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Cycling


One of the best ways to explore the Lake Sunapee Region is on two wheels. From scenic country roads and interesting lake shorelines to beautiful New England villages—you’re guaranteed a scenic ride. The terrain varies from paved and gravel roads to easy, moderate and difficult climbs. This page is dedicated to some of our favorite road bike rides. Each link below will take you to a route description and links to our Strava maps for turn-by-turn directions.
 
Have a road bike route you love in the Lake Sunapee Region? We would love to hear about it! Send us your favorite cycling routes and we’ll feature them on the page.
 
More road bike routes coming soon!

 

Pedaling for a Pint
Start and Finish: Flying Goose Pub & Grille, New London, NH
13.16 miles, 853 feet total
Gradual with a few rolling hills. Paved and smooth gravel roads.
Route Description and Map

 

Potter Place RT to Highland Lake
Start and Finish: Potter Place, Andover, NH
15.29 miles, 442 feet total
Level with one good sized hill. Paved, gravel and dirt roads (10 miles on the Northern Rail Trail)
Route Description and Map


Lake to Lake with some Rail
Start and Finish: Elkins parking lot by Pleasant Lake, New London, NH
23.6 miles, 830 feet total
Paved, Rail Trail, scenic views, lakes and ponds
Route Description and Map

 

10 Down, More Up
Start and Finish: Flying Goose Pub & Grille, New London, NH
28.4 miles, 2,430 feet total
Paved. Moderate-to-hard with some serious climbing
Route Description and Map

 

C’s Tour of the Lakes
Start and Finish: Flying Goose Pub & Grille, New London, NH
30 miles, 2,395 feet total
Paved roads. Hilly, back country roads and a few main roads. Very scenic.
Route Description and Map

 

3 Lakes, 3 Hills – Goodbye Legs
Start and Finish: Elkins parking lot by Pleasant Lake, New London, NH
46.89 miles, 4,725 feet total
Terrain: Paved, beautiful views, very difficult. 
Route Description and Map

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