as it crashes along the Schoodic’s rugged shore before cycling to a real lobstering community.
You end a memorable week cycling Acadia National Park’s famous Park Loop Road as it winds along the shore and ends with an optional climb up Cadillac Mountain before a noon transfer to Portland.