You will probably get cell phone coverage for much of the way biking into camp. Once in camp, cell phone coverage is difficult and rare. Some are able to get reception on the dock at the lake. Cell phone coverage is excellent at the top of Mt. Constitution and available at East Sound, if you . . . → Read More: Getting Cell Phone Coverage
Here are a few guidlines and ideas from the experience of families traveling with small children:
Children under 4 enjoy the comforts of a bike trailer. (There are lots of competing brands). It’s protected from the weather and can provide easy access to snacks and toys and a comfortable sleeping area. Children 4-7+ usually do well . . . → Read More: Traveling with Small Children
Choosing what to bring to camp is a personal choice but here a few suggestions with some additional tips. The cabins, bathrooms and lodge are all have heat and electricity.
Packaging your Stuff for Travel:
Your gear is going to be loaded into a large cargo truck and transported to camp. It will get mixed . . . → Read More: What to Bring to Camp
Every rider has their own style on what they like to bring on the ride but for those looking for some ideas, here are a few suggestions. The ride itself is about 2+/- hours of biking for a person of average fitness (including many families with kids).
Bike Gear: Every rider must have a good bike helmet and . . . → Read More: Gearing Up for the Ride