The most eastern part of the Maine Coast is known as “Downeast Maine.” Encompassing over 5000 square miles with only 1 stop light, Downeast Maine offers miles of pristine cycling. Join us as we explore off-the-beaten-track Maine and spending a day cycling into Canada.
After several days Downeast, you will ride a ferry into Bar Harbor, with stunning views of Acadia National Park as the backdrop.
Solitude and Sunrises: $3,395.00 per person
Bike Rental: Hybrid or All Road Bike Included
Single Supplement: $700.00
Your leaders will collect you from your hotel in Bangor for the transfer to the quiet village of Lubec. After lunch overlooking the ocean, We enjoy a short warm up ride along Passamaquoddy Bay.
You begin your day on a whale-watching tour on the Bay of Fundy. In the afternoon, you cross into Canada for lunch, a visit to the Roosevelt house, and cycling on Campobello Island
You start the day in the van and shuttle to the Pembroke Reversing Falls, which can be quite dramatic if the tide is right. From here, you will cycle towards Eastport, the easternmost city in the United States. Eastport has become a cool little town with lots of artists and cool shops. In the afternoon, you return to Lubec via ferry.
You experience the dramatic power of the open ocean as it crashes along the Schoodic’s rugged shore. Explore the charming town of Winter Harbor and cycle through the Grindstone Neck home to some lovely summer cottages before cycling to the fishing village of Corea for a walk on a secret beach. In the evening, we enjoy fresh Maine lobster.
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.
You start your day with an early morning ride on Acadia’s famous Park Loop Road. The early start allows us to enjoy the ride before the crowds enter the park. At noon we will shuttle you back to Bangor.