Blog :: 05-2010

Stowe VT Bike Path

Stowe Bike Path, known locally as the Rec Path is a fun way to spend the day outside getting to know the town of Stowe. It's great for families and anyone really! You can pick up the bike path in various locations along the Mountain Road. It start behind the Stowe Community Church right in town and take it all the way to the Topnotch Meadows, a 10 mile round trip. Take your time and stop for a dip in the West Branch River. Grab a bite at any number of restaurants long the path or a locally brewed beer at the Shed. You will even find the Percy Farm Corn Maze just past the half-way mark. For details on the Stowe Bike Path click here.

Map of the Stowe Bike Path

  • Stowe Bike Path: You can pick up the bike path in various locations along the Mountain Road. You can start behind the Stowe Community Church right in town and take it all the way to the Topnotch Meadows, a 10 mile round trip. Take your time and stop for a dip in the West Branch River. Grab a bit at any number of restaurants long the path or a locally brewed beer at the Shed. You will even find the Percy Farm Corn Maze just past the half-way mark. For a full map of the Stowe Bike Path click here.

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