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 D Emily is currently studying Art History at McGill, but art isn't her only passion! She is also a self-proclaimed cactus whisperer who loves flowers, crab cakes and trying new things.