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Old 02-16-09, 08:49 PM   #1
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STP Information sources

It seems like there are a lot of posts asking simple questions about the STP -- maybe because the question-posters haven't located the basic motherlode of answers at the Cascade Bicycle Club site:

http://www.cascade.org/EandR/stp/index.cfm

While they don't have the map/booklet posted yet, it would be surprising if there were many changes from recent years. Here's a link to the route for 2007, as automatically traced on Bikely.com:

http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path...07-Auto-Traced

With that out of the way, you can turn your googling efforts to photo postings, videos and blogs
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Here's the pdf link to the 2008 map. I'm sure a few minor changes might happen around the Centralia area probably because of the recent floods but it should give a general idea of route and rest stops.

http://cascade.org/EandR/stp/pdf/STP_Route_Map_2008.pdf
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While they don't have the map/booklet posted yet, it would be surprising if there were many changes from recent years. Here's a link to the route for 2007, as automatically traced on Bikely.com:
What if someone moves Portland?
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