Bicycling in Hunterdon County

Here’s a new resource for cycling in Hunterdon County:

The site features maps of local bicycle tours, including the Delaware & Raritan Towpath, Last Covered Bridge and Round Valley Roundabout routes. An interactive Google map feature allows potential riders to view amenities along the routes including restaurants, bed and breakfast and other lodging, as well as points of interest. A full list of all local bicycle shops as well as where to rent a bicycle is also included. It even includes routes outside