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See much more of Burlington than you could on foot on a Segway® personal transporter.
This is both a fun and educational experience.
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No prior experience is necessary. We will train you.
We offer three tour choices:
One hour tour
(1.5 hr. with training)
Two hour tour
(2.5 hr. with training)
(2 hr., subject to availability)
$68 per person
$98 per person
$125 per person
THE ONE HOUR TOUR
The One Hour Tour begins at Perkins Pier, the birthplace of Burlington, and proceeds up the bike path to the boathouse and then northward in Waterfront Park to the lookout at Texaco Beach. Witness breathtaking views of the Adirondack Mountains twelve miles across Lake Champlain. Our historical narrative, delivered by radio as you roll along, will take you from the birth of Burlington in 1783 to the present day.
Both tours start at our shop at 277 Pine Street in downtown Burlington. After viewing a 10 minute training tape our staff will provide hands on training with each individual in our parking lot until all guests are confidently operating their Segway. Then it’s off on the tour.
THE TWO HOUR TOUR
After the tour of the waterfront described above we proceed up town to the Church Street Marketplace and tour the UVM campus before returning to our shop via Main Street.
Burlington Segways is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day during the summer.
One hour tours start at: 10 a.m., noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Allow one and a half hours with training.
Two hour tours start at 10 a.m., 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Allow two and a half hours with training.
Guests must be at least 12 years old and weigh between 80 and 280 pounds. Sorry, no pregnant ladies.
Reservations are a must.
Call (802) 489-5113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Credit card payment is required to make a reservation.
Tours are canceled only in the event of lightning or a heavy downpour.
We also rent Electric Bicycles. Ebikes are a great way to get out to the Causeway 10 miles north of Burlington. It runs 4 miles out into Lake Champlain on an old rail bed converted into a bikepath in the early 1990s. The Island Line Trail was named to the Rails to Trails Hall of Fame in 2010.
The Burlington Bike Path and Waterfront Park
An Environmental Handbook for the Post Auto Era
This book is Rick Sharp's personal account of the creation of the Burlington Bike Path and Waterfront Park. Now available 20% off at