The Wonders of Newburyport Bike Tour


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This beautiful tour starts at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and takes us to scenic Plum Island where we ride for several miles alongside dunes and salt marshes with frequent views of migratory wildlife. After a short hike on the new Hellcat boardwalk trail, we reverse course and meander through historic 18th Century neighborhoods to downtown Newburyport for our lunch break. The ride continues past Federal-era mansions on High St. to Maudslay State Park, following quiet wooded roads beside the lovely Artichoke Reservoirs. Wide-shouldered Scotland Road opens up with three miles of uninterrupted cycling past the Wet Meadows and Common Pastures Conservation Areas. The Clipper City Rail Trail brings us back through Newburyport and along the Merrimack River Waterfront, with a total of 30 miles. Throughout the day, your guides will share information about the area’s historic and natural highlights. This ride has about 800 ft. of climb over a total of 30 miles. (* the route can be viewed at
The starting point of the ride will be Parker River Wildlife Refuge headquarters at  6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport , MA, 01950


Start Date: 10/2/2022,
Class Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Day of Week: Sunday
Instructor: Ciclismo Classico Staff
Status: Running/Openings