I've been in touch with Kathy and Roger. They are a bit busy at the moment but intend to put together something about their route for me to pass on to you.
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Can I ride my bicycle on the Going-to-the Sun Road?
Yes, but there are some exceptions. From June 15 through Labor Day, the following sections of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are closed to bicycle use between 11a.m. and 4 p.m.:
* From Apgar turnoff (at the south end of Lake McDonald) to Sprague Creek Campground
* Eastbound from Logan Creek to Logan Pass.
Due to ongoing road rehabilitation on the Going-to-the-Sun Road, portions of the roadbed may not be paved. Bicyclists should use caution riding on gravel portions of the road.
I would greatly appreciate any suggestions as to how to best connect with the ST - I have the Florida Connector map and would prefer not going too far east. I plan to camp and stay in motels as well, whatever feels good, am a 60 yr.old female travelling alone and fairly light, and like to ride anywhere between 60 to 90 miles per day.
I'd like to thank Adventure Cycling for the great maps and service in general - and thanks to you members who contribute to the forum!
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.