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Hermann to St. Charles

3 Days – 63 miles

$610 per person/double occupancy
$560 per person without last overnight at St. Charles.

Single Supplement/Single Occupancy
ADD TO ABOVE PRICE:

50% if you are a SOLO CYCLIST (one person on the tour)
25% if you are the 3rd person in a group
NO SUPPLEMENT If you are 5th (or more) person in a group
*also see FAQs for more information

Now Booking 
Best Start Dates:
April 1 – Oct 31: MO – WE

What’s Included:

  • 2 days of cycling
  • 1 travel day (shuttle day)
  • 3 nights in Bed & Breakfast or small inn (option available for 2 nights)
  • Lodging near trail and evening restaurants
  • 3 mornings with breakfast
  • Parking at St. Charles
  • Shuttle St. Charles to Hermann
  • Bring your bike or rent
  • Daily luggage transfer to the next inn
  • Maps and daily route directions
  • Emergency assistance
  • Our one of a kind: Independent Tourist t-shirt
  • 10% discount for returning customer

Perfect for a mid-week or weekend getaway bike tour.  Ride the Katy Trail between winery towns.

Day 1
Travel Day : Arrive by car in St. Charles, Missouri

Meet the shuttle for the one hour drive to the winery village of Hermann.  Your luggage and bikes go along. Bike rentals are available.  Hermann has much to offer including antique shope and several wine tasting rooms and restaurants.
Lodging: B&B at Hermann

Day 2
Cycling Day: 36 miles-Hermann to Augusta

Start your day by cycing across the bike friendly bridge over the Missouri River to the north side and the McKittrick trailhead.  From there your day’s destination is Augusta another winery town with several winery tasting rooms and a choice of restaurants.  No bridge crossing here – you can cycle right up to your B&B for the night.
Lodging: B&B at Augusta

Day 3
Cycling Day: 27 miles-Augusta to St. Charles

Today’s ride takes you back to St. Charles where you can enjoy a final night at St. Charles in the historic heart of the city on this Missouri bike trails tour.

Lodging: Small hotel at St. Charles
Option: Don’t have time for a 3 night trip?
Make it a 2 night bike tour and skip the last overnight at St. Charles for a reduced price.

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