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Finger Lakes

Cycling vacations between lakes and vineyards
Guided
Accompanied travel is our turnkey package. You choose your destination and we take care of the rest! Itineraries, accommodation, meals, support on the road - everything is planned, and all you have to do is ride. And best of all, you can ride at your own pace, starting at your own convenience. Our guide is there for you every step of the way, making sure your cycling days run smoothly. Download the schedule of departures - accompanied tours

From

3395$

per person

Duration

8 days

7 nights

Level

Level:

3 - Moderate - hilly, sometimes mountainous - 50 to 80 km

Dates and prices

Date*
Duration
Prices from
Note
Date*
July 13 to 20, 2024
Duration
8 days / 7 nights
Price from :
3395.00 / person
( * Contact us to check availability. )

Thumbs up to the sky!

Formerly Iroquois territory, hard-fought for two centuries, the Finger Lakes region turned to wine in the 1830s. Today, it is New York State's leading producer, with over a hundred wineries offering mainly white wines.

So there are sweets to be savoured after a long day's cycling, in a setting that is both demanding and splendid. It's green with forests, but also deeply blue - the blue of the oblong lakes you'll have the pleasure of cycling along for most of the route: Cayuga, Seneca and Canandaigua. You're sure to come away with your thumb in the sky!

Package including

round-trip coach transportation between Saint-Lambert (south shore of Montreal) and Auburn;

7 nights in a three-star hotel, double occupancy;

7 breakfasts and 1 dinner;

  • Bicycle transportation by truck (no boxing required);
  • ferry travel;
  • Luggage transportation (one per person, maximum 15 kg);
  • mechanical breakdown service and access to a support vehicle;
  • GPX data, maps and daily routes;
  • taxes;

 

Package including

round-trip coach transportation between Saint-Lambert (south shore of Montreal) and Auburn;

7 nights in a three-star hotel, double occupancy;

7 breakfasts and 1 dinner;

  • Bicycle transportation by truck (no boxing required);
  • ferry travel;
  • Luggage transportation (one per person, maximum 15 kg);
  • mechanical breakdown service and access to a support vehicle;
  • GPX data, maps and daily routes;
  • taxes;

 

Package excluding

  • equipment, such as bicycles
  • protection from the Fonds d'indemnisation des clients des agents de voyages (FICAV), i.e. $1 per $1,000 and the applicable discount.

Package excluding

  • equipment, such as bicycles
  • protection from the Fonds d'indemnisation des clients des agents de voyages (FICAV), i.e. $1 per $1,000 and the applicable discount.

Other information

Departure/return

Saint-Lambert
Auburn (NY)

Auburn (NY)
Martinsburg

From 12 to 28 cyclists, accompanied by our guide.

Other information

Departure/return

Saint-Lambert
Auburn (NY)

Auburn (NY)
Martinsburg

From 12 to 28 cyclists, accompanied by our guide.

Consult the gradients

Discover the altitude differences on this itinerary and plan your next trip with all the information you need. Please note that gradients are provided for information purposes only and do not always represent reality on the ground.

Day by day cycling itinerary

Short route: 286 km - Long route: 405 km
1

Day 1

Meet at 8:30 a.m. in Saint-Lambert and depart at 9 a.m. Arrival in Auburn around 2:30 p.m. Lunch break en route.

2

Day 2

Auburn, Union Spring, Aurora, Ithaca (72 km).

3

Day 3

Day at leisure or loop via Trumansbury, Taughannock Falls State Park (46 km).

4

Day 4

Ithaca, Mecklenbury, Burdett, Watkins Glen, Dundee, Penn Yan (80 km).

5

Day 5

Penn Yan, Middlesex, Vine Valley, Crystal Beach, Canandaigua (49 km).

6

Day 6

Free day or loop via Bristol Center, South Bristol, Bristol Spring, Seneca Point or Ontario County Park (52 or 59 km).

7

Day 7

Canandaigua, Clifton Spring, Phelps, Geneva, Waterloo, Seneca Falls (52 km)

8

Day 8

Seneca Falls, Montezuma, Auburn (29 or 43 km). Departure from Auburn at 1:00 pm. Arrival in Saint-Lambert around 7:00 pm. Meal break en route.