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There's Always Something Fun To Do Along our Backroads of Appalachia
We know riding our totally entertaining back roads are your main goal but there's more... after-all, you've got to stop to refuel, grab a bite and rest your head before your next trek along our Appalachian Backroads. You get thirsty... check out our Spirits of the Clinch. And yep, we have a free map for that too!
Check out our music. Can't go wrong starting at the Carter Family Fold - the true birthplace of Country music! Give us a holler and we'll send you the brochure. Better yet, get on that ride and check 'em out yourself!
Want to take a break and do some fishing? Well, guess what... we can hook you up with a free Fishing Guide!
There's a wealth of See & Do musts in the Heart of Appalachia along our backroads! If you need help, just let us know. And we even have an App for that to map your favorites!
Once again, our friends at RoadRUNNER Magazine assisted us in the update of our Appalachian Backroads map and we're pleased to say it's here!
Our partnership with RoadRUNNER grew after they spent days, on more than one occasion, riding our roads and they helped us expand and refine the original routes so you'll get the most out of the best back roads in the region! They even laid claim to their favorite route, named in their honor, the ROADRUNNER!
Enjoy your ride!
RoadRUNNER added a technical difficulty indicator to our routes. One curvy arrow is "technical" and two curvy arrows indicate an "extremely technical" route.
ROUTE BY ROUTE
Here's a glimpse at our tried and true back roads routes. Click on an icon to go to the detailed route page for turn-by-turn directions, GPX and a downloadable tankbag maps.
The valleys on the Eagle's Nest 90 mile loop provided routes to early pioneers as they moved westward to Cumberland Gap. Wind your way along... read more.
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