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Vermont Gravel

Stowe, Vermont - May 24th-27th

What could be better than bikes, beer and maple syrup?  During the day we will enjoy the quiet country roads (or trails) as we conquer some of the most beautiful mixed surface roads on the east coast. For those looking for a bit of an extra challenge we can always toss in a few of the toughest  gaps in the Green Mountains. The evenings will be focused on refueling  with the local farm fresh foods and beer that Vermont is legendary for. The camp will take place in Stowe and the surrounding areas located under an hour away from the Burlington airport. 

Home base for this camp is a beautiful six bedroom house that sits on a gorgeous hillside piece of property with breathtaking, bucolic views of surrounding mountains, farms, and pastures—and amazing sunsets. The extra-long rustic farmhouse table is perfect for our family-style meals. A spacious living room with cathedral ceilings and view-framing windows is equipped with comfy furniture and a fireplace. The bedrooms are dispersed throughout the three levels of the home which adds comfort and privacy. There is also a ping pong table for a little payback to the other camper who might have stolen your KOM earlier that day.

This camp is focused on riding gravel roads but there are plenty of paved options as well for those of you who might prefer to stay off the dirt.   If you do not own a gravel bike there are rental options available or you might get by with your current road bike with wide tires.  I am happy to discuss what you have and what might be needed if you are unsure.  

Camp cost includes accommodations and all family-style meals at the house. Transportation, bike rentals, sports nutrition is not included. Private rooms are based on single occupancy and shared bathrooms. If you would like to share a private room additional cost will apply.  Private rooms have a one bed per room; shared rooms have two beds per room. 

Private Room - $1285/per room
Shared Room - $985/per bed


Day 1 Arrival Day: Get settled in the house and meet the other campers over a family style meal. For those arriving early a short ride file will be provide if you would like to stretch the legs after traveling. 

Days 2 & 3: Ride options ranging from 20 to 60+ miles depending on what your goals. Groups will be broken up as needed to ensure everyone feels comfortable, supported and that your personal needs are met.   

Day 4 Departure: For those early risers we can sneak a short but challenging ride to the top of Stowe Gap (9 miles 1,500 ft+ climb) before you pack up, say our good byes and head home. 


Camp Cost is all-inclusive covering accommodations and family style meals at the house. 

Family-style meals are prepared focusing on lean proteins, leafy greens and root vegetables. The focus is on food that will help you recover from and prepare for the days of riding.  

Skill discussions throughout the weekend on group riding, gravel specific bike handling, cornering, descending, nutrition and/or anything else you might be wondering about. 

There will also be a daily Endurance Sports Breathwork Session. 

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