Hope this helps.
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Jennifer - what program do you use to see elevation?
Is it quite a flat route on the northside of the Gorge (HWY 14)?
How does it compare to the southside - I know that goes up and down a bit!
What type of bicycle do you use for your international travel? Folding? S&S couplers? other? Please specify. How do you get it from one land mass across water to another land mass? Thanks.
I received e-mails from a NB rider I met while on the UGRR. He gave up on cycling between Grand Rivers, KY and Cincinnati, OH due to flooding in KY and IN. Attached is a link to the KY DOT site. If you look on the right you will see a road closures map. You can zoom in on the map to see specific roads that are closed due to flooding. I could not find a similar map for Indiana.
Have contacted the bicycle coordinators with less than great success. The particular states of interest do not publish bicycling maps with recommended routes (I think for legal reasons). Some have maps showing shoulder width but it is not combined with traffic volume and in some cases does not have the route identified with the lines so much is left to the user. I found the standard state issued highway maps to be the most worthwhile resource for both Idaho and Utah.
I am (also) very disappointed that the I-84 corridor with the Columbia and Snake rivers and major cycling cities is not on the US Bike Route System planning map as I think it makes a lot of sense.
Does anyone know of any books that have been published on the Southern Tier route?