it's bike trip season, and if you're thinking of riding one of the great long distance car free paths in north america, you might find useful information at
a non-commercial website on where the paths are, their setting in nature and history, and where to find food, water, camping and lodging along the way.
covered in detail are the Mickelson Trail, P'tit Train du Nord, Great Allegheny Passage, C&O Canal, Pine Creek Trail/Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, the Greenbrier River Trail, and the Carriage Roads of Acadia National Park.
and if you ride the paths this season, we hope you'll use the Riders Suggestion pages on each trip to tell other touring cyclists (including ourselves) your favorite places to eat, sleep, and get ice cream and beer, so we can better plan our own trips.
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