USBR 11 follows rural roads, state highways, and off-road trails from Pennsylvania in the north to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia in the south. It links numerous historical attractions (including Civil War battlefields) and ends on the car-free Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Towpath.
USBR 50 follows the established Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O) Canal National Historical Park from the District of Columbia along the north bank of the Potomac River to Cumberland, where it connects with the Great Allegheny Passage trail to the Pennsylvania border and beyond. The Great Allegheny Passage is a trail with a crushed limestone surface built mainly on abandoned rail beds with an average grade of less than 1%.
Print Maps of the Great Allegheny Passage
Digital Maps of the Great Allegheny Passage
For more information on bicycling in Maryland, visit the Cycle Maryland interactive map.