Easy Rider GAP Bike Tour

Catch the Highlights of the Great Allegheny Passage on 3 days of easy downhill riding

Introducing the Great Allegheny Passage

This is an unbeatable introduction to the charm and history of the Great Allegheny Passage as well as bike touring vacations. You’ll have plenty of time to explore and enjoy the small towns and amazing cultural and historical sites, including Fallingwater, Salisbury Viaduct and the Historic District of Frostburg.  This tour has been designed for the novice cyclist to enjoy, while intermediate cyclists will have the opportunity to ride additional miles or have extra discovery and relaxing time.


Great Allegheny Passage Rail Trail

Your journey begins in Ohiopyle as we head “downhill” on the GAP ( Great Allegheny Passage) towards Cedar Creek in the “Yough” Valley. The near -level trail constructed on old railroad bed with a maximum 2% grade and a smooth crushed limestone surface- translates into mile melting easy riding. From there, you will spend the next day along the Casselman River and Will’s Creek crossing beautiful iron bridges created by the railroads as we descend from the Allegheny Front to Cumberland, Maryland- the Queen City.

The third day you will have the sheer joy of riding downhill all day, beginning with the Casselman River as your companion and ulitmatley finishing your day cruising through the Youghiogheny Gorge back to your car.


Custom bike tour departures are available for groups of 6 or more.


Tour Highlights

Colonel Crawford’s cabin

Youghiogheny River Gorge

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

Salisbury Viaduct

Eastern Continental Divide

Lodging Options

Historic Summit Inn

Fairfield Inn & Suites

Day 1: Begin your ride by passing through quaint river and rail towns, following the Youghiogheny River through the gorge, surrounded by Ohiopyle State Park.


Day 2: Spend the morning touring Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous masterpiece “Fallingwater,” and continue through the Big Savage Tunnel and downward to Cumberland, MD, passing over the Eastern Continental Divide as well as the Mason-Dixon Line.


Day 3: Today brings you to one of the most beautiful sections of the GAP and the Yough River. On this final morning, we’ll return to the trail in Rockwood PA. Over the next 29.5 miles, we’ll descend 1,227′ back to Ohiopyle. Lunch will be enjoyed in Confluence – where the Youghiogheny, Casselman and Laurel Hill Rivers join.

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“Great tour, accommodations, food and guides on our 3-day rails to trails trip!.”

~Susan, TripAdvisor

Trip Information


Trip Length - Days

Tour Type
Rail Trail
Tour Rating
Bike Tour Routes with Elevation gain and loss
Route Overview
E-bikes Allowed

Required Specifications

  • 50 pounds or less weight limit
  • Pedal assist only
  • Removable battery
  • 5+ hour battery capacity

Daily Mileage

Check In Location
Ohiopyle, PA
PA bike tour route
Tour Area
SAG Vehicle New York Finger Lakes Bike Tour
Support & Gear Vehicle

Minimum Age


2 Breakfasts | 3 Lunches
2 Dinners

2024 Pricing
  • PP Double Occupancy

  • Single Supplement*

  • Standard Bike Rental


*This is required if you are traveling solo or if you are traveling with someone but require separate beds.


Select your departure date and click to reserve your bike tour!

  • 2024 Dates
  • If your desired departure date is within 30 days, please call our office to book, it will be unavailable to book on-line.

    To be placed on a waitlist or request a private departure, please follow the ‘Request Itinerary’ button below & send us a message or call our office number below to speak to one of our reservation staff. We may open additional tours, and those on the waitlist receive priority on future tours

Consider our 4 -day Great Allegheny Passage tour as an alternative.  It has similar daily mileages, and is a laid back tour designed to really enjoy every mile of the GAP

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