Lake Champlain Byway
The Lake Champlain Byway is located in the northwest portion of the state. From north to south, the formal route is 184 miles long and consists of U.S. Route 2 through Grand Isle County, U.S. Route 7 through Chittenden County and then south to into Addison County. It is comprised of 22 communities along this route and more than 200 intrinsic resource sites (parks, boat launches, trails, natural areas, museums, etc.) managed by government entities and non-profits. The Byway is managed by the Lake Champlain Byway Council with a 12-member board consisting of representatives from the region’s three Regional Planning Commissions, its two Chambers, Lake Champlain Bikeways, the Lake Champlain Basin Program and five at-large members.
The Lake Champlain Byway website is currently under construction. Information on the Lake Champlain Byway is also available on the Vermont Department of Tourism & Marketing’s website »
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For more information, please contact Dan Albrecht, CCRPC Senior Planner, at (802) 846-4490 ext. *29.