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Cross Country USA: Portland to Portland

THE Bucket List Trip

New bike tour with Trek Travel in 2014.

If you're ready for the bike trip—and challenge—of a lifetime, prepare to join Trek Travel on a bicycle tour that stretches from the Pacific to the Atlantic.

We are excited and proud to unveil our new epic Cross Country USA trip, developed in response to popular demand—Portland to Portland. The goal: ambitious. The distance: 3,600 miles. The training: intense. The opportunity: unrivaled. If you're ready for the bike trip—and challenge—of a lifetime, prepare to join Trek Travel on a bicycle tour that stretches from the Pacific to the Atlantic across the northern tier of this beautiful country. On this trip you'll climb more than 130,000 feet over the course of 39 riding days—all from the seat of a top of the line Trek carbon fiber road bike, the use of which is included in your trip price. Your shortest day will be 37 miles and the longest, 125 miles. You'll have four rest days, two "rolling recovery" days with mileage of 31 to 60 miles, and 15 days with mileage of 100 miles or more. Although the challenge and dedication to training is substantial, your Trek Travel guides will be with you every pedal stroke of the way, offering encouragement, mechanical and logistical support, camaraderie, and our renowned Trek Travel guest service. Our signature attention to detail—and exhaustive planning and provisioning—will leave you free to just ride. You'll accomplish more physically in 45 days than most people do in a lifetime!

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Portland, Oregon | Portland, Maine

Dates

2014
Aug
2015
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Daily Itinerary

Day

1

Road Bike:

Astoria to Fort Stevens Return
Approximately 30 miles with 250 feet of climbing

Description:

Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Hotel Lucia (400 SW Broadway, Portland, Oregon) at 9:00 AM on the first day of the trip. Today is the day to get everything in order before embarking on your cross country odyssey. After a 2- hour shuttle to the town of Astoria, you will enjoy a hearty welcome lunch and brief introductions, and your guides will take time to ensure you a comfortable fit on your bike. We recommend that you have a professional bike fit early in your training, for the greatest efficiency and to reduce the risk of injury. Please bring all measurements from bike fits, as well as your saddle, pedals, personal GPS unit, and any other equipment you would like affixed to your bike to this meeting so your guides can set up your bike to your requirements. Following the bike fit and some introductory information, it’s time for a short scenic spin from Astoria to Fort Stevens State Park and down to the Pacific Ocean where you can dip your tire into the water to mark the official start of your journey. Use the rest of this ride to warm up your legs and make sure you are comfortable in your saddle. Your warm-up ride will be followed by a social hour and dinner at the Bridgewater Bistro, where your guides will discuss your upcoming adventure in more detail and answer any questions you may have.

Hotel:

Cannery Pier Hotel
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Day

2

Road Bike:

Astoria, OR to Portland, OR
Approximately 101 miles with 4,300 feet of climbing

Description:

Your adventure begins today as you depart Astoria and head for Portland on your first century of the trip! After becoming familiar with some route details and safety tips, gather for a group photo before bidding farewell to the west coast. Now it’s time to turn east as you ease into your first pedal strokes along Young’s River and through the beautiful and densely forested Clatsop State Forest. As you ride, the enclosed green canopy and winding roads gradually open up to bring you just north of Portland where you will continue southeast on the Scappose-Vernonia Highway and directly into downtown Portland. Explore one of America’s most bike-friendly cities this evening as you relish the feeling of accomplishment from having completed your first full day in the saddle.

Hotel:

Portland Marriot Downtown Waterfront
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3

Road Bike:

Portland, OR to Hood River, OR
Approximately 75 miles with 4,450 feet of climbing

Description:

You’ll depart Portland this morning on a network of bike trails and lanes. Once in Troutdale you will begin the Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway 30 that separates Washington from Oregon. The north side of this 75-mile scenic byway boasts spectacular views of the Columbia River Gorge while the south is blessed with a range of astonishing waterfalls. Take the time to stop at Columbia Point, one of the most scenic outlooks on the journey, and visit the Vista House which was built as a rest stop for early travelers. Don’t miss small hikes along the way to view Latourell Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Multnomah Falls, to name just a few. You’ll arrive in Hood River after cycling the 5-mile Mosier Twin Tunnels Trail that passes through two climate zones and is bordered by numerous types of foliage and plants. As you finish your ride, don’t forget to look out onto the water, as Hood River is renowned as one of the best wind surfing locations in the U.S.

Hotel:

Hood River Hotel
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Day

4

Road Bike:

Hood River, OR to Boardman, OR
Approximately 104 miles with 3,350 feet of climbing

Description:

Depart this wind surfing and mountain biking hotspot to continue following the Lewis and Clark Trail along the water. As you ride, you will see wind turbines harnessing this region’s most powerful and clean resource. You will also pass the John Day Dam which features the highest lift of any navigation lock in the United States, as well as a variety of bridges across the river.

Hotel:

River Lodge and Grill
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Day

5

Road Bike:

Boardman, OR to Walla Walla, WA
Approximately 75 miles with 2,100 feet of climbing

Description:

Complete your journey along the Columbia River Gorge and continue following the Lewis and Clark Trail as you turn due east onto the well-traveled Hwy 12. This will lead you through high desert sage and the agricultural areas producing the sweet onions, wheat, and wine that characterize the Walla Walla region of Washington. Find yourself in the heart of downtown as you finish your day by venturing out to find a cozy wine tasting and dinner of your choice.

Hotel:

The Marcus Whitman Hotel
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6

Road Bike:

Walla Walla, WA to Lewiston, ID
Approximately 100 miles with 5,500 feet of climbing

Description:

Climb out of Walla Walla on gently rolling hills as you make your way through eastern Washington’s beautiful fields. Today you will work hard to get to the third state of your journey, but the effort will be well worth it as you enjoy a long, winding descent into Idaho alongside the gentle Asotin Creek and the powerful Snake River. Shortly after entering Idaho you will find yourself in Lewiston, located at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. Due to a system of locks and dams on the Columbia and Snake Rivers, Lewiston is accessible by some ocean-going vessels and is the easternmost port on the west coast.

