|Ride Time||06:00 w/o stops|
|Endpoints||Stowe, VT, Stowe, VT|
|Submitted By||Ed Conde|
Info on NER GPX Files Content
Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is considered by some to be the last bastion of “Old Vermont.” This lightly traveled corner of the State has lots of wilderness and moose.
This ride begins on Route 16 to Caspian Lake and Willey’s General Store in Greensboro. Continue past Crystal Lake to Route 5A south and beautiful Lake Willoughby. Visit the Summit of Burke Mountain. Skirt St. Johnsbury before riding twisty and scenic Route 102 along the Connecticut River. Ride Route 114 along the Canadian border Route 105 and Route 111 past Island Pond and Lake Seymour before taking Route 14 back toward Stowe. Lunch is at the Subway or the Wilderness Restaurant in Colebrook, NH.
** Shorter Version (included in GPX) **
This 227 mile ride is very similar to the longer version. Instead of continuing north on VT 102 to the Canadian border, this ride turns west on Route 105 and Route 111 to lunch at K.T. Rays on the Pond (review) in Island Pond. Turn-by-Turn (approx 5 1/2 hours without stops.)
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