Cycling

The Adirondack Coast is renowned for its great road biking. Scenic bike routes, ranging in difficulty, cross through the Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains while historic sites, small towns and postcard views offer plenty of opportunity for rest and recreation along the way.

Hundreds of  miles of bicycle trails wind through the Adirondacks and around the Lake Champlain Valley .  The 363-mile Champlain Bikeway circles the lake and crosses the Canadian border to Chambly, Quebec.

Whether you’re touring around Lake Champlain and need a spot for the night or want a place to set up a home base so you can explore what our scenic area has to offer  the lodge is a perfect spot for you.   Start your day off with our wonderful cooked to order breakfast.  We also have a garage to store your bikes in to keep them out of the elements.

Although we don’t offer dinner, there are a few restaurants that will deliver (Chinese and Italian).  The lodge offers beer and wine for sale.  Enjoy your dinner in our dining room or the screened in gazebo, which is furnished with a patio table and chairs and for after dinner a couple chaise lounges to unwind in.  Another dining option is the seasonal restaurant. Cafe Mooney Bay,  located on the lake at the marina less than a mile from the lodge.  They are usually open from May-September.

If you’re looking for a place to take a swim after your day of riding, the Point Au Roche State Park has a sandy beach less than a mile from the lodge to take a dip in.  The lodge offers beach towels for guests to use.

Below are some ideas of what our area has to offer for some day trips.

Adirondack Coast Wine Trail - 82. 7 miles, moderate
Point au Roche Family Ride - 6.5 miles, easy
The Flatlander - 20.8 miles, easy
Acres of Apples- 32.7 miles, easy
The William H. Miner Story - 35 miles, easy
Monuments, Mills and Music - 34.3 miles, moderate
Over the Hills and Far Away - 44.4 miles, difficult
The Climber- 43.8 miles, difficult