Every mile of the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) offers evidence of why this celebrated rail-trail attracts visitors from across America and around the world—the stunning scenery of the Appalachian Mountains, and the warm welcome of its historical, picturesque communities.
And there is no better way to explore this 150-mile rail-trail through western Maryland and southern Pennsylvania than with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTC) and the local experts on the area, Wilderness Voyageurs.
Next summer, June 23—27, 2013, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy will lead 250 riders along the GAP from Pittsburgh, Pa., to Cumberland, Md., for the 11th annual Greenway Sojourn bicycle tour. The young and the old, aficionados and first-timers, families and freewheelers—now’s the time to mark your calendars to join RTC and friends on a fully supported trail adventure you will never forget.
Registration will open in late November, so watch the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy website. For those who have visited the GAP before, or have ridden with us on previous Sojourns, this year’s ride is designed to offer more opportunities to stop and explore the region’s many attractions. For those yet to experience the GAP, what are you waiting for?
Mark your calendars now—adventure awaits!