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Over the years I have heard about small campgrounds for riders along the Pac Coastline, and I have also heard that they closed some of them down due to problems with the homeless.
I'm route planning for an April 2015 Southern California to Bar Harbor, ME trip and was wondering if the Route 66 map project was still scheduled for publishing this year? Just curious and hoping it will provide options / detail for the CA - AZ- NM part of the journey.
Any thoughts to when this route becomes snow free? This year or average?
When planning their tour, cyclists should time their itinerary with the seasonal sweet spot for Northern Rockies backcountry travel: after the snow has melted up high, but before wildfire season starts — sometime between late June and late July. Autumn can be another good time for a trip, with its cooler nighttime air temperatures, which make the route’s numerous hot springs all the more inviting. For an autumn excursion, cyclists should shoot for early September to mid-October.Entire release can be read here: