Riding on the GAP Trail over the Mason Dixon line.

Our World-Class Trails

Each trail has been hand-selected to offer an exceptional riding experience that combines inspiring terrain, scenic beauty, and vibrant communities. Attracting self-guided riders from around the world, these trails serve as a valuable asset to locals and an unforgettable experience for you!

Current Trails

Rider on the GAP

Great Allegheny Passage

The Great Allegheny Passage is a 150-mile trail that leads you beneath leafy green canopy and dazzling fall colors, past hidden waterfalls and glens, chasing glimpses of the river beside you.

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The Salisbury Viaduct near Meyersdale on the GAP

GAP + C&O Towpath

The Great Allegheny Passage and the C&O Canal Towpath (GAPCO) is a must-ride trail for all bike travelers. These two bike trails create two distinctly different experiences and one epic journey.

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female self guided bike tour rider on the GAPCO

C&O Canal Towpath

The C&O Canal Towpath is 185 miles of incredible history and bustling energy that has become a popular self-guided biking route. It also connects with the Great Allegheny Passage for those wanting a longer adventure.

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Katy Trail

From majestic bluffs to charming Midwestern towns to sweeping rural landscapes, the Katy Trail offers it all. Crossing central Missouri, Katy Trail State Park is a 237-mile long rail-trail built on the corridor of the former Missouri-Kansas-Texas (MKT) railroad known by its popular nickname – the KATY.

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Mt Defiance overlook

Empire State Trail

Bike the Empire State Trail for an unforgettable touring adventure. With over 750+ miles of trail there are multiple itineraries to fit your needs.

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Erie Canalway

The 350-mile Erie Canalway Trail from Buffalo to Albany offers a glimpse of historic New York State as you follow the route of the Erie Canal.

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Ohio to erie trail

Ohio to Erie Trail

The Ohio to Erie Trail is a 320+ mile system of bike trails, canal paths, and rural roads. Discover the heartland of Ohio as you bike through farmlands, urban centers, and tour the Amish countryside.

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