FRIDAY JULY 1 - INCLUDES THE NIGHT RIDE


8:00 a.m.

Meet at W. 33rd Street between 11th Ave and 12th Ave for our optional transportation for your bike and you.  We depart at 8:30 a.m. SHARP.  We will stop along the way so you can buy snacks or lunch to go if you wish. 

                           


11:00 a.m.

Any time from 11:00 a.m. or later you can check in to the campground or head out for a day of paddling.


6:00 p.m.

Dinner in the campground. This is included in the price of the ride.


6:00 p.m.

Meet at W. 33rd Street between 11th Ave and 12th Ave for our second optional transportation deparute for your bike and you.  We depart at 8:30 p.m. SHARP.  We will stop along the way so you can buy snacks or lunch to go if you wish. 


9:00 p.m. -- Depart the campground for the Night Ride. We will transport your bike and you to the place where we begin to pedal along the Lackawaxen River. It’s 17 miles -- all downhill!



SATURDAY JULY 2


8:00 a.m.

Meet at W. 33rd Street between 11th Ave and 12th Ave for our optional transportation for your bike and you.  We depart at 8:30 a.m. SHARP.  We will stop along the way so you can buy snacks or lunch to go if you wish. 


8:00 a.m.

Coffee, egg sandwiches, pastry -- all a two-block walk from the campground, and included in the price of the ride.


11:30 a.m.

Depart from the campground with our bikes for Bethel Woods. (We will NOT be pedaling to Bethel Woods, which is a grueling ride up giant hills. We will transport your bike and you from the campground to Bethel Woods for free).



Tour of the local distillery plus spirits tasting.


Fully-supported 20-mile bicycle ride from the site of the original Woodstock music festival to the ice cream store in Barryville on a lovely marked route.


Serious downhills as we ride along the Delaware River.


Transportation post-ride back to the campground, or pedal back to the campground (but be aware that it’s 15 miles with a thousand feet of climbing -- do-able for the experienced cyclist; remarkably unpleasant for the average cyclist).


If you'd prefer, this is a great day for paddling down the Delaware by kayak, canoe, or raft -- your choice. Several distances available. 


Pre-dinner snack and drinks in the campground.


Dinner (in the campground or at the local fire house -- TBD)


Campfire with songs, s'mores, marshmallows, and more.


Admission to the Woodstock site is free. If you wish to visit the indoor museum there it costs extra -- you pay when you arrive there. 



SUNDAY - JULY 3

Sunday activities include:


Pancake breakfast


Fully supported ride from Hawk's Nest down to Dingman's Falls.


Lunch provided by a great Italian deli


Paddling down the Delaware RIver by kayak, canoe, or raft -- your choice.


Several distances available.


BBQ dinner in the campground. Great options for vegetarians too.


9:00 p.m. - Optional return transport to NYC



MONDAY - JULY 4


Monday activities include:


Optional - 6- or 23 mile ride to Skinner's Falls -- your choice of routes (or we can drive you there).


Inner tubing at Skinner's Falls. RIde down the falls, bring your tube back, do it again and again as many times as you wish.


Picnic lunch at Skinner's Falls


Paddling down the Delaware RIver by kayak, canoe, or raft -- your choice. Several distances available.


3:00 p.m. -- Optional return transport to NYC.





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