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- Sep 21, 2010
- Northern Virginia, USA
Really glad you are coming. There is no one particular published route that covers all those roads. They are embedded in multiple routes.
I put this route together this morning. It's an all paved route, and includes what I would call the best of the best of that region. Greenland Gap, Mt Storm, Rt 72, Seneca Rock, Rt 33, Smoke Hole Road. The route does not take you all the way back to Romney, but I know you can figure out that part. There are numerous and obvious ways to cut the ride short. Depending on how your day is progressing, before starting Rt 72, B&J's Family Diner in Parsons has always been a popular spot with the riders from the event.
I did not add it as a .gdb or .gpx. I'm guessing someone with more tools than me could easily do that translation.
For anyone that does not know Smoke Hole Road:
Smoke Hole is all pavement. The dirt section shown at the end is NOT part of Smoke Hole.