Two Great Car Free Bicycle Trails in New England

Carriage Trails, Acadia National Park

Why worry about cars and trucks when you can ride alone or just with hikers and horseback riders.  At Acadia National Park in Maine, you'll be amazed by the beauty and serenity of riding through the hard gravel paths of  the Carriage Trails.  Here, you'll discover 45 miles of 16' wide paths car-free paths that will leave other trails in the dust.  If you only had one day to spend biking in Maine this year, this is where you should be.  You'll discover waterfalls, stone bridges and endless views of the granite shores of the East Coast in this 47,000 acre National Park. This is the perfect place to have the batteries of your helmet cams fully charged and every HD action camera 1080p that you own to get as many shots of this spectacular scenery. 

Island Line Rail Trail is the closest you'll ever get to walking or riding on water.  This 14 mile stretch is a great introductory ride that connects with the Burlington Bike Path, Colchester Causeway Trail and the Allen Point Access Area in South Hero where the Local Motion Ferry delivers cyclist from an Island in the middle of Lake Champlain.  Be sure to have your helmet cams  ready for the view of the Green Mountains, Adirondack Mountains and the blue skys above Lake Champlain! Bring every action camera 1080p you have for this spectacular ride.  

Enjoy and record  all your adventures.

Island Line Rail Trail, Vermont