I don't know the answer to your question about the Youghiogheny Trail but I wondered if you had seen Pennsylvania Route S. It might be helpful to you in planning your tour.
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Thanks Jennifer. I have ridden that trail three times, covering part of it with a kid in tow. It is definitely one of my favorite rides anywhere and one of the first places I recommend to other cyclists. In fact, if left to my own devices it is near the top of the list. Not #1 only because I would like to try somewhere new! Still, if someone can suggest how to make that part of a loop I would be all over it!
It seems the Santa Fe Trail would be a natural for a Lewis and Clark connection as well.
If AC decides to do anything with that route I would be happy to share any other info I may have. Jerry is planning to do some variation of the trip in the Spring and I may join him. We could possibly collect info about the towns we pass through if that would be helpful.
ACA should look at adding the Santa Fe Trail to it's list of routes. Lots of history. Good towns along the way.A good friend planned the route and wound up injured so I did the ride alone. Actually he had a different route in mind for the part on I-25, but I chose to ride I-25.
new to the forum, but I tried to search before I ask questions that people have already answered over and over again, plus this relates to the topic. Is there a crossing of the Hudson closer to Manhatten?