ARLINGTON, Va. — Recently, while riding along the Mount Vernon Bicycle Trail I decided to take the loop off of the trail before the recently reconstructed Humpback Bridge and see where it took me. The answer — not very far, the trail dead ends in sight of the Boundary Channel Drive ramp (EXIT 10A) off
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Tomorrow, the 185 mile long Great Allegheny Passage bicycle trail celebrates its completion between Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Md. with events in Pittsburgh. Along with the C&O Canal Towpath, GAP provides a 335 mile continuous route between Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh. MORE FROM THE POST-GAZETTE Ride, festivities planned on last leg of Great Allegheny Passage “It
Wilson Bridge trail encourages bike commuting between Pr. George’s and Northern Virginia – The Post Years ago, not long after it opened, I raved about the Woodrow Wilson Bridge trail – The Wilson Bridge trail is wonderful. At the time, I thought it was mostly a “great to have” recreational facility, but it is becoming
Last section of bicycle trail connecting Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., set to open – Post-Gazette On my list of things I really want to someday is the approximately 335-mile bike ride from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C. via the Great Allegheny Passage and the C&O Canal Tow Path. The Great Allegheny Passage is expected to be officially