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List of Gettysburg National Military Park (GNMP) Companion Maps

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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 describes fourteen bicycle routes through Gettysburg National Military Park:

  • Enjoy historically-themed bicycle routes that showcase Gettysburg monuments
  • Choose the length and difficulty of your ride (from 1.5 miles to 23.8 miles)
  • All routes are circular and respect one-way roads
  • Avoid town roads where possible, and know your sidewalk options
  • Easily find restrooms, water sources, bicycles racks and other amenities
  • Combine routes into multi-day tours
 

You may print Civil War Cycling's companion maps 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).

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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Route 1: Full Day Loop. Pick this bicycle route if you are fit enough to ride for several hours but with frequent breaks to enjoy the Gettysburg battlefield. This is a circular route along paved park roads, but you will ride on busy residential streets or sidewalks to tour the Day 1 battlefield.

  • 23.8 miles, Full Day Loop, Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863
  • 5-6 hour self-directed tour: Cemetery Hill, Seminary and McPherson's Ridges, Oak Hill, Barlow's Knoll, Coster Avenue, Little Round Top, Devil's Den, Rose Woods, The Peach Orchard, and the eastern slope of Culp's Hill 
  • 31 full-color pages (maps and photos) that you can print for personal use
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots


Route 1: Full Day Loop is 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 a 23.8-mile tour through Gettysburg National Military Park. All maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. Like all Civil War Cycling maps, Route 1 is a circular route designed to avoid town roads, where possible, not only for your safety, but also to maximize your enjoyment of the Gettysburg landscape.

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GNMP Route 1b Companion Map

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Route 1b: Full Day Short Loop. Pick this route if you do not have time for Route 1's longer (23.8-mile) ride, but definately want to tour portions of the Gettysburg battlefield for all three days of fighting. If coverage for battle Day 1 is not essential, Route 3b covers about the same distance (10.7 miles) without the downtown ride on busy Washington Street.

  • 11.5 miles, Full Day Short Loop, Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863
  • 3-4 hour self-directed tour: East Cemetery Hill, McPherson's Ridge, Seminary Ridge, The Peach Orchard, Little Round Top, and Cemetery Ridge
  • 22 full-color pages (maps and photos) that you can print for personal use
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Route 1b: Full Day Short Loop provides abbreviated coverage of key battlefield sites for all three days of the Battle of Gettysburg (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. 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 an 11.5-mile tour of Gettysburg National Military Park. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. 

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GNMP Route 2 Companion Map

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Route 2: Battle Day 1 Loop. Pick this route if you have a special interest in Gettysburg battlefield events for July 1, 1863. (More than other bicycle routes, this one cannot avoid town roads, although the route was designed to allow bicyclists the option to ride on wide shoulders or sidewalks.)

  • 10.5 miles, Battle Day 1 Loop, Gettysburg, July 1, 1863
  • 3-4 hour self-directed tour: Seminary Ridge, McPherson's Ridge, Oak Hill, Barlow's Knoll, Coster Avenue, and the eastern slope of Culp's Hill
  • 15 full-color pages (maps and photos) that you can print for personal use
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Route 2: Battle Day 1 Loop covers the fields north of town and also part of Culp's Hill southeast of town, which is the first half of Route 1 (Full Day Loop). This means that it is not strictly necessary to own the companion maps for both Route 1 and Route 2. On the other hand, you may enjoy that they include a different set of monument photographs. 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 a 10.5-mile tour of Gettysburg National Military Park. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. 

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GNMP Route 3 Companion Map

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Route 3: Battle Days 2 & 3 Loop. For bicyclists who want to ride anywhere from 9.0 to 17.0 miles, your best options are Routes 3, 3b, 4, or 5. These routes cut in half Route 1's need to ride on busy residential streets or sidewalks. Route 3 is especially suitable for bicyclists who want the challenge of Culp's Hill.

  • 17.0 miles, Battle Days 2 & 3 Loop, Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863
  • 4-5 hour self-directed tour: East Cemetery Hill, Seminary Ridge, Little Round Top, Devil's Den, Rose Woods, The Peach Orchard, Cemetery Ridge, and Culp's Hill
  • 28 full-color pages (maps and photos) that you can print for personal use
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Route 3: Battle Days 2 & 3 Loop 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 Gettysburg battlefield events for July 2-3, 1863, this is a very popular tour. An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 28-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for a 17.0-mile tour of Gettysburg National Military Park. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. 

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GNMP Route 3b Companion Map

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Route 3b: Battle Days 2 & 3 Short Loop. For bicyclists who want to ride anywhere from 9.0 to 17.0 miles, your best options are Routes 3, 3b, 4, or 5. These routes cut in half Route 1's need to ride on busy residential streets or sidewalks. Route 3b is especially suitable for bicyclists who want the challenge of Culp's Hill but do not have time to tour Confederate positions along Warfield Ridge and approaching Big Round Top.

