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A nice easy ride for beginner riders or those looking for a casual loop. This ride circles the upper portion of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and has two bridge crossings. It has sections of quiet country road with beautiful scenery and also portions that have mild traffic with ample shoulder.
A beautiful ride on country roads, minimal traffic and good road conditions. There are two significant climbs, one right after the first few miles, and the second around the halfway point of the ride. Possibly the "best bang for your buck" ride in the local area.
Definitely for those who enjoy climbs. The first section of the ride has a lengthy climb on a road with limited shoulder, but little traffic. You are rewarded with great views at the High Point monument and a smooth descent down the mountain. The final portion is on a well traveled road with good shoulder through farm fields and rolling hills. Perfect for and afternoon adventure or those desiring a challenge.
Similar in conditions to the previous ride, though featuring a less traveled alternative climb up to High Point monument. A few sections of new smooth pavement with limited traffic, concluded with a ride through rolling hills and farmland. Great climb for those who'd rather avoid traffic. Includes and intersction where dismounting may be necessary to go around a gate.
Not for the faint of heart. This ride starts out riding through some urban development but quickly leads out to less traveled country roads. Two challenging climbs, the second being possibly the most difficult in the Tri-State area. Riders are rewarded with a smooth and long descent on back roads to complete the loop. Bring plenty of water, allow plenty of time, and have and appetite for challenge!
An excellent back roads ride. Great road conditions, mild traffic and gorgeous scenery. Two significant climbs, the second being the longest and most challenging. Great for the rider wanting a quality ride with a few challenges, of for a group ride with friends. One short section (approx 3/4 mile) of heavy traffic and little shoulder.
A nice ride for a bit of diversity. Route starts off with smooth rolling hills on a road with limited traffic, but quickly enters some urban development before continuing into more countryside. There is a challenging climb of significant length a little before the halfway point of the loop, and riders get a nice long descent before finishing out the loop with a easy ride on a main roads through urban development. A great ride, but riders should be comfortable with traffic and climbs.
The tour of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area! This route has significant climbs and should not be underestimated. The first half, travels down the Jersey side of the Park and has great road conditions with mild traffic. The return trip on the Pennsylvania side has portions of road with very limited shoulder and some blind corners. Riders should be very comfortable with their skills and awareness to traffic. Route finishes off with a relatively flat 20 miles that parallels farm fields and the Delaware river. The bridge crossing from Jersey to Pennsylvania is a sidewalk that is a part of the Interstate 80 bridge, perfectly safe, but be prepared for the experience.
Short and hilly. Want a quick work-out or just a nice varied ride, this is for you. Nice road conditions, a few pothole-filled sections, but nothing that lasts too long. Climbs are short but significant and offer nice descents and scenery. Great for the beginner or intermediate rider craving a challenge.
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