Sierra Cascades Map Set

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Sumas, WA - Tecate, CA (2,398.1 miles)
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Adventure Cycling Association
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The Sierra Cascades Bicycle Route runs roughly parallel to the Pacific Crest Trail along the Cascade Range and Sierra Nevada from the Canadian border to the Mexican border.

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Average rating: based on 9 reviews.

Sierra Cascades


Reviewed By: Nick B on 4/4/18

Not used in anger yet. Awaiting 'take off' from UK in June. The maps look very robust and the commentaries very comprehensive. So far so very good. I look forward to using rather then perusing them.

Excellent maps


Reviewed By: Ulla Hjortenberg on 2/17/16

Looking so much forward to use them this summer ??????????

Sumas, WA to Tecate, CA - Route Maps


Reviewed By: Larry Moormeier on 3/25/12

Adventure Cyling maps are outstanding and a great tool for planning a ride and routing directions when riding. I have used Adventure Cycling maps every year on my rides since 2006. My rides are usually 4-6 weeks in duration and self contained. They have save me many hours during the planning phase of my annual ride.

Sierra Cascades Route


Reviewed By: Peter Lammerding on 2/6/12

First impression is excellent. I worry a bit about the amount of traffic on SR 89. When I'm actually going to cycle this route is not certain yet. Regards, Peter

Fantastic Riding!


Reviewed By: Aaron Waxman on 10/27/11

I followed sections 1, 2 and a little bit of 3 from Bellingham, WA to Hornbrook, CA before heading off route. The climbs were challenging, the descents were exhilarating and the snow capped mountains were stunning. Camping was also in some of the nicest spots I've been in. The lack of traffic and remoteness of some of the sections through National Forests in the Cascades were serene and quiet. Another nice addition is that the National Parks are not traffic clogged in the way that some of the bigger parks can be. An added bonus is that the southbound route enters through the "back doors" of Mt Rainier and Crater Lake which are less traveled by tourists. I'd recommend riding this route from North to South as the cyclists I met heading north said the beginning of their tour's in southern California were brutal while everything in Oregon and Washington had been a breeze comparatively. That said, the Cascades still offer long challenging climbs. Starting in the north will allow your legs to get used to the long climbs and give more time for the snow to melt in the higher elevations of the Sierras. 2010/11 was a big snow year which meant that some roads opened a bit later then usual. Check road conditions along the route before starting your trip. If you like small roads, challenging climbs, incredible mountains and quiet wilderness camping the Cascades sections are for you.

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