  • 10.7 miles, Battle Days 2 & 3 Short Loop, Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863
  • 3-4 hour self-directed tour: East Cemetery Hill, Seminary Ridge, The Peach Orchard, the Little Round Top area, Cemetery Ridge, and the eastern approach to Culp's Hill
  • 23 full-color pages (maps and photos)
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
 

Route 3b: Battle Days 2 & 3 Short Loop provides abbreviated coverage of key Gettysburg 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. 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 a 10.7-mnile tour of Gettysburg National Military Park. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. 

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GNMP Route 4 Companion Map

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Route 4: The Ridges Loop. For bicyclists who want to ride anywhere from 9.0 to 17.0 miles, your best options are Routes 3, 3b, 4, or 5. These routes cut in half Route 1's need to ride on busy residential streets or sidewalks. Route 4 is especially suitable for bicyclists who want to ride along lengthy, scenic straight-aways at the cost of skipping The Wheafield, Devil's Den, The Peach Orchard, and Culp's Hill.

  • 9.0 miles, The Ridges Loop, Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863
  • 2-3 hour self-directed tour: East Cemetery Hill, Seminary Ridge, Little Round Top, and Cemetery Ridge
  • 18 full-color pages (maps and photos)
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Route 4: The Ridges Loop 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. 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 a 9.0-mile tour of Gettysburg National Military Park. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. In terms of navigation, 

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GNMP Route 5 Companion Map

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Route 5: The Ridges Extended Loop. For bicyclists who want to ride anywhere from 9.0 to 17.0 miles, your best options are Routes 3, 3b, 4, or 5. These routes cut in half Route 1's need to ride on busy residential streets or sidewalks. Route 5 is especially suitable for bicyclists who would enjoy a winding, up-and-down ride through both fields and woodlots.

  • 12.2 miles, The Ridges Extended Loop, Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863
  • 3 hour self-directed tour: East Cemetery Hill, Seminary Ridge, Little Round Top, Devil's Den, Rose Woods, The Peach Orchard, and Cemetery Ridge
  • 21 full-color pages (maps and photos)
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Route 5: The Ridges Extended Loop 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, Gettysburg battlefield, excluding Culp's Hill. An optional companion map to the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, it is a 21-page PDF file packed with maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for a 12.2-mile tour of Gettysburg National Military Park. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. 

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GNMP Route 6 & 7 Companion Maps

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Routes 6 & 7: Culp's Hill Lower & Upper Loops. Pick this route if you have a special interest in Gettysburg's Culp's Hill area, can handle a few steep hills on park pavement, and do not have time for Route 8 (the longer Culp's Hill Double Loop). If you have time, Route 3 or 3b might be a better option, since they include part of Culp's Hill.

  • 2.4 miles (each), Culp's Hill Lower & Upper Loops, Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863
  • 1-2 hour self-directed tour of the Culp's Hill area
  • 19 full-color pages (maps and photos)
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Routes 6 & 7: Culp's Hill Lower & Upper Loops are relatively simple to navigate, although the hills can be challenging. An optional companion map set for the guidebook, Bicycling Gettysburg National Military Park, this 19-page PDF file provides maps, bicycle cues, and monument photographs for two 2.4-mile tours through the Gettysburg Culp's Hill area. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal.

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GNMP Route 8 Companion Map

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Route 8: Culp's Hill Double Loop. Pick this route if you have a special interest in Gettysburg's Culp's Hill area and can handle a few steep hills on park pavement. 

  • 5.5 miles, Culp's Hill Double Loop, Gettysburg, July 2-3, 1863
  • 2-3 hour self-directed tour of the Culp's Hill area
  • 15 full-color pages (maps and photos)
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Route 8: Culp's Hill Double Loop includes more coverage of Culp's Hill than any other Civil War Cycling route, including Route 1, the Full Day Loop. 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 a challenging 5.5-mile tour of Culp's Hill. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. 

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GNMP Route 9,10,11 Companion Maps

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Routes 9-11: Devil's Den, The Wheatfield, and Little Round Top Loops. Pick this set of small loops if you have a special interest in Devil's Den, The Wheatfield, or Little Round Top, and do not have time for a longer ride through Gettysburg National Military Park. For bicyclists who can ride greater distances, Routes 1, 3, or 5 might be better options.

  • 1.5 to 3.8 miles, Gettysburg Devil's Den, The Wheatfield, and Little Round Top Loops, July 2-3, 1863
  • 1-2 hour self-directed tour of Devil's Den, The Wheatfield, and Little Round Top
  • 14 full-color pages (maps and photos)
  • Detailed bicycle cues that describe turns and mileage for a circular route
  • GPS coordinates for featured monuments
  • Maps mark location of restrooms, portable toilets, water sources, bicycle racks, parking lots
 

Routes 9-11: Devil's Den, The Wheatfield, and Little Round Top Loops 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. 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 a small set of 1.5 to 3.8 tours through the hilliest park roads that wind through Gettysburg National Military Park. The maps refer to historical content in the guidebook, so having both is ideal. 

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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.

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