Hotel:

Red Lion Hotel
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Day

7

Road Bike:

Lewiston, ID to Kooskia, ID
Approximately 103 miles with 6,700 feet of climbing

Description:

Soon after departing Lewiston you will enter the land of the Nez Perce tribe. Cruise through undulating hills and scattered towns as you dicover this magnificent gateway to the west. The Nez Perce have made this area home since before the history of the West was recorded and with many areas to hunt, fish, hike, and harvest berries, it is clear why. Enjoy the striking views from the banks of the Clearwater River into the hills above. Tonight you will stay in a hand-crafted log cabin on the banks of the free-flowing Middle Fork of the Clearwater. Each cabin has 2 or 3 private bedrooms and shared living spaces, bathrooms, a fireplace, hot tub, and deck to enjoy with your traveling companions turned cabin mates.

Hotel:

River Dance Lodge
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Day

8

Road Bike:

Kooskia, ID to Lolo, MT
Approximately 92 miles with 4,400 feet of climbing

Description:

Today you get to conquer your first Rocky Mountain pass, as you ascend a gradual climb winding alongside the Lochsa River through the brilliant Clearwater National Forest. This historic route rises to the border of Montana before a short descent to the Lodge at Lolo Hot Springs. It’s a great place to rest and soak your legs after the day’s climb.

Hotel:

The Lodge at Lolo Hot Springs
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Day

9

Road Bike:

Lolo, MT to Missoula, MT
Approximately 37 miles with 300 feet of climbing

Description:

Enjoy a lazy morning with your fellow riders as you get used to the time change because this short day is nearly all downhill! Today you finish descending the winding road from Lolo Pass into the town of Missoula--home of the University of Montana. Take a look around at the peaks dominating the horizon, as this town lies at the convergence of five separate mountain ranges. It’s your choice for lunch and dinner today so enjoy your favorite foods as you soak in the scene in this fun college town!

Hotel:

DoubleTree Hotel Missoula - Edgewater
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Day

10

Rest Day:

Missoula, MT

Description:

Today is a day to relax, put up your feet, and enjoy. Benefit from a recovery stroll along the trail beside the water just down from the hotel or explore the quaint downtown. This could also be the day to get some shopping done as Montana levies no state sales tax! Alternatively, catch up on some sleep, unwind, and simply get some correspondence and laundry done. Today is yours to explore, dine, and recover as you please.

Hotel:

DoubleTree Hotel Missoula - Edgewater
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11

Road Bike:

Missoula, MT to Helena, MT
Approximately 125 miles with 6,100 feet of climbing

Description:

Saddle up! Today you will take advantage of your well-rested legs to tackle the longest day of your journey as you continue across the fourth largest state in America. Enjoy the cool breeze as it wicks down the surrounding mountains and stirs the wildlife below. Keep a careful eye on the passing fields to catch a glance of a mule deer, antelope, elk, or maybe even a grizzly bear.

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Helena
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Day

12

Road Bike:

Helena, MT to Bozeman, MT
Approximately 105 miles with 2,650 feet of climbing

Description:

Another picturesque day of riding awaits as you pass through the open fields and foothills of Montana. As you reach your day’s destination, glance east to the Bridger and Bangtail Mountain ranges. These two ranges, separated by Bridger Canyon, were once home to a pair of bickering brothers who pastured horses. Their constant quarreling over which horses belonged to whom made one brother decide to “bang,” or cut short, his horse’s tails to identify them, and so the name was born. Stop downtown at Bangtail Bikes for more stories of the area and to talk to the long-time owner.

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Express Bozeman West
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13

Road Bike:

Bozeman, MT to Columbus, MT
Approximately 105 miles with 2,500 feet of climbing

Description:

Today’s big ride takes you along the northern border of Yellowstone National Park and Gallatin National Forest. Continue to soak up these majestic peaks and rolling fields of the Rocky Mountains on your last full day in Montana. At this point you are surrounded by six different mountain ranges including Beartooth Mountain Range—home to the highest peak in the state, Granite Peak (12,799 ft).

Hotel:

Super 8 Columbus
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Day

14

Road Bike:

Columbus, MT to Lovell, WY
Approximately 89 miles with 2,550 feet of climbing

Description:

Travel south this morning to bid farewell to Montana and cross the border into Wyoming. After passing over the Yellowstone River and departing the fisherman’s paradise of Columbus, you will begin to discover the second-least densely populated state in the United States. Don’t let these grasslands deceive you though: wildlife such as bald eagles, buffalo, and antelope abound in this area of the Wild West.

Hotel:

Horseshoe Bend Motel
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Day

15

Road Bike:

Lovell, WY to Sheridan, WY
Approximately 97 miles with 8,500 feet of climbing

Description:

Prepare for a memorable and momentous day, as you will ascend to the highest point of your epic journey. The path you will follow, known as “The Medicine Wheel Passage,” twists 25 miles up through the trees and meadows of the Bighorn National Forest. If you keep your eyes on the forest today you may spot marmot, moose, or if you’re very lucky, a bighorn sheep. Enjoy a fabulous and picturesque winding descent into the quinessential ranching town of Sheridan. Take some time this afternoon to check out the Don King Museum, a treasure-trove of West West memorabilia; browse the famous aisles of King Ropes; and head downtown for a drink at the Mint Bar

Hotel:

Best Western Sheridan Center
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Day

16

Road Bike:

Sheridan, WY to Gillette, WY
Approximately 108 miles with 4,800 feet of climbing

Description:

As you pedal away from Sheridan, it’s easy to imagine the Old West battles and shootouts that once took place here. In fact, not far from here is the site of the Battle of the Little Bighorn where General Custer was killed. Ride like the wind as you get out of town and find yourself in the “Energy Capital of the Nation.” With views of Eagle Butte Mine along the way, you can see some of the pits from which Wyoming supplies 35% of the nation’s coal.

