Here’s a recap of Days 4 and 5 (yes, the final two days) of our bike adventure to Washington, DC via the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal with KEEN Ambassador Alison Gannett. After a comfortable night in Hancock, Maryland, we literally left the beaten path and explored 65 miles of hills and hollers in West Virginia. Our fifth and final day led us on a sixty mile journey through Maryland’s horse country and past many spectacular historical and natural landmarks.
Tearing down the towpath.
Chilling in the Coronado Cruiser along a placid stretch of the Potomac.
Meeting friendly locals in West Virginia.
You get what you give – today’s random act of KEENness recipients rewarded us with the best Fuji apples ever.
Steppin’ Out with KEEN retailer Sharon in Shepherdstown, WV.
KEEN retailer Laura at The Outfitters in Harpers Ferry, WV gives us a history lesson.
Old school – 1880’s style at the historic Seneca Schoolhouse in Montgomery County, MD.
“Brad has difficulty paying attention and often disrupts the class.”
Admiring the majesty of The Great Falls along the Potomac just outside of Washington, D.C.
The terminus of the C&O Canal in Georgetown marks the end of our bike journey.