After your GPX purchase, you can get GPX updates for free by re-downloading them from your My Adventure Cycling account.
GPX Data products consist of track and service waypoint files in gpx (GPS Exchange Format) file format to be used on a GPS device, smartphone, or tablet. These products are suggested as a companion product to the printed Adventure Cycling Route maps and feature the same services listed on the physical maps. More information about GPX Data for Devices can be found here.
The terrain gets progressively hillier the farther east you ride. The route crosses the Ohio River on the Wheeling Suspension Bridge, built in 1849. It was built as part of the National Road and was the first bridge to span the Ohio River. Pittsburgh, the “Steel City,” is located upriver at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers. Many of its neighborhoods have steep slopes and 23 inclined railways, also called funiculars, were built in the late 1800s to accommodate travel and transport. The Monongahela and the Duquesne inclines are the only two left in existence. From Pittsburgh, the route heads northeast, then parallels Interstate 80 across Pennsylvania. Click on enlargement for detail.
GPX Data Resources
* These products are delivered in compressed zip files. Instructions on extracting the data are located here.
**NOTE: Occasionally, the GPX data you purchase will be newer than the paper map currently being sold. They may still be used together. See the Tracks and Service Points FAQs for more information.**
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