Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, Section 3

Map Details:
South Pass City, WY - Silverthorne, CO (403.9 miles)
Product Code
BC-203
Brand
Adventure Cycling Association
Price
$15.75 $7.85 (Sale Price)
Current Stock
617
Current Map Version
March 2016

This section of the Great Divide Route crosses the Continental Divide at Rawlins, traversing the wide-open spaces of south-central Wyoming. A portion of the route between South Pass City and Rawlins drops into the Great Divide Basin, a conundrum of a region where falling precipitation drains neither east toward the Atlantic Ocean nor west to the Pacific. Rather, it drains only internally, evaporating or flowing into intermittent lakes. Once in Colorado, you'll be in higher altitudes. Steamboat Springs, a well-known resort town, is a good place for a stopover day to restock supplies and visit a bike shop. The route crosses the Colorado River and winds its way over several passes into Silverthorne, also along the TransAmerica Trail.

To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, redesigned maps including bi-directional narratives will be available in May 2018. Current version maps may be purchased now for ½ price and in May we will email a code to purchase the new maps at ½ price through July 31, 2018. Please note that the coupon for the new maps is good for a 1 to 1 match based on how many map sets/sections you bought of the current version.

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Average rating: based on 2 reviews.

GDMBR

Rating:

Reviewed By: James Smith Jr on 11/7/11

I have not actually used this map yet but have used the CAN section and Section 1. They are the coolest maps I have ever used. Lots of super info. Very durable. Can't imagine doing the route without it. Lost the trail a couple times. Next time I will also take a GPS. An accurate speedo is a must.

Great resource

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Reviewed By: A customer from Riverside, CA on 12/2/10

Used the GDMBR maps sections 1-3 for a Jeep trip from Steamboat Springs, CO to Bowman Lake, MT (Glacier NP). Maybe not what the Adventure Cycling Assoc. had in mind for transportation, but a superb resource for a great trip.


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