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I...live in Glasgow.
There is not. I printed out each map section for the portion I rode, mapped each planned day using RideWithGPS and then made my own cue sheets. Even with going off route to reach campgrounds, some of them were very short. For example, the one for my 71 mile day from Shippenville to north of Woodland has 15 turns, and 5 of those were due to the fact that I started and ended at campgrounds a bit off route. I used the cue sheets to have a general idea of where the next turn was, but I was relying mostly on the signage, which I found to be very good.Not sure who you are referencing - but here is the Penna Bike route across the north-central part of the state.
It is clickable and each section has a strip map.
Do you know is there's a text version, that is, a turn-by-turn description of the route?
Craig Pass in Yellowstone does not open until May 21....We know someone who can get him a special permit.
I know enough back roads in Morris County to get me west of the congested areas, and then will pick up Rte 46 to Columbia and start Pennsylvania Route V there.That's good because that's one area I am have no clue about. I have ridden U.S. 46 from east of Belvidere to Columbia. That was maybe four years ago. The shoulder was a bit banged up in places with some gravel, but I wouldn't call it horrible. If you want something more scenic but also somewhat hillier, cross the river at Belvidere and ride up the PA side to Portland.