Bicycling Door County
Find out why Door County is one of the nation’s best kept secrets as you join local experts on an idyllic bicycling adventure, discovering orchards, wineries and traditional cuisine.
Program No. 21239RJ
6 days
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Getting There
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At a Glance

Bicycle the tranquil and scenic coastal roads that line the nearly 300 miles of coastline in beautiful Door County as you become acquainted with charming fishing villages, pristine natural sanctuaries and unique ways of life in an American paradise. Led by an experienced biking outfitter and met along the way by local experts, learn about Door County agriculture at an orchard and winery, explore quaint Egg Harbor, absorb the history of the Cana Island Lighthouse and observe daily life in the peaceful village of Ephraim and taste the bounty of Door County’s vital fishing industry in the form of fresh whitefish from Lake Michigan.
Activity Level
Moderately Challenging
Recommended for novice to experienced cyclists comfortable biking up to five hours/day on flat to moderately rolling terrain. Participants will bike as a group 20-38 miles/day following the group leader at a rate of 10-12 miles/hour, with rest breaks every 20 minutes. Must bring and wear own helmet. Weather conditions, such as wind and rain may affect biking difficulty. Walking up to one mile/day, standing for up to two hours/day.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Bike to the crown jewel of Door County, the pristine, 3,700-acre Peninsula State Park, for a visit and introduction to Eagle Bluff Lighthouse.
  • Sit by the fire and experience one of Door County’s unique, Scandinavian fish boils while a local storyteller presents an entertaining (yet historical) re-enactment of the namesake "Peter Rowley."
  • Hop a ferry and explore Washington Island, one of the 50-plus islands located on Lake Michigan.

General Notes

Bikes provided. Participants must supply and wear personal bicycle helmet.
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