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Pedal the Coast S.G.



Dies ist eine gemütliche Tour entlang der wunderschönen Küste von Maine. Sie bekommen einen guten Eindruck von der reichen Geschichte dieses Küstenstaates. Sie genießen die ruhige Schönheit des Pemaquid Point, dem östlichen und westlichen Ufer der Penobscot Bay und Blue Hill Bay. Die Tour endet mit einer Radtour durch den Acadia Nationalpark.

7 Tage
375 km / 233 mi
$ 1,925.- / € 1,714.-
  • Tour can start on any date on Sunday.
  • Six nights lodging and breakfast and all lodging taxes and gratuities.
  • Choice of regular or flat bar road bike
  • Daily luggage transfer.
  • Entrance fee for Penobscot Narrows Bridge.
  • Excellent maps and route descriptions and emergence support.
  • Option to shorten or extend the daily distances.
  • Per booking the use of a GPS unit loaded with route instructions.
  • Night before and after the tour not included.



7 Tage
Leicht = Untrainiert, normale Kondition
Moderat = guter Radfahrer mit guter Kondition
Anspruchsvoll = sehr Erfahren, sehr gut trainiert
Tour führung
Gruppentour = Mit Führung und Support
Individuell = mit Beschreibung und Karten
40-60 km / 25-37 mi
375 km / 233 mi
DeLuxe = 4-5 Sterne Hotel oder Excellence B&B
Basic = 1-2 Sterne Hotel/Motel oder B&B
Camping = Zelt, Sporthalle oder Firmegelände
Luxus, Bett mit Frühstück
Daily luggage transfers
01 May 2019 - 21 Oct 2019
Self-Guided Bike Tours can start on any Sunday.
Damiriscotta (10.00)
Bay Harbor (12.00)
Flughafen Anfang
Portland Int. Jetport (PWM)
Flughafen Ende
Portland Int. Jetport (PWM)


Preis pro Person
The tour price per person
$ 1,925.-
E-bike rental
$ 250.-
Zuschlag zur Einzel
Wenn Sie auf Reisen nur eine einzige zusätzliche Gebühr. With some group tours you can avoid a single supplement by sharing a room with another rider.
$ 1,925.-


Day 1: Boothbay Harbor to Pemaquid Point

Leaders will collect you in Portland, ME on the 1st morning of your trip for the one hour transfer to Boothbay Harbor. Begin your trip cycling stunning Ocean Point before pedaling to the charming village of Damariscotta and to the inn in the shadow of the Pemaquid Point Light. Cycling: 45 to 50 miles Lodging: The Bradley Inn.

Day 2: Pemaquid Point to Clark Island

Today you visit historic Pemaquid Harbor where the English and the French fought for control of New England during the French and Indian Wars. Later you cycle to the “off the beaten track” town of Waldoboro for a glimpse of small town life in Maine.
Cycling 63 miles, Lodging: The Craignair Inn

Day 3: Clark Island to Camden

Begin your ride exploring the quiet peninsula of Spruce Point before cycling to Birch Point State Park and the spectacular Owls Head Light as it stands guard over Penobscot Bay. Your ride then takes you to the eclectic village of Rockland, home to the Farnsworth Museum of Art, which features an extensive collection of the art of the Wyeth Family, The Island Institute dedicated to preserving Maine’s Island communities, and a number of charming shops and galleries. You finish your day in the picturesque town of Camden where you enjoy a sunset sail on Penobscot Bay. Cycling options: 30 or 53 miles Lodging: The Hartstone Inn

Day 4: Camden to Castine

The rolling hills of Camden offer miles of riding on quiet country roads. Follow these roads though the summer community of Bayside and into the coastal town of Belfast and enjoy lunch before a short transfer. Your ride continues along the western shore of Penobscot Bay and into the historically rich town of Castine.
Cycling: 53 miles Lodging: The Castine Inn

Day 5: Castine to Bar Harbor

Your adventure continues as you explore the town of Castine, a historical gem that has flown the flag of four nations during its rich history. Your morning ride through town is a journey through pre-colonial American history. After exploring Castine, your ride continues along miles of quiet coastal roads before cycling onto Mt Desert Island and to the town of Bar Harbor.
Cycling Options: 52 miles Lodging: The Manor House Inn

Day 6: The Quiet side of Acadia

Today you cycle to the quiet side of Acadia National Park, winding through charming villages to the town of Bass Harbor and the famous Bass Harbor Light.
Cycling Options: 65 miles Lodging: The Manor House Inn

Day 7: Cycling Acadia National Park

You end a memorable bike tour cycling Acadia National Park’s famous Park Loop Road as it winds along the shore and end with a climb up Cadillac Mountain before your transfer to Portland.
Cycling Options: 24 or 30 miles

Map & Routes

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