Hotel:

Hampton Inn Gillette
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Day

17

Road Bike:

Gillette, WY to Sundance, WY
Approximately 88 miles with 3800 feet of climbing

Description:

The northern Black Hills of South Dakota await you today, and as you ride among the ponderosa pines of this region, you will discover how the hills received their name. These trees absorb so much of the light, they make the area look dark and “black.” Riding through the scenic Spearfish Canyon, where the final scenes of “Dances with Wolves” were filmed, you will pass close to the famous historic Old Western town of Deadwood.

Hotel:

Bear Lodge Motel
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Day

18

Road Bike:

Sundance, WY to Rapid City, SD
Approximately 102 miles with 6,000 feet of climbing

Description:

The northern Black Hills of South Dakota await you today, and as you ride among the ponderosa pines of this region, you will discover how the hills received their name. These trees absorb so much of the light, they make the area look dark and “black.” Riding through the scenic Spearfish Canyon, where the final scenes of “Dances with Wolves” were filmed, you will pass close to the famous historic Old Western town of Deadwood.

Hotel:

Hotel Alex Johnson
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Day

19

Rest Day:

Rapid City, SD

Description:

This is your day to rest and recover and celebrate that your hard work has now taken you across 40% of the country! Activities abound to occupy your time in Rapid City. Take this opportunity to visit the eye-catching Mount Rushmore National Monument and Crazy Horse Monument. Or maybe stay closer to town and walk the imaginative Art Alley or perhaps quiz each other on the Presidential Statues located on the street corners of downtown. Whatever you do, don't forget to kick back for a time and enjoy your accomplishments on reaching this milestone!

Hotel:

Hotel Alex Johnson
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Day

20

Road Bike:

Rapid City, SD to Kadoka, SD
Approximately 110 miles with 3,300 feet of climbing

Description:

Back in the saddle and well-rested, today you will venture to the famous shopping mall consisting of restaurants, gift shops, and drug stores: Wall Drug. You won’t miss it with the billboards lining the road miles out from the destination. After feasting on the food of your choice (and completing any necessary shopping endeavors, of course), depart Wall to enter Badlands National Park. This uparalleled land of buttes and spires was used by many Native Americans as hunting grounds as well as a place to live using the higher areas as lookouts to see oncoming enemies or herds of animals.

Hotel:

America’s Best Value Inn Kadoka
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Day

21

Road Bike:

Kadoka, SD to Chamberlain, SD
Approximately 115 miles with 2,200 feet of climbing

Description:

Today you leave this gateway to the Badlands and Black Hills to continue your trek across the grasslands of South Dakota. This area, including Fort Pierre National Grasslands, provides visitors excellent opportunities to camp, hunt, and fish, but for you it provides a steady, straight road past cattle herds and farms to your destination of Chamberlain, South Dakota.

Hotel:

Oasis Inn Chamberlain
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Day

22

Road Bike:

Chamberlain, SD to Mitchell, SD
Approximately 70 miles with 600 feet of climbing

Description:

Begin the day by crossing the rushing Missouri River and heading into another beautiful day of open grasslands. Relax into a steady cadence as you pedal through these lands that were occupied by early American settlers working on the railroad, farming, ranching, and trading within the fur trade. Don’t overlook Mitchell’s biggest attraction: the Corn Palace!

Hotel:

Ramada Mitchell Hotel
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Day

23

Road Bike:

Mitchell, SD to Sioux Falls, SD
Approximately 72 miles with 1,400 feet of climbing

Description:

Today brings you into South Dakota’s largest city: Sioux Falls. The location of Sioux Falls, on the banks of the cascades of the Big Sioux River, has been a site of human habitation since antiquity. This area was first settled by Native Americans who harnessed the water source for agriculture. The land near the water was also held sacred as a burial ground and is still respected as such today.

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Sioux Falls City Centre
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Day

24

Road Bike:

Sioux Falls, SD to Okoboji, IA
Approximately 97 miles with 2,100 feet of climbing

Description:

Bid fond farewells to South Dakota as you cross the border into Iowa, the seventh state along your route so far! Navigate through Iowa's peaceful farmland into the vacation destination of Okoboji. This fun-loving city sits between the natural glacial waters of East and West Okoboji Lakes. Along with all the leisure opportunities this water brings—boating, tubing, jet skiing, fishing, sailing—this thriving town also contains an amusement park, theater, museums, golf courses, and provides night life with local bands and entertainment acts.

Hotel:

Bridges Bay Resort
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Day

25

Road Bike:

Okoboji, IA to Clear Lake, IA
Approximately 107 miles with 1300 feet of climbing

Description:

Continue through the gentle hills and croplands of the “American Heartland” today. Although 60% of Iowa is used for farming, the state has worked hard to develop other economic sectors such as manufacturing, information technology, and energy production. In fact, Iowa has the highest percentage of wind power generation of any state, which means there’s a lot of wind, so prepare to work together on the road to support and encourage each other to complete the 12th century ride of the trip!

Hotel:

Microtel Inn Clear Lake
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Day

26

Road Bike:

Clear Lake, IA to West Union, IA
Approximately 91 miles with 1600 feet of climbing

Description:

Today brings you one notable step closer to the Atlantic, as you complete your last full day in Iowa. Passing through Marble Rock and Nushua you will be reminded of the sights and sounds of small town life. These towns pride themselves on their community bond, friendly nature, family focus, and patriotism. You may even get some neighborly waves as you pass through.

Hotel:

Best Rest Inn & Suites
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Day

27

Road Bike:

West Union, IA to Boscobel, WI
Approximately 78 miles with 2300 feet of climbing

Description:

After several days spent winding through the farms of Iowa, today you will reach the great Mississippi River. Not only is the eastern border of Iowa defined completely by this river, but the western border is a river as well—the Missouri (Iowa is the only state with two parallel rivers defining its borders). You will also begin to find more variation in the landscape due to ancient glacial activity. After crossing the longest river in the U.S. you will enter the lush green state of Wisconsin where you will follow the Wisconsin River to your day’s destination: Boscobel.

