Great Allegheny Passage

Description

  1. Name Great Allegheny Passage
  2. Length of trail 512 km, 318 miles
  3. Length in days 26 days
  4. Traildino grading EW, Easy walk, nature trail

Great Allegheny Passage - by John The Great Allegheny Passage will connect, when finished, Cumberland in Maryland and Washington DC. The share-use trail (hiking, biking) is a continuous corridor for the non-motorized, 318 miles (512 km) long.

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Great Allegheny Passage, 58km

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Great Allegheny Passage

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Netherlands
  • Biking the Gap
  • The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) is a bicycle rail trail extending 150 milesbetween Pittsburgh, PA, and Cumberland, MD. Defunct railroad lines function as arestored corridor, connecting southwestern PA and northern MD.Visualize a crushed limestone trail that rambles through urban neighborhoods,fertile farmlands, and panoramic mountain ranges.... Read more
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Bol.com
Belgium
  • Biking the Gap
  • The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) is a bicycle rail trail extending 150 milesbetween Pittsburgh, PA, and Cumberland, MD. Defunct railroad lines function as arestored corridor, connecting southwestern PA and northern MD.Visualize a crushed limestone trail that rambles through urban neighborhoods,fertile farmlands, and panoramic mountain ranges.... Read more
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Bol.com
Netherlands
  • Gravel Cycling
  • Head out for adventure on the unpaved back roads of America with Nick Legan’s complete guide to gravel grinders and bikepacking!Gravel cycling is a glorious return to the purest roots of two-wheeled adventure. From farm roads and miners’ paths to the high passes of the Rockies and the Alps, gravel cycling and bikepacking will set you free to... Read more
  • Also available from:
  • Bol.com, Belgium
» Click to open
Bol.com
Belgium
  • Gravel Cycling
  • Head out for adventure on the unpaved back roads of America with Nick Legan’s complete guide to gravel grinders and bikepacking!Gravel cycling is a glorious return to the purest roots of two-wheeled adventure. From farm roads and miners’ paths to the high passes of the Rockies and the Alps, gravel cycling and bikepacking will set you free to... Read more
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