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GNMP Companion Map Listing

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Before you purchase a Civil War Cycling "companion map" for bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, would you like to see a few sample maps and photographs contained within the maps? If so, please download this free PDF file, which also lists the names, mileage, and time estimates for each of Civil War Cycling's fourteen bicycle routes through Gettysburg National Military Park. The routes vary in length, difficulty, and historical focus. The shortest route is 1.5 miles, and the longest is 23.8 miles. All routes begin and end at the same location and avoid town roads whenever possible. You can combine routes into multi-day tours.

Since the maps are multi-page PDF files, you can print them to carry with you on your ride and/or you can read the maps on your mobile device during a battlefield stop.

The last page of the GNMP Companion Map Listing describes the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Parkwhich will be available for pre-order in January 2019.

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GNMP Route 1 Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 31-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 1: Full Day Loop (23.8 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. This circular route is designed to avoid town roads, where possible, not only for your safety, but also to maximize your enjoyment of the Gettysburg landscape.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 1b Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 22-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 1b: Full Day Short Loop (11.5 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. Route 1b provides abbreviated coverage of key battlefield sites for each of three days of fighting (July 1-3, 1863). It is a shorter version of Route 1, the Full Day Loop, omitting the northern and southern most ends of the battlefield.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 2 Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 15-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 2: Battle Day 1 Loop (10.5 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. Route 2 covers fields north of town and part of Culp's Hill southeast of town, which is the first half of Route 1 (Full Day Loop), so it is not strictly necessary to own both companion maps, although their photographs are not entirely the same. To complete a circuit it is necessary at times to ride on town roads.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 3 Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 15-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 3: Battle Days 2 & 3 Loop (17.0 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. Route 3 covers most of the battlefield south of town (like Route 1) but adds a complete tour of Culp's Hill (Route 8). For its extensive coverage of battlefield events for July 2-3, 1863, this is a very popular tour.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 3b Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 23-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 3b: Battle Days 2 & 3 Short Loop (10.7 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. Route 3b provides abbreviated coverage of key battlefield sites for fighting on July 2-3, 1863. It is a shorter version of Route 3, omitting Warfield Ridge and South Cavalry Field to cut through The Peach Orchard via Millerstown Road.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 4 Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 18-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 4: The Ridges Loop (9.0 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. In terms of navigation, Route 4 is a relatively simple circular route over the July 2-3, 1863, battlefield south of town, excluding Culp's Hill. For ease of navigation, this is a popular tour, especially for bicyclists who cannot dedicate a full-day to touring.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 5 Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 21-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 5: The Ridges Extended Loop (12.2 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. Route 5 adds to Route 4 a ride through Devil's Den, Rose Woods, and the Trostle Farm area -- roughly the famous "Sickles' salient." Like Route 4, this route focuses on the July 2-3, 1863, battlefield, excluding Culp's Hill.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 6 & 7 Companion Maps

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An optional companion map set for the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 21-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Routes 6 & 7: Culp's Hill Lower & Upper Loops (2.4 miles each). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. With the tips provided, both routes are relatively simple to navigate. The companion maps provide a lot of "bonus" material in the form of photographs and cross-references to monument histories in the guidebook.

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GNMP Route 8 Companion Map

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 15-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 8: Culp's Hill Double Loop (5.5 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. Notably, no other Civil War Cycling GNMP route -- not even Route 1, the Full Day Lop -- includes as much coverage of Culp's Hill as Route 8.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike). 

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GNMP Route 9,10,11 Companion Maps

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An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 14-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Routes 9-11: Devil's Den, The Wheatfield, and Little Round Top Loops (1.5-3.8 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. These are short but challenging circuits that begin at the Devil's Den parking lot. They are the only Civil War Cycling maps that include the 0.4-mile ride along the Warren Avenue approach to Little Round Top.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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GNMP Route 12 Companion Map

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An optional (and free) companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 7-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for Route 12: East Cavalry Field Loop (5.2 miles). The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal.

Route 12 is disconnected from the main battlefield and requires travel on a heavily trafficked road and a shoulderless farm road that is narrow and winding. Therefore, Route 12 is for expert bicyclists only. The route may appeal to people who have previously toured the main battlefield and want to visit this infrequently visited area. Plan for about 1 hour, including stops and breaks.

You may print these color pages to tuck into your jersey, bicycle panniers, or handlebar map bag. If your mobile device has a PDF reader, you can also digitally view your maps while on a break. (For safety reasons, the maps are not intended for use while pedaling your bike).

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