Hotel:

The River Inn Boscobel
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Day

28

Road Bike:

Boscobel, WI to Madison, WI
Approximately 85 miles with 2500 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning you will follow the Wisconsin River out of town and return once more to the hills! Sweep through secluded, winding rollers lined with Wisconsin’s diverse plant life. Finish this leg strong as you roll into its gorgeous capital city, and home to its flagship university, located on an isthmus between Lakes Mendota and Monona. Get ready to celebrate tonight with a special evening in Trek Travel’s midwestern hometown.

Hotel:

Hilton Madison Monona Terrace
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Day

29

Rest Day:

Madison, WI

Description:

Wisconsin’s thriving capital, Madison, is perfect for a casual day of recovery. The city is steeped in history and is the political center of Wisconsin. This hot spot has lots to offer when it comes to food, the arts, entertainment, or recreational activities. Don’t miss the “Museum Mile” running from the state Capitol (considered one of the most beautiful in the nation) to UW-Madison; the spectacle of having more bikes than cars in many sections of town; and the plentiful local breweries and outdoor patios for dining. You may also choose to get out on one of the lakes for a day of water activities. So kick back and relax--today is your day off.

Hotel:

Hilton Madison Monona Terrace
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Day

30

Road Bike:

Madison WI, to Milwaukee, WI
Approximately 92 miles with 1400 feet of climbing

Description:

Another great day stretches out ahead of you, with a first stop at Trek Bicycles in Waterloo. The headquarters display a collection of legendary Trek Bikes, a design studio, and the Race Team Shop where Trek athlete bikes are constructed and inspected. Stop in for a short tour and be inspired before you continue on your journey. Enjoy roaming near the scattered lakes and quiet suburbs leading into Milwaukee before you enjoy a night at a striking warehouse turned hotel for motorcycle enthusiasts and travelers alike.

Hotel:

The Iron Horse Hotel
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Day

31

Road Bike:

Milwaukee, WI to Holland, MI
Approximately 39 miles with 400 feet of climbing

Description:

Enjoy a lesiurely morning as you pack up and head to the Lake Express ride. In only two and a half hours this high-speed ferry will take your expedition across the grand waters of Lake Michigan. Upon arrival on the eastern shore you will enter the ninth state of your journey: Michigan. This afternoon’s short ride is the perfect transition into another lush green midwestern state. Feel the moist lakeside air as you ride south to your destination for the evening. The Dutch-inspired city of Holland has a fantistic small town charm and an award-winning downtown which you will have the opportunity to explore as you decide where you would like to refuel from today’s short ride.

Hotel:

City Flats Hotel Holland
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Day

32

Road Bike:

Holland, MI to Marshall, MI
Approximately 90 miles with 1850 feet of climbing

Description:

Today you will zigzag your way southeast through the open countryside and farms of lower Michigan. Conserve your energy and enjoy the ride before you embark on a pair of century rides in the days to come. Your final destination today is Marshall, and with its 850 buildings categorized as landmarks, it is one of the largest national Historic Landmark Districts in the United States. It is also said to have “textbook 19th Century American Architecture.” So make sure to look around as you make your way to the intimate and celebrated Dark Horse Brewery for dinner.

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Express Marshall
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Day

33

Road Bike:

Marshall, MI to Toledo, OH
Approximately 114 miles with 1600 feet of climbing

Description:

It’s time to depart Michigan and make your way to State Number Ten on your journey. Today you will pass through the beautiful area known as the Irish Hills. This land, originally settled by Irish immigrants, is known for its scenic views of large and small lakes scattered among rolling hills. You will also briefly visit an old friend: U.S. Route 12. This highway is the same one you pedaled along on Days 4 and 5. Refuel, relax, and recover tonight to congratulate yourself on a job well done and prepare yourself for another full day tomorrow.

Hotel:

Courtyard Toledo Rossford/Perrysburg
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Day

34

Road Bike:

Toledo, OH to Cleveland, OH
Approximately 118 miles with 900 feet of climbing

Description:

Not far into today’s ride you will leave the streets of Toledo to enjoy some time pedaling on a smooth custom-built bike path. Ohio has worked hard to join many of its small paved bike paths into the North Coast Inland Trail, and you will get to enjoy many miles of this trail on today’s ride. Your second century ride in two days is sure to test your endurance, but keep your head up to enjoy over 30 miles of stunning lake views and one of Cleveland’s most beautiful neighborhoods along Lake Avenue. Your route takes you straight into the heart of your destination, downtown Cleveland.

Hotel:

DoubleTree Cleveland Downtown - Lakeside
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Day

35

Rest Day:

Cleveland, OH

Description:

Awake this morning to a fantastic day with a chance to unwind and celebrate having crossed over 75% of the country! Enjoy a stroll along the lakefront or through the bustling downtown, and visit Cleveland’s iconic Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This site documents the history of artists, producers, and engineers who have greatly influenced the art of rock and roll. You can also use this day to get your last stash of clean clothes ready, check your emails, and bring friends and family back home up to speed on your adventures so far!

Hotel:

DoubleTree Cleveland Downtown - Lakeside
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Day

36

Road Bike:

Cleveland, OH to Meadville, PA
Approximately 102 miles with 4200 feet of climbing

Description:

Enjoy some warm-up pedal strokes as you exit the large, bustling downtown of Cleveland. You will quickly move into the inner-ring suburb of Shaker Heights, named for the North Union Shakers (a utopian religious sect) that founded the area’s original settlement. This peaceful suburb is now a gateway out of the urban area of Cleveland into the open, continously rolling landscape which leads to Pennsylvania. It won’t be long before you’ll be sharing the road with the horse-drawn buggies of the local Amish population.

Hotel:

Holiday Inn Express Meadville
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Day

37

Road Bike:

Meadville, PA to Bradford, PA
Approximately 95 miles with 4750 feet of climbing

Description:

Today’s ride continues through an area noted for its Amish communities. You will see Amish traditions, distinguished by how the Amish dress and go about their daily lives. They are known for valuing simplicity, emphasizing family and community, and for their separation from the modern world including amenities such as electricity (although some groups have become more liberal in their views and practices). The riding continues to be challenging through these rolling hills but the lush, serene country is sure to boost your mood and your spirits as you near the east coast. Today climaxes with a ride through the beautiful foliage of the Allegheny National Forest and along the Allegheny Reservoir.

