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Old June 18th, 2019, 03:52   #16
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The Cabot trail road conditions are not the greatest. worse outside the park. they are working on pavement projects, but not all of it. lots of cracks and bumps, and lots of narrow shoulders with a drop from the pavement.


All the spectacular vistas are on the west side of the route.

We did have some interesting conversations with working lobster boat crews along the east side, but they tell us the season is only two months.
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Knobels, if you have kids along, Gettysburg is amazing, tour the battlefield, go to the Eisenhower farm. Farther north the PA Grand Canyon near Wellsboro.
Wow! I just looked at the PA Grand Canyon. Looks like an old railroad route has been converted to a walking trail.

This would be out of our way, but it will certainly be added to our Buck List for a future adventure!
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Wow! I just looked at the PA Grand Canyon. Looks like an old railroad route has been converted to a walking trail.

This would be out of our way, but it will certainly be added to our Buck List for a future adventure!

Yes it has, and it is flat and smooth, paved. Popular with walkers, joggers and especially bikers. Our neighbors are often biking on it, Iíve biked and ran it a couple of times Iím not even sure how long it is I think it runs the entire 50 miles or so of the canyon Iíve never had the time to do the entire distance.
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