Missisquoi Paddle-Pedal and Richford River Festival

The 2018 Missisquoi Paddle-Pedal will take place Saturday, June 23rd in Richford, Vermont. The event combines 6.5 miles of paddling down a Wild and Scenic section of the Missisquoi River and 5 miles of cycling on the adjacent Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail.

Bring your family, gather a team of friends, or come by yourself to race or ramble – all participants will go home with a prize! $10 boat rentals are available for advanced reservation with Montgomery Adventures. Discounted lodging available across the street from the event at Grey Gables Mansion. Bike shuttling (to the take-out point) and boat shuttling (back to the start line) provided!

For a complete schedule and map of the course: Paddle and Pedal Overview Map and Schedule

Tickets cost $20 online for adults and $25 day of. Children pay $10 either way.

Register in advance here.

Check in starts at 8:15 a.m at Davis Park in Richford, while the event starts at 9:30 a.m. at the same place.

The paddle-pedal is part of the Richford River Festival (11 a.m.- 2 p.m.), which features live music, kids activities, workshops, lunch, and more!

Want to participate but not paddle and pedal? We need volunteers to make this event happen. Volunteers are needed to help with race timing, registration, and staffing road crossings. E-mail [email protected]org for more info!

Help promote the Missisquoi Paddle-Pedal by sharing our Facebook event page.

2017 results – See your time.

2017 Photo Gallery – Images of participants by Scott Staples

Thank you 2018 partners!

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Richford Conservation Commission

Resources

 

2017 results – See this year’s times.

2017 Photo Gallery – Images of participants by Scott Staples

Schedule and course map – Pertinent info about times and event locations

Race rules  – Find out about participant rules before you show up at the event.

Participant “classes” – Check out the category breakdown to see where you fit best.

2016 results and photos – Browse last year’s times and check out our collection of photos.

Interactive course map – Use this tool to better understand the route.

Online waivers – All participants are required to complete an adult or youth waiver.

Lodging

State campgrounds

Bed and Breakfasts