Hotel:

Comfort Inn Bradford
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Day

38

Road Bike:

Bradford, PA to Corning, NY
Approximately 99 miles with 4700 feet of climbing

Description:

Before you leave today make sure you pick up a commemorative Zippo lighter straight from the town where it all started. Then you’ll head out to cross the border into New York! Spin your way to Corning today, which many will know for its manufacture of glass and ceramic products by Corning Incorporated, as well as being recognized as a top twenty-five small city art destination. You are on your own for dinner tonight so take some time to explore this quaint downtown with many galleries, shops, and restaurants as you refuel and relax.

Hotel:

Radisson Hotel Corning
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Day

39

Road Bike:

Corning, NY to Cazenovia, NY
Approximately 99 miles with 4900 feet of climbing

Description:

Today you'll ride north toward the famous Finger Lakes where you will catch glimpses of Seneca Lake and the rugged cliffs above. Watkins Glen at the south end of the lake is not only known for its picturesque views and water activities, but also for its street car racing. Tonight you'll stay at Brewster Inn, a world-class country inn which sits on the calm Cazenovia Lake. This is the perfect place to reminisce about the highlights and achievements of your journey and plan for the excitement and triumphs of the days ahead.

Hotel:

The Brewster Inn
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Day

40

Road Bike:

Cazenovia, NY to Lake Pleasant, NY
Approximately 99 miles with 3950 feet of climbing

Description:

This morning shortly after leaving the Inn you’ll find yourself among the striking Adirondacks. The difference from the Rocky Mountains is easy to see with the contrasting dome shaped summits covered in spruce, pine, and broad-leafed trees and the highest elevation reaching just above 5,000 feet. The riding here is really rewarding as you gradually pedal up the climbs and enjoy the accompaning views of the forest and tranquil lakes before descending. Enjoy a stroll near Lake Pleasant tonight or put your feet up as you recline in the hotel’s Adirondack Chairs.

Hotel:

The Lake Pleasant Lodge
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Day

41

Road Bike:

Lake Pleasant, NY to Ticonderoga, NY
Approximately 72 miles with 3150 feet of climbing

Description:

Enjoy a fabulous day and let your wheels spin as you enjoy a steady descent early this morning. You will work your way out of the Adirondacks as you head to the strategic and historic outpost town of Ticonderoga. This is the home of Fort Ticonderoga and the point between Lake George and Lake Champlain. Battles were fought at this fort in both the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. And for movie fans, this fort was used to film many scenes in “The Last of The Mohicans.” The scenery of this area will not disappoint.

Hotel:

Best Western Plus Ticonderoga
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Day

42

Road Bike:

Ticonderoga, NY to Fairlee, VT
Approximately 94 miles with 6700 feet of climbing

Description:

Today begins with a quick crossing of Lake Champlain on the Ticonderoga Ferry. Enjoy spectacular lake views as you say goodbye to New York and enter colorful Vermont. From here it’s on to the flourishing Green Mountains and Brandon Gap. This is a relatively gentle climb compared to the other passes through these mountains and has a rewarding open descent. You still have more hills to conquer in the second half of this ride, but can look forward to putting your feet up at the Lake Morey Resort...unless you just can’t help trying your hand at more hills (and greens) with a round of golf on the course just outside your door.

Hotel:

Lake Morey Resort
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Day

43

Road Bike:

Fairlee, VT to North Conway, NH
Approximately 76 miles with 6200 feet of climbing

Description:

Today you can almost taste the end of your long and rewarding journey, but it’s not over quite yet! One more stunning scenic byway awaits as you cross through New Hampshire’s White Mountains. It’s well worth taking your time to soak up the views of this incredible forest, the Swift River, and maybe enjoy a small walk to Sabbaday Falls. Whatever you decide, you will be riding the Kancamagus Highway where many come to witness some of the best fall foliage in the country. If you have a sweet tooth don’t miss a delicious treat waiting on the other side of the mountains at the White Mountain Cupcakery in North Conway.

Hotel:

Residence Inn North Conway
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Day

44

Road Bike:

North Conway, NH to Portland, ME
Approximately 64 miles with 1600 feet of climbing

Description:

Today is your victory lap ... your cross country “Champs Élysées,” with a relatively short 64-mile ride to celebrate your amazing accomplishment. As you approach the Atlantic, the familiarity of coastal breezes and the smell of salt water in the air will transport you 43 days and nearly 3,600 miles back to the day when you set out from Astoria to pedal your way across the U.S. An open bike path lies ahead to carry you around the edges of Portland, Maine as your final strokes bring your truly epic journey to an end. The charming and welcoming Old Port District of Portland, with its satisfying view of the Atlantic, provides a fitting backdrop for luxury accommodations, a gourmet feast, and a well-earned Trek Travel celebration.

Hotel:

Portland Harbor Hotel
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Day

45

Farewell:

Portland, ME

Description:

A celebratory farewell breakfast and a leisurely morning in the Old Port District of Portland offers you the opportunity to revisit the triumphs and challenges of the past 44 days. This ride-of-a-lifetime has come to a close, but the friendships and memories produced by this epic journey have just begun. We recommend flying out of Portland International Jetport (PWM) to depart to the destination of your choice. If you wish to extend your stay, the Portland Harbor Hotel concierge can assist with your travel arrangements.



Dates & Pricing

CURRENT PRICING AVAILABLE UNTIL OCTOBER 1ST

We reward our guests with lower pricing and more dates to choose from the earlier you book. Rest assured, once you book your price is guaranteed.

2014


Aug
24th -
Oct
7th
/ 45 days / 44 nights
$16999 / Person, $3500 / Single OCC.
Sold Out

2015


Aug
23rd -
Oct
6th
/ 45 days / 44 nights
$16999 / Person, $3500 / Single OCC.
Aug
23rd -
Sep
1st
/ 10 days / 9 nights
$4199 / Person, $800 / Single OCC. / Portland to Missuola | More info coming soon

Hotels

First, Last, and Rest day hotels are listed below, download the PDF itinerary for the full list.

