Experience my idea of the perfect Maine bike tour. Bike, kayak, and sail. Discover the Maine coast as you cycle through fishing villages, famous towns, and breathtaking coastal scenery.
You’ll see Maine as it really is and discover the flavors and colors that make it unique. You’ll dine on lobster and seafood fresh from the sea and catch the sunset from the deck of a wooden schooner.
Your guides will lead you through Acadia National Park and around a picturesque island. There’s plenty of time off-bike to taste, touch, see and do. It’s all at your pace…because after all; it’s your vacation!
- Experience Penobscot Bay from the deck of a classic wooden schooner
- Enjoy six days of cycling the spectacular Maine Coast
- Savor a wonderful mix of fresh seafood and fine dining
- Kayak along the Maine coast with seals and dolphins
May 15-20, 22-27
June 5-10, 12-17, 19-24, 26-July 1
July 10-15, 17-22, 24-29, 31- Aug 5
August 7-12,14-19, 21-26, 28-Sep 2
September 4-9, 11-16, 18-23, 25-30
October 2-7, 9-14
Price $2,895.00 pp
Portland, ME (PWM)
Day 1 – Exploring Acadia on the Famous Carriage Roads
Guides will meet you at the Ocean Gateway Visitors center on the Portland waterfront for the start of the tour. Picture breathtaking scenery, gentle grades, and car-free cycling, and you have Acadia’s famous carriage roads. A gift of John D. Rockefeller to help the people of America enjoy Acadia’s beauty the carriage roads offer the opportunity to cycle through stately forests of pine and birch and to enjoy panoramic views of Mount Desert Island.
- 12, 24, or 35 miles
- Meals: Lunch & Dinner
- First of 2 nights: The Harborside Hotel
Day 2 – The Rugged Beauty of the Schoodic Peninsula
Today we enjoy a unique ferry ride across Frenchman Bay to Winter Harbor and the Schoodic Peninsula. We experience the dramatic power of the open ocean as it crashes along the Schoodic’s rugged shore. Explore the charming town of Winter Harbor and cycle through the Grindstone Neck home to some lovely summer cottages before cycling to the fishing village of Corea for a walk on a secret beach. In the evening we enjoy fresh Maine lobster.
- 15, 29, or 35 miles
- Meals: Breakfast & Lunch & Dinner
- Second of 2 nights: The Harborside Hotel
Day 3 – Park Loop Road.
Today we will cycle the famous Park Loop Road as it winds its way along the coast and through the Park. Visit Thunder Hole, and Sand Beach two of the park’s highlights and the ambitious can cycle up Cadillac Mountain the highest point on the Eastern Seaboard between Maine and Rio. The early start allows us to enjoy the ride before the crowds enter the park. After lunch, we transfer to the charming town of Camden where you enjoy a free afternoon the explore the town.
- Cycling Options: 16 or 28 miles
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Day 4 – Kayaking and Sailing
In the morning, we discover Penobscot Bay from the cockpit of a kayak, paddling along the coast and amongst the islands. Your kayak takes you from charming Rockport harbor to an equally charming Camden harbor. Along the way the will be ample opportuniites for wildlife spotting and exploring an island during a picnic lunch. In the afternoon, we enjoy a sailboat ride on an antique wooden schooner.
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
- The Hartstone Inn
Day 5 – Cycling Islesboro Maine’s Friendliest Island
The early morning ferry carries us to Islesboro where stately pines and 40 room cottages serve as a backdrop for our cycling tour around one of Maine’s prettiest islands. Long and thin Islesboro often offers ocean views on both sides of the road. We will pause for a short hike around Pendelton Point before cycling up island and visiting the Grindle Point Lighthouse.
Day 6 – Cycling the Prettiest Six Miles in New England
Our morning ride carries us to the charming village of Rockport. A wonderful mix of ocean views and gently rolling farms highlight our ride. We conclude our trip at noon and we will arrive back in Portland at 2:00 pm where will drop you at the airport or a local hotel.
- 7 miles
- Meals: Breakfast
- Five nights’ lodging
- All lodging taxes and gratuities
- Most meals – including four dinners, five breakfasts, and four lunches
- All taxes and gratuities for these meals
- Hybrid Bike Rental
- Expenses paid for ferry transits, kayaking, and sailing aboard the schooner
- Entrance fee for Acadia National Park
- Experienced Summer Feet Guides
- Detailed route notes and maps
- Van support including fresh water, ample snacks, and “relief rides”
- Summer Feet Souvenirs – a cycling water bottle and t-shirt (available in men’s and women’s fit)
- Alcoholic beverages are not included in the package price and are always at your discretion
Maine’s Gold Cost: $2,895 per person
Bike Rentals: Hybrid Bike Rental: Included
Lodging Extras: Single Supplement: $700
“It was an amazing trip”
~ Michelle Witt
“We love Summer Feet and will come again, One of the best cycling trips ever”
~ Carol Walsh
“One of the best trips we have ever taken.”
~ Don Tarrant
“Out of the 3 bike trips we did this year, Summer Feet was by far the best.”
~ Martin Allen
“Our trip was beautiful, fun, delicious and entertaining. Thank you for all the special attention details.”
~ Laurie and Ron Ben-Moshe – Atlanta, GA
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~ Linda Zoetmulder – Zion, IL
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~ Susan and Henry Frey – Greeley, CO
“Best ever Norman… Loved the trip”
~ Gailey Gavenstein – Gainesville, FL
“Wow! Everything I expected and more – an amazing vacation.”
~ Bob Hart – Austin, TX
“Toni and I had a great first biking adventure and are inspired to do another.”
~ Alan Pollack – Los Angeles, CA
~ Jackie Turcotte – Grand Rapids, MI
“It was an exhilarating experience but extremely relaxing at the same time. I’ve fallen in love with cycling . . .”
~ Colleen Harwood – Bolton, MA
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~ Bill Brown and Nancy Reese – Littleton, CO
~ Fiona Santos – Nyack, NY