Bike the Shenandoah Valley
 


Maps

We hope you will find this page to be helpful in planning your ride.
A few notes to review...


  • We are moving our routes, maps, and turn-by-turn directions (cue sheets) over to www.ridewithgps.com. Each route has a RWGPS icon that takes you to a page with more route information, downloadable GPS device files, maps, and cue sheets.
  • Routes are organized by community, beginning in a place with public parking, bathrooms, and options for food and drink.
  • If you have any comments or suggestions, please email us here.


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Rockingham County Maps
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Route Name
Distance/Elevation Gain
Description
Map & Directions
Harrisonburg Routes

Harrisonburg Short North Loop

12.7 miles (20.4 km)/

572 feet (174.3 meters)

This is a relatively easy ride that stays close to town, yet goes through some very pretty country. Most of the roads are lightly-used and very scenic country roads.  
Harrisonburg-Singers Glen Loop

24.7 miles (39.8 km)/

1,547 feet (471.5 meters)

This route takes you on mostly very scenic and low-traffic back country roads. You will pass through the picturesque and historic village of Singers Glen.
Harrisonburg-Broadway Loop

35.6 miles (57.3 km)/

2,179 feet (664.2 meters)

This route takes you on mostly scenic and low-traffic back country roads. There are nice views at Cedar Run Church and Mount Zion Church.
Harrisonburg-Hopkins Gap-Fulks Run

52.5 miles (84.5 km)/

3,341 feet (1,018.3 meters)

The roads go through some beautiful and very remote areas. It starts in Harrisonburg and goes north through Fulks Run, then into Broadway.
Harrisonburg-Fulks Run-Keezletown

70.8 miles (113.9 km)/

4,716 feet (1,437.4 meters)

The roads go through some beautiful and very remote areas. It starts in Harrisonburg and goes north through Fulks Run, into Broadway, and through Keezletown.
Bridgewater Routes
Bridgewater-Dayton Loop

15.3 miles (24.6 km)/

642 feet (195.7 meters)

This route goes through farmlands and small communities around Dayton, VA. This is an easy ride with rolling hills and scenic vistas.
Bridgewater-Dry River

16.6 miles (26.7 km)/

357 feet (108.8 meters)

This route goes through the farmlands in the Dry River area, historically used for time trials by local cyclists. This is an easy ride, and as the cows you pass will tell you, this is as flat as it gets around here.
Bridgewater-Briery Branch-Spring Creek

24.1 miles (38.8 km)/

912 feet (278 meters)

This route goes through farmlands and wooded areas, passing through many small communities including Briery Branch, Spring Creek, and Motezuma. This is a moderate ride with rolling hills and scenic vistas.  
Massanutten Routes
Massanutten-Elkton-Berrytown

20.8 miles (33.5 km)/

981 feet (299 meters)

This route starts on the outside of the Massanutten Resort, winds through area farmland, a few small communities, and one town along the way. This is a moderate length ride with minimal hills. It has one section with high speed traffic, but most of it has very low traffic.
Massanutten-Port Republic

38.1 miles (61.3 km)/

1,725 feet (525.8 meters)

This route starts at the edge of the resort and goes through area farmland and a few small communities. This is a moderate length ride with many small hills. It has sections with moderate traffic as well as sections with very low traffic.
Massanutten-Grottoes

50.8 miles (81.8 km)/

2,170 feet (661.4 meters)

This route starts at the edge of the resort and goes through area farmland, a few small communities, and the Town of Grottoes. This is a moderate length ride with many small hills. It has sections with moderate traffic as well as sections with very low traffic.  
 
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