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New Itineraries For Great Lakes Seaway Trail



Last year we wrote about the great travel itineraries for the Great Lakes Seaway Trail, in New York and Pennsylvania. Recently, the Great Lakes Seaway Trail released twelve new itineraries for touring the 518-mile  Trail.

The itineraries  are focused on themed travel opportunities:

  • Birding the Great Lakes Seaway Trail
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail Capture the Moment: Photography, Art, and Painting
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail Cultural Heritage and Quilts
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail Just the Two of Us Getaways and Shopping
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail Lighthouses and Shipwrecks
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail Lighthouse-to-Lighthouse Bicycling
  • Quilting Around the Great Lakes Seaway Trail
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail Seven-Day Scenic Coastal Drive
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail: Take the Blueway
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail War of 1812 in the U.S. and Canada
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail War of 1812 Quilt Challenge
  • Great Lakes Seaway Trail “Where Can I Take the Kids.”

The itineraries vary in length from a one afternoon option to a 9-day bicycling tour. Some of the itineraries are time-limited; others are available any time for do-it-yourself drivers; one is an escorted two-nation group tour to War of 1812 sites in New York, Pennsylvania, Ontario and Quebec.

“These byway-branded itineraries represent unique “only on the Great Lakes Seaway Trail” travel experiences on a premier American national scenic byway touring destination,” Mitchell says.

The Great Lakes Seaway Trail itineraries are posted online at www.seawaytrail.com/roadtrips.


Related posts:

  1. Exploring The Great Lakes Seaway Trail in Winter
  2. Tall Ships Challenge Coming to the Great Lakes in 2010
  3. New Passport to History Program Rewards Travelers Along The Pennsylvania Civil War Trail
  4. Discover Lighthouses as You Travel the Lake Michigan Circle Tour
  5. U.S. Highway 25E Receives National Scenic Byway Designation

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