Lyndonville Maples ride

This ride is from Cycling the Kingdom by the Northeastern Vermont Development Association. “The views and vistas along Darling Hill Road — the main event of this ride — are unsurpassed. Century-old sugar maples form a canopy of color during foliage season and a respite from the sun in spring and summer. Perfect for all abilities. Don’t be deterred by the hill out of East Burke; you’ll be amply awarded for your efforts! Even skinny tired bikes can handle the unpaved roadway near the Inn at Mountain View Creamery and the Wildflower Inn.
Start:   Rt. 5, Lyndonville, VT
Distance: 11.4 miles Terrain: Level to rolling with one major hill Ability levels: Energetic beginners to advanced Conditions: Paved and unpaved roads. Suitable for road and mountain bikes and hybrids. Railroad tracks as shown Attractions: Lyndonville: Sanborn Covered Bridge (and real estate office), Millers Run Covered Bridge Services: Lodging: East Burke, Lyndonville; Stores: East Burke, Lyndonville; Restaurants: East Burke, Lyndonville; Bike Shops: East Burke, Lyndonville


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