Canary Pier Hotel on our Cross Country bike tour

Cannery Pier Hotel

Astoria, Oregon

Built on the site of the former Union Fish Cannery, the Cannery Pier Hotel is located 600 feet into the Columbia River. From this unique and enviable position, it offers guests unparalleled views of a real working river, as well as views out to Cape Disappointment Lighthouse and the impressive Astoria–Megler Bridge. Each room has a private balcony and a fireplace, hardwood floors, and luxurious amenities. Take advantage of the authentic Finnish sauna before embarking upon the first ride of your long journey.
Hilton Doubletree Missoula on our Cross Country bike tour

DoubleTree Hotel Missoula - Edgewater

Missoula, Montana

The Doubletree Edgewater is located in the heart of the college town of Missoula, on the banks of the Clark Fork River. The campus of the University of Montana is only three blocks away and the restaurants and main attractions of downtown are within walking distance. You may decide to take advantage of the world-class fly fishing right out the door, or maybe just kick back and take in the stunning views of Mount Sentinel and watch the river flow past.
Hotel Alex Johnson on our cross country bike tour

Hotel Alex Johnson

Rapid City, South Dakota

Take some time out on your rest day in Rapid City to delve into the rich history of this hotel, which is registered with the Historic Hotels of America. Hotel Alex Johnson was built in 1928 and has hosted guests including six U.S. presidents. Check out the original Native American art, a display of railroad artifacts and photographs of the celebrities, movie stars, politicians and Presidents who have made the Alex their “home away from home." The hotel recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation, including the opening of a new rooftop Art Deco style bar called Vertex. Restoration of the hotel based on original photographs and plans has returned the hotel’s ambiance to that of the 1920s, from the guest rooms to the ballroom to the restaurant and lobby.
Hilton Madison Monona Terrace on our cross country bike tour

Hilton Madison Monona Terrace

Madison, Wisconsin

The Hilton Madison Monona Terrace is perched on the shores of beautiful Lake Monona in the heart of downtown. This bustling, walkable city is the home of Trek Travel, the Wisconsin State Capitol, the University of Wisconsin–Madison Campus, and countless shops and restaurants. Go for a walk on the lakeside bike and walking path, take a tour of the Capitol building, shop on State Street, visit the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, catch a show at The Orpheum Theater or just grab a beer at The Great Dane, one of our favorites.
Hilton Doubletree Cleveland on our cross country bike tour

DoubleTree Cleveland Downtown - Lakeside

Cleveland, Ohio

Kick back on the shores of Lake Erie at the closest hotel to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. The DoubleTree in downtown Cleveland features an indoor pool and a business center if you want to stay in and rest. If you want to venture out, grab the scheduled complimentary shuttle to all of downtown Cleveland's well-known attractions such as Progressive Field, Quicken Loans Arena, CSU's Wolstein Center, Playhouse Square, and the Warehouse District.
Cross Country USA bike tour hotel

Portland Harbor Hotel

Portland, Maine

The Portland Harbor Hotel is located in the beautifully restored Victorian District of the Old Port and just one block from Portland's vibrant waterfront. Featuring cobblestone streets, galleries, shops, day-spas and many historic landmarks, it's a wonderful place to stroll. Check out the full service marinas on both sides of the harbor during your stay and soak in the sights of this working waterfront. This hotel is Portland's only AAA Four Diamond Property and has earned this recognition for the past 10 consecutive years. The grand beds and feather pillows at this luxury retreat are the perfect place to land at the end of your long ride.

What's Included

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  • Gratuities for all scheduled special events, restaurants, hotels, local guides and transportation during your trip.
  • Private tours
  • Entrance fees to all group events/activities
  • All luggage transfers
  • All transportation during the trip, including private coaches
  • 44 nights of accommodation
  • In every region we travel, we uncover the area’s best, and most delightful accommodations. On our Portland to Portland trip, you will stay in a blend of high-end luxury hotels, resorts, rustic lodges, national chains and some motels. First and last nights of the trip are spent in luxurious, full-service hotels, and we also use a number of hotels from national chains such as Holiday Inn Express due to their consistent quality and service. Due to the nature of the trip, we also pass through some areas where accommodations are limited, and here we have secured the best local accommodations available - including some basic lodgings in family- run roadside motels. We’ve provided descriptions of the trip start, end, and rest day hotels on the previous tab.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Every effort has been made to secure the best lodging and dining across the map, but in some rural parts of the country our accommodation options are limited, and may not meet the quality criteria of every guest. Please consider this in your decision to join the Trek Travel Cross Country tour.
  • Daily breakfast, 38 lunches, 6 social hours, 36 dinners, and all snacks and drinks for each day
  • On our Portland to Portland trip, you will encounter a broad array of regional cuisine. Following each day’s ride you will dine at the best restaurant the town has to offer (taking proximity to the hotel into account)—from simple, hearty dinners to downright decadent nouvelle cuisine. Breakfast will usually be a hot buffet or, on occasion, from a menu. For lunches, we offer “feed zones” at designated spots along the route.These are quick lunch stops providing sandwich fixings, light salads, fresh fruits, sweet and savory snacks, energy products and beverages—designed to enable riders to maintain momentum. On big riding days, we also offer a second feed zone later in the afternoon to ensure you keep your energy levels up. Trek Travel will also have a range of Clif energy products on hand for whenever you need a boost. If you require a specific brand of energy product we recommend bringing an adequate supply for your personal needs as there will be little opportunity to restock across the country. Dinners are a great time to refuel while exchanging tales from the day, but we also realize that after long days of riding, rest is best.Therefore, many dinners on long-mileage days will be simple and quick, maximizing your time to rest and recuperate.When possible, in larger towns or after shorter days of riding, you’ll dine at finer restaurants selected to showcase the spice and flair of the region. On the four rest days as well as four other nights throughout the trip and for two lunches, you are free to dine wherever you choose.Trek Travel does not provide alcohol with dinner, but we will offer some evening social hours where wine and beer will be provided.
  • PLEASE NOTE as with our accommodation options across the country, there will be some meals that may not meet with every rider’s quality standards due to limited options in small towns along the way.
  • The knowledge, support, and camaraderie of experienced guides
  • Daily route support
  • The use of Garmin Touring Plus GPS cycling computer
  • Paper route guides also available upon request
  • Comprehensive trip literature and complimentary Trek merchandise
  • The use of a Trek Domane 5.9 carbon road bike with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting, or Trek Domane 5.9 Women’s Specific Design carbon road bike with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting(limited selection)
  • The use of Garmin Touring Plus GPS cycling computer
  • Trek Travel Cross Country specific jersey
  • The use of Trek bike helmets and other gear and equipment to make your ride comfortable
  • Trek Travel water bottles
  • $300 Discount on a 5 or 6 series Trek Domane or Madone, or Project One purchased at your local Trek retailer

