Explore Shelburne with the Bike and Pedestrian Paths Committee.

With cooler temperatures and colorful foliage, discover Shelburne’s best bike and pedestrian routes. Join the Bike and Pedestrian Paths Committee for a new route every week.

These family-friendly tours will begin on the following Sundays at 1 p.m.:

Oct. 18: Longmeadow Drive - Boulder Hill Drive - Webster Road - Farmstead Drive loop. Meet at the parking lot across Route 7 from Dunkin Donuts. One hour exploring the neighborhood connections.

Oct. 25: Ti-Haul to Picnic Point by bike. Meet at Davis Park. 40 minutes out-and-back. Bring a snack.

Nov. 1: Shelburne Bay Park loop. Meet at the parking lot off Bay Road. One-hour loop; sturdy footwear recommended.

Nov. 8: LaPlatte Nature Trail loop. Meet at the LaPlatte Circle community garden. 90-minute loop; sturdy footwear recommended.

Tours will depart on time — rain or shine. Masks and other COVID-19 protocols will be followed.

If you would like to remain more socially distant, give us a wave and follow along.

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