Great Allegheny Passage

Wilderness Voyageurs on the Great Allegheny Passage   If you've ridden the Great Allegheny Passage in Ohiopyle, you've been just a stone's throw away from our home base here at Wilderness Voyageurs. Our outfitter has been in Ohiopyle (at mile 72 on the GAP!) since 1964, and...

Our bike tours at Wilderness Voyageurs visit a growing number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Rolling into each of these incredible places on your bike will be an experience you won't soon forget. ...

We thoroughly enjoyed the 4 day GAP ride from Homestead PA to Cumberland MD. Our guides Andres and Megan made sure we were properly prepared, had everything we needed, and that we were having a good time. The trail was perfect, the scenery was beautiful....

Best Restaurants on the Great Allegheny Passage One of the best things about bike touring is eating food. Lots and lots of it, without consequence! The Great Allegheny Passage (a 150-mile continuous rail-trail from Pittsburgh to Cumberland) is one of the best touring routes because it...

The historic Great Allegheny Passage isn’t just a path through the woods. The 10-foot-wide multipurpose trail is built on railroad corridors constructed to heavy-duty standards of gentle grades, sweeping curves and major bridges and tunnels that take you through the mountains, not over them.   Along...

The GAP is built on the abandoned Western Maryland Railroad (WMRR) right-of-way.  The section of the WMRR between Cumberland, MD and Connellsville, PA was built between 1910 and  1912. It operated until 1975.  The bridges and tunnels that were designed to move freight between Pittsburgh and...

Bike the best car-free bike path in the Eastern U.S.!     Spanning 150 miles through the Allegheny Mountains, the Great Allegheny Passage Trail is the crown jewel of Mid-Atlantic Rail Trails. So much so, that the national leader on rail-trail authority, the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, inducted the GAP Trail first...

The trip was nothing but great. From the tour guides, to the food, to the lodging, everything was amazing. We ate and snacked well. We also had a great group of people. All strangers to start, but friends by the end of the trip. The sights were...

My wife and I recently took your 4 day GAP rail trail trip. Our leaders were Frank and Rich. They were excellent Guides! They were both very helpful, very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the trip not to forget to mention pretty good cooks! They were both...

Like Brian Wilson's 1966 Beach Boys song, the 6-day bike ride from Boston, PA to our nation's Capitol was truly one good vibration after another! Not one sour, off-key note the entire time! The ever-changing scenery, the flora and fauna, the Wilderness-Voyageur guides, the tunnels, and...