All Battlefields – Quick Links for Biking Battlefields

Quick Links for Biking Battlefields

Jump into Civil War Cycling’s massive content repository to learn American history, and plan a series of adventures biking battlefields. Simply click a blue button to access resources.

Gettysburg National Military Park

1195 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325

Civil War Cycling Home Page: Gettysburg (with Google map, Blogroll, and weather!)

Landscape PhotosMonument Gallery
Hunt for MonumentsTake Quiz
Select Bicycle RouteTips for Your Ride
Study NotesGettysburg Index

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East Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg

Antietam National Battlefield

302 East Main Street, Sharpsburg, Maryland 21782

Civil War Cycling Home Page: Antietam (with Google map, Blogroll, and weather!)

Landscape PhotosMonument Gallery
Hunt for MonumentsTake Quiz
Select Bicycle RouteTips for Your Ride
Antietam Index

Are you looking for maps for bicycling Antietam? Browse Civil War Cycling’s Antietam shop here.

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New York State Monument and Visitor Center, Antietam

Antietam Battlefield Excursions from the C&O Canal Towpath

Civil War Cycling’s guidebook and maps for touring Antietam National Battlefield include directions and maps for bicyclists who want to tour the battlefield as an excursion from the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Towpath. CLICK to read more about the C&O Canal access points that our maps explain:

Select Bicycle Route

Civil War Cycling’s C&O Canal maps are unique in several ways. First, they are designed to help cyclists to minimize backtracking; avoid lengthy rides on public roads; and anticipate that some rural roads near the canal are incredibly steep. Route options are outlined in pro/con format. Second, the routes are tailored to accomodate the differing needs of the northbound versus the southbound canal towpath cyclist. And finally, historical summaries and photos make the materials useful for an educational tour.

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