Thank your Guides, by tipping

Gratuities for your Trek Travel guides are not included in your trip price. Industry standard is 5-10% of the trip price which will be divided by your guide team. Please tip your guides at your discretion, based on their level of professionalism, guest care and service.

  • Airfare and transportation to and from the trip pick-up/drop-off locations
  • Lodging before and after the trip
  • Personal items purchased during the trip
  • Optional activities not scheduled by Trek Travel
  • On select trips some meals are not included. On these trips, Trek Travel invites you to explore the local cuisine at your leisure.
  • Gratuities for your Trek Travel Guides may be given at your discretion in response to their professionalism and leadership.Industry standard is for each individual guest to tip the guide team 5-10% of the trip price.

FAQs

Trip Changes

Our itineraries are an approximation of our trips. Trek Travel strives to offer each and every guest a vacation of a lifetime on every trip. At times routes, hotels, activities, etc. listed here may change at the discretion of the trip designer or guides to improve the trip experience.

  • Rider Type | 4
  • Average Daily Mileage | 90
  • Terrain | Hilly
  • Average Daily Elevation | 3,400

Cross Country USA: Portland to Portland is best suited for our Type 4 Riders, due to the extreme physical demands of the trip. The terrain is extremely varied, including rolling roads along rivers, long gradual climbs and descents across the plains, as well as long and steep climbing and descending in the Rockies and the Appalachians. Roads are primarily two-lane secondary highways with good shoulders, but include some stretches of primary highways with wide shoulders, and smaller local roads and surface streets with little or no shoulder. Some road surfaces are quite rough but unavoidable. See Itinerary for specific daily ride distance and elevation options.

This destination is best suited to guests who want to cycle every day. Because of the terrain and/or remoteness of the hotels and riding routes, there are few, if any, non-riding options available. If a non-rider wants to accompany a rider guest on this trip, they would need to spend many hours in the van and/or at the hotels on the trip. Due to this, we strongly discourage non-riders from this destination. As an alternative, call a Trek Travel Trip Consultant at 866.464.8735 for trip suggestions where more non-rider activities are available, such as:

  • California Wine Country
  • Vermont
  • San Juan Islands.

Extremely varied. Expect all conditions including, rain, snow, wind, sun, heat, cold, in both humid and arid climates. Extreme weather conditions may exist in certain parts of the west and guides will monitor the safety of riding in such conditions. Bring layers for riding in any and all conditions.

Trek Travel recommends all guests work with a coach to develop a training plan for this undertaking. We work with Vision Quest Training to give you that little boost before your Trek Travel bike trip. Vision Quest offers custom training plans that will get you ready to tackle your trip with confidence. The coaches consider the amount of hours you can train per week, what you need to focus on based on your goals and milestones you need to hit in order to achieve them. They develop a detailed write up and training plan just for you!

Didn't find what you were looking for? Check out our General FAQs section. You will find answers to all the most common questions that don't necessarily pertain to a specific trip.

We understand things happen in life and sometimes you have to cancel or change your bike tour. We want to make it as easy as possible to do so and below you will find our timeline. If you ever have a question, just give us a call, 866 464 8735. Read our cancellation policy.

Didn't find what you were looking for? Check out our General FAQs section. You will find answers to all the most common questions that don't necessarily pertain to a specific trip.

Travel Services

HOW TO GET THERE

We suggest that you arrive at least one day prior to the trip start, which will enable you to adjust to the time zone and minimize the risk of missing the trip start due to flight-related delays. We recommend that you fly into Portland International Airport (PDX), which is approximately 12 miles from downtown Portland. All major airlines serve this airport and there are numerous options for getting downtown. The least expensive option is the MAX Light Rail Service. The Red Line picks passengers up in the baggage claim area and costs about $2.50 per person for a ride downtown, which takes about 40 minutes. If you are staying at the pickup hotel, Hotel Lucia, get off at the Pioneer Courthouse Square stop and the hotel is a three block walk up Broadway. Alternatively, contact Blue Star Transportation (www.bluestarbus.com, 503 249 1837) to book a seat on a regularly scheduled shuttle from PDX to downtown for $14 per person. This will take between 40 minutes to an hour, depending upon traffic. Or, you can simply hail a taxi outside baggage claim, which will cost approximately $35 plus gratuity and should take about 30 minutes, depending on traffic. At the end of your trip we recommend that you fly out of the Portland International Jetport (PWM), which is located about 6 miles from the Portland Harbor Hotel. The hotel has a courtesy car that runs frees shuttles to the airport between the hours of 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM. If you need transportation to the airport outside of these hours or the courtesy car is already booked, the concierge can call a taxi for you, which will cost approximately $15.

