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Lewis & Clark Trail Route
Lewis & Clark Bicycle Trail. Adventure Cycling Association. 4,618 miles. Since 1998, Adventure Cycling Association has been compiling a new and ambitious set of bicycling maps following the route of Lewis and Clark. The Lewis & Clark Bicycle Trail was born of a desire to offer bicyclists a way to celebrate the bicentennial anniversary of the Corps of Discovery's journey, which began in 1804.
The Lewis & Clark Bicycle Trail's 4,618 miles cross nine mountain passes, pass through four national parks and monuments, overlook dozens of rivers in addition to the Missouri and the Columbia, and promise you views of bison, elk, deer, antelope and other wildlife. The Trail will be the best possible way to experience the magnificent landscapes witnessed by Lewis and Clark: all of the sense of wonder, all of the adventure, but a lot less inconvenience and hardship.
Our main 1804 westward route of Lewis and Clark is 3,254 miles in length, but overall the maps will cover 4,618 miles. The maps have been divided into eight sections covering both the westbound and eastbound routes taken by the Corps. There will be some mountain biking options available. Services are sometimes few and far between, making this one of our most challenging routes.
Hanford, IL to Astoria, OR & back. Set of 8 maps. 10% discount!
Hartford, IL to Council Bluffs, IA (555 miles).
Council Bluffs, IA to Pierre, SD (485.5 miles).
Pierre, SD to Williston, ND (510.5 miles).
Williston, ND to Great Falls, MT (538.5 miles).
Great Falls, MT to Missoula, MT (479.5 miles).
Missoula, MT to Clarkston, WA (242.5 miles), Lolo Trail (145.3 miles), Blackfoot Option (187.5 miles).