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GW Bridge to Port Jervis via the Delaware Water Gap

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Way Points: 

NJ side of GW Bridge (start) > Main St > Degraw > State > Essex > Market > River Rd > Haledon > Ratzer > Kiwanis > Route 23 > Oak Ridge Rd > Glen Rd > Cr-517 > Cr-616 > Rt. 94 > Rt. 611 > I-80 bike path Delaware Water Gap > River Rd > Cr-615 > Walpack Rd > Old Mine Rd > Cr-521 > Jersey Ave > Port Jervis Railroad Station (end)

Details
Author: 
Robert Shay
Signature Route : 
off
Region Name(s): 
Mid New Jersey South
Level(s): 
A
Distance: 
125
Vertical Gain: 
73
Difficulty: 
198
Difficulty Rating: 
5 out of 5
Attached Files

Return via NJ Transit, Port Jervis. No bike pass needed. BYO bungee cord. Possible rider limits on return. Trains run infrequently: http://www.njtransit.com/sf/sf_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=TrainTo

Author's cue sheet in Excel format, with notes and comments. Topographical map and profile stats attached. Also attached is a Bike Route line map of the Delaware Recreation area provide by the NJ National Park Service. This is a tough ride. Do not attempt this ride until you have done at least two 100 mile rides within 8 weeks of this ride. Estimate 8 full hours of riding plus time for stops. There is a 100 mile shorter version that leaves this route at mile 63.6 in Marksboro, makes a right on Cr-659 and picks up Susan Rodetis's Gladstone route, in the NYCC ride library, at mile 31.6. This shorter route bypasses the actual Delaware Water Gap.

Only one food stop listed on RWGPS cue sheet. 

HS 4/26/15

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