One of the ultimate cycling challenges; the Great Divide. It is the world’s longest mapped, off-pavement biking route, and also one of the most challenging.
2,774 miles along mostly dirt and gravel roads from Banff, Alberta to Antelope Wells, New Mexico., the journey follows the backbone of the Rockies and some of the wildest territory in North America. From jaw dropping peaks of British Columbia and Montana, to the wide-open spaces and rocky crags of Wyoming and Colarado, to the Have-I-landed-on-Mars? deserts of New Mexico, the Great Divide offers amazing scenery and unforgettable encounters.
- Adventure Cycling Association’s official guidebook
- 70 individual riding days
- Banff, Alberta to Antelope Wells, New Mexico
Origin: United Kingdom