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75 Classic Rides Washington: The Best Road Biking Routes

By Mike McQuaide

Mountaineers Books
Released: 2012-05-04
Paperback (304 pages)

75 Classic Rides Washington: The Best Road Biking Routes
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CLICK HERE to download two rides from 75 Classic Rides Washington — Port Angeles-Lake Crescent Loop & Tonasket-Oroville-Palmer Lake Loop

* 75 truly classic cycling routes range from family-friendly paved bicycle paths to epic mountain pass climbs
* Full color with maps, photographs, and lively turn-by-turn descriptions

From a 50-mile route around Orcas Island or a family trip along Seattle’s flat Burke-Gilman Trail, to a breathtaking climb up to Washington Pass from Winthrop—if you’re seeking the best road biking The Evergreen State has to offer, you can bet your bottom bracket you’ll find it in 75 Classic Rides: Washington.

75 Classic Rides is a new Mountaineers Books series authored by passionate local cyclists who’ve put thousands of miles on their bikes to bring you the very best road cycling routes across their given state. The focus is on one-day rides (a mix of loops and one-way courses), but you’ll also find suggestions for link-ups and some inspiring, longer routes for touring, including at least one cross-state route. Terrain varies from flat paved trails to epic mountain challenges.

Each route description starts with the basic essentials to get you going: a brief overview, full-color map, elevation profile, difficulty level, round-trip distance, road conditions, and advice on the best season to ride. Full narrative descriptions tell what sights to expect, best towns for food or a cup of coffee, safety info on road shoulders and bike lanes, as well as turn-by-turn descriptions and mileage logs. Sample routes in 75 Classic Rides: Washington include:

* Packwood–Paradise–Stevens Canyon
* Skagit (Mostly) Flats
* Hurricane Ridge
* Yakima Canyon
* Walla Walla–Middle Waitsburg Loop

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Cycling Sojourner: A Guide to the Best Multi-Day Bicycle Tours in Washington (People's Guide)

By Ellee Thalheimer

Into Action Publications
Paperback (256 pages)

Cycling Sojourner: A Guide to the Best Multi-Day Bicycle Tours in Washington (People s Guide)
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Cycling Sojourner is a one-of-a-kind cycle touring guidebook series. The Washington book reveals hard-to-find information about exploring the state by bike. Learn about the state’s remotest ribbons of road in the Okanagan, the best bikeable berry stands in the San Juans Islands, luscious Walla Walla wine country vineyards best reached by bicycle, and routes across the Cascade Mountain Range that will transform you into an interminable lover of the Pacific Northwest.

Like a cycle-touring concierge, Cycling Sojourner takes care of the logistics and removes obstacles between you and your two-wheeled adventure, so you can grab your bike and go. The nine tours in the book are meticulously laid out and include cue sheets; maps; and information about weather, difficulty level, camping and lodging options, and how to get to the ride’s start.

Yet, the soul of the book lies in the voices of Thalheimer and the four contributing Washingtonian authors who use storytelling, local history, and humor to elevate the book beyond just an everyday guidebook to an inspirational muse that draws out your inner adventurer.

Washington's Rail-Trails : Walking - Running - Bicycling - In-Line Skating - Horseback Riding

By Fred Wert

Brand: Mountaineers Books
One Color Paperback (192 pages)

Washington s Rail-Trails : Walking - Running - Bicycling - In-Line Skating - Horseback Riding
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  • Ideal for exploring at a relaxed pace, on easy terrain
  • Covers 40 rail-trails throughout Washington state, hundreds of miles in all
  • Ideally suited for walkers, bicyclists, equestrians, joggers, skaters, cross-country skiers, and even the physically challenged

Looking for new ways to enjoy Washington's great outdoors? Have you had it with mountainsides of endless switchbacks? If exploring at a different pace on easier terrain is more your style, Washington's Rail-Trails: Walking - Running - Bicycling - In-Line Skating - Horseback Riding has what you're looking for.

Washington's Rail-Trails: Walking - Running - Bicycling - In-Line Skating - Horseback Riding is the first in-depth guide to all of the rail-trails currently open in Washington State. Walkers, bicyclists, equestrians, joggers, in-line skaters, cross-country skiers, and even the physically challenged can enjoy hundreds of miles of flat, safe, ready-made pathways perfectly suited for non-motorized activities. These converted abandoned railways, whose tracks and ties departed with the decline of railroading, connect towns and suburbs as they wind through some of Washington's prettiest countryside. In-city trails, such as the Burke-Gilman Trail, pave the way for commuters to walk and bike to work each day.

The 40 rail-trails represented here are broken down into three regions, covering all kinds of territory. The Northwest area's 12 rail-trails include the Old Robe Historic Trail, Snoqualmie Pass Trail, and the Snohomish-Arlington Centennial Trail. Highlighting the Puget Sound area are the Preston-Snoqualmie and the King County Interurban Trail. Eastern Washington offers the Iron Horse State Park and Spokane River Centennial Trails, plus 9 more. Trail descriptions, accompanied by maps and photos, include complete information on length, surface, entry and endpoints, trail managers, restrictions, safety, and etiquette.

A leader in rail-trail development, Washington State has long recognized the advantages of these "linear parks." Author Fred Wert presents an in-depth look at railroad history, the recreational, historic, and economic importance of rail-trails, and how citizens can get involved to develop, promote, and protect new and existing trails.

Whether you are walking, riding, running, or rolling,Washington's Rail-Trails: Walking - Running - Bicycling - In-Line Skating - Horseback Riding will be a constant companion for rewarding outdoor experiences.

Bicycle Touring Map: Washington Parks Section 2

By Adventure Cycling Association

Adventure Cycling Assoc.
Map (2 pages)

Bicycle Touring Map: Washington Parks Section 2
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From Elma to Sedro-Woolley, WA
#2 of a series of 2 maps containing a Touring Route linking Washington Parks.
All maps are divided in smaller panels covering approximately 40 to 45 miles for easy navigation and planning. Symbols mark the roadside services available and some recommendations.
Elevation charts and an index of the intire map.

This route is not recommended to anyone under 16map traffic and difficult roads.

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