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Old 05-14-06, 12:50 PM   #1
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Suggestions for 2-3 day credit card tour

Hello I am looking for a 2-3 day credit card loop tour somewhere on the East Coast N. Va. to Vt. I would like easy or moderate terrain as this will be my wifes first tour and mileage of around 60 MPD. Any thoughts?

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Several people on these boards have talked about Pittsburgh to DC on the Allegheny Passage and C&O.

I've been considering DC to Charlottesville to Fredericksburg and back. Might be a bit hilly coming out of Charlottesville.

Recently I saw a route from DC to Fredericksburg, out the Northern Neck to the ferry from Reedsville to Smith Island, ferry to Lookout point, back roads through St Mary's and Prince George County back to DC. Looked interesting. I think Adventure Cycling or one of the other companies has info.

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