Women's Rights History & Wine Country

Seneca Falls & Upstate New York

Anthony and Douglass
Anthony and Douglass

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Knitting Mill
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Anthony and Douglass
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Trip Highlights

On Demand Only: Available for your dates. 6 person min. View price and details. 

This great tour retraces the incredible history of the Women’s Rights Movement as it winds through beautiful update New York. Enjoy amazing cycling on the Erie Canal, a fabulous bike tour through Finger Lakes Wine Country, 2 amazing nights in Seneca Falls complete with a guided wine country bike tour!

Getting Here:  Tour originates in Syracuse.

The Essentials

Duration:   5 Days / 4 Nights

Difficulty:   Easy

Terrain: Bike Trails & Rural Roads

Total Miles:  130

Avg. Daily Miles:   30 - 35

Meals: Daily Breakfast

Starting at $1089 per person

Day 1:  Arrive Syracuse

2:00 PM    Optional Early Bird Ride

If you arrive early join us for an optional Early Bird ride, or spend some time exploring this lovely, historic city. In the evening  we’ll meet for trip orientation and to review full tour details.


Day 2:  Rochester to Palmyra

Cycling:   30 Miles

You’ll begin your day with a tour of the Susan B. Anthony House & Museum, from there it’s on to spectacular High Falls and lunch in Rochester. After lunch you’ll cycle the Genesee River Trail to connect with the Erie Canal Trail enjoying incredible scenery as you ride along to charming Newark, our destination for the evening.

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Day 3:  Palmyra to Seneca Falls

Cycling:        35 Miles

Today we’ll cycle along the Erie Canal and through gorgeous farm lands of Upstate NY as we make our way to Seneca Falls enjoying beautiful scenery along the way. In Seneca Falls you have time to explore the charming downtown area with its lovely main street offering charming shops and great restaurants.


Day 4: Historic Tour of Seneca Falls & Wine Country Bike Tour

Cycling:    30 Miles

Today’s ride will take you to the Women’s Rights National Park, Women’s’ National Hall of Fame and The Elizabeth Cade Seton House. From there it’s on to wine country stopping to visit several wineries and to enjoy a lakeside luncheon, before winding up the day with an afternoon on the shore of gorgeous Cayuga Lake.

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Day 5: Seneca Falls to Syracuse

Cycling:    30 Miles

After two fabulous days in Seneca Falls, today we’ll cycle our way back to Syracuse as we cycle through several amazing canal parks boasting beautiful locks, aqueducts and bridges, before reaching the Eire Canal Museum in historic downtown Syracuse.

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