Hotel Lucia | Portland, Oregon

Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Hotel Lucia (400 SW Broadway, Portland, Oregon) at 9:00 AM on the first day of the trip. You will then shuttle approximately 2 hours to the Cannery Pier Hotel in Astoria, Oregon. If you prefer to drive to the first hotel to meet the group, you may use Enterprise to rent a car at PDX and drop it off at the Enterprise office just across the street from the Cannery Pier. Please let your Trek Travel Trip Consultant know if you will be meeting the group here instead of Hotel Lucia. After a welcome lunch at the hotel, your guides will do a thorough bike fit to ensure your comfort and answer any questions you have about your trip. Please come prepared with pedals, shoes, saddles, bike fit measurements, and anything else you would like affixed to your bike. Have these items and your riding clothes packed in a small, easily accessible bag. The hotel can store your larger pieces of luggage until check-in time. If you will be late for the pick-up or are going to miss it altogether, please inform your guides. You will receive an email a week before the trip start with their names and contact details. If you cannot reach them, please call our first hotel, Cannery Pier Hotel (503 325 4996), and leave a message with your expected arrival time and contact details. Your guides will be aware that you are late and will be in contact with the hotel. If you need to book transportation on your own from downtown Portland to Astoria we suggest contacting Northern Lights Towncar (www.northernlightstowncar.com, 503 760 2478). You can arrange a private shuttle for up to 3 people for around $180.

Portland Harbor Hotel | Portland, Maine

You will say farewell to your guides at 10:00 AM at the Portland Harbor Hotel, Portland, Maine. We recommend flying out of Portland International Jetport (PWM) to depart to the destination of your choice. If you wish to extend your stay, the Portland Harbor Hotel concierge can assist with your travel arrangements.

Before: PORTLAND, OREGON

If you have time before your trip begins, we recommend spending a few days in the vibrant, bustling city of Portland, Oregon. An excellent public transit system makes it easy to get around the City of Roses (so named because its climate is very conducive to growing rose bushes). Portlanders are widely known for their enthusiasm for local food, microbrews, coffee, art, and bikes. The city is divided into five sections: Southwest, Southeast, Northwest, North, and Northeast. The Willamette River flows through downtown and constitutes the boundary between east and west sections; Burnside Street divides north and south; and the North section is defined by the river to the west and Williams Avenue to the east. Locals use these sections to give directions, so it’s good to be familiar with the general idea! Farm to table restaurants, food carts, bike shops, fun and funky architecture, book stores (don’t miss Powell’s City of Books in the heart of downtown!), parks, and museums are abundant in this quintessential city of the Pacific Northwest. Be warned though—after a few days here you may find it hard to leave! We recommend the following accommodations for your pre-trip hotel.

Hotel Lucia

Located just 3 blocks from Pioneer Square in the heart of downtown, Hotel Lucia offers an ideal home base from which to explore Portland’s many attractions. Chef Vitaly Paley (former Iron Chef winner) has two restaurants at the hotel, one inspired by the food cart movement and the other by innovative farm to table concepts. For a relaxing retreat and exceptional service, the boutique experience at Hotel Lucia is second to none.

400 SW Broadway | 503 225 1717 | www.HotelLucia.com | ~$360

Hotel deLuxe

Another Provenance Hotel (like Hotel Lucia), Hotel deLuxe offers a desirable location in the Southwest District, close to the exclusive Pearl District and Nob Hill, and only a few blocks from the MAX Light Rail System. This luxurious property is centered around a cinema theme and features a beautiful collection of historic film stills that capture the magic of Hollywood from the the 1930’s, ‘40s, and ‘50s.

729 SW 15th Avenue | 503 219 2094 | www.HoteldeLuxePortland.com | ~$300

Hotel Monaco

The exotic and alluring Hotel Monaco prides itself on stirring the imagination of its guests. It’s 221 rooms are all carefully designed and the hotel offers a fresh, eccentric experience right in the center of town. With a yoga mat in each room, 24-hour yoga channel, on-site fitness facility and complimentary bikes for exploring town, Hotel Monaco is an ideal location to relax for a few days before starting your long journey. You can also take advantage of the hosted wine hour in the lobby from 5:00 until 6:00 PM each day or have a goldfish delivered to your room for a little extra companionship.

506 S.W. Washington Street | 503 222 0001 | www.Monaco-Portland.com | ~$350

After: PORTLAND, MAINE

The city of Portland, Maine (for which Portland, Oregon was named) has a relaxed, small-town feel that makes it an ideal place to unwind after your ride across the country. Take a few extra days to explore the cobbled Old Port District, check out the working waterfront and Portland Museum of Art in the arts district, and visit some of the many historical sights in town. Take a trolley tour or a lighthouse tour, or visit the Wadsworth-Longfellow House, childhood home of the American poet Henry Wadsworth-Longfellow. According to locals, Portland has more restaurants and bars per capita than any other city in the country outside of San Francisco. Many of the more popular restaurants are chef-owned and highly renowned. Kick back and take in the sights and smells of the Atlantic as you relax at the conclusion of your epic trip. We recommend the following accommodations for your post-trip hotel.

Portland Harbor Hotel

The Portland Harbor Hotel is located just one block from Portland’s vibrant waterfront, in the carefully restored Victorian District of the Old Port. This area features cobblestone streets, galleries, shops, day-spas and many historic landmarks. Stroll through the full service marinas on both sides of the harbor during your stay to soak in the sights of this working waterfront. This hotel is Portland’s only AAA Four Diamond Property, and has earned this recognition for the past 10 consecutive years.

468 Fore Street | 207 775 9090 | www.PortlandHarborHotel.com | ~$275

Portland Regency Hotel & Spa

The Regency is also located in the Old Port District and offers a boutique experience in a property originally built as home for the Maine National Guard in 1895. Each room retains some architectural elements from the original design of the home—alcoves, turret windows, and decks. An on-site spa and fitness center, complimentary wireless internet and valets to provide complimentary transportation to the airport make the Regency a convenient place to stay for your extra time in Portland.

20 Milk Street | 207 774 4200 | www.TheRegency.com | ~$250

Hilton Garden Inn - Downtown Waterfront

This modern hotel is also located on the waterfront in Portland’s Old Port District, just steps from the boutique shops, restaurants and museums this area has to offer. It features an indoor lap pool, complimentary wireless internet and airport shuttle.

65 Commercial Street | 207 780 0780 | www.HiltonGardenInn.com | ~$275


* Hotels listed above are local properties we love. We do not have special rates available.

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Our guides are trained to make your trip magical. They aren't just experts in riding; they're trained in delivering uncompromising service in ways you won't believe. We know that it's the unexpected surprises that make a trip magical. That's why our guides pride themselves on anticipating your needs before you ask.

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