That will take you all the way to Delaware Water Gap, PA. From there, you could take ACA's Atlantic Coast route to somewhere like Windsor Locks, CT. You are on your own from there.
Last year I rode Route V from Emlenton, PA (Map 5) to Catawissa, PA (Map 21). It's not a bad ride. There are not a lot of long, hard climbs, but there are several sections over a couple of days with sections of constant, short, steep ups and downs. Decent private campgrounds and a nice state park with camping along or slightly off route.
The ACA route north from Delaware Water Gap through Worthington State Forest and the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area to Port Jervis, NY is a splendid stretch that I try to do at least once/year. You might even catch a glimpse of a bear as there is a pretty healthy population in that part of NJ. Healthy enough for the park to have bear proof trashcans and a bear box at the nice campground in Worthington, which you pass by. Every October there is an organized century out of DWG. Nearly every year there is at least one bear siting. A few years ago the event photographer was taking shots of riders when two bears wandered out of the woods and photobombed a shot.
It's been over 15 years since I did the portion of the ACA route above Port Jervis, and it has changed some since then, so I am reluctant to comment, but I do remember CT being very hilly in places.