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The Insane "On Water" Bike Path 2 Hours From Montreal You Absolutely Need To Conquer

14 miles of pure beauty!

Have you ever dreamt of  walking on water like your favorite super heroes? Well, I know I have and now all our dreams can come true if you are willing to drive merely 2 hours away from Montreal and love biking!

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 Island Line Trail, also known as Colchester Causeway, is located in Vermont and it is an epic 14-mile rail trail that you must try! I swear it is almost too epic to handle. You can see all of Lake Champlain as you fly over the water on your bike and create memories of a life time!

Via onlyinyourstate


 Island Line Trail is a pretty long bike path, but it is still labeled as fairly easy and absolutely stunning! PLUS, they have a ferry that takes you from Colchester to South Hero, Vermont. The causeway in-between them is a 200-foot gap so the Island Line Bike Ferry shuttles cyclists across the gap, giving them a little break!

Via Amanda Eberhard


General Information:

Distance: 2 hours away from Montreal 

Location: Burlington Vermont

Features: 14-mile bike path, stunning views, public beaches, natural areas, scenic vistas, and a ferry ride

Schedule: Bike Path = Open Daily, Ferry Schedule:

SPRING: Fridays, Weekends & Holidays (May 26 - June 11)

SUMMER: 7 Days a Week (June 16 - Sept 4)

Price:  FREE bike path! Ferry prices:

Round Trip: $8 Adults, $5 Youth 7-17, free 6 & under

One Way: $5 Adults and Youth, free 6 & unde

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Emily Draicchio From the core of Montreal, Emily is an upcoming Art History student attending McGill. She has joined the MTL Blog team as their newest creative writer. Her goal is to have an active life while discovering the virtues of Montreal! Join her on her journey with visuals from her Instagram @emdraicchio. She is a self-proclaimed cactus whisperer who can't get enough of soccer and EDM, She loves to talk... and talk... and talk, so it's time to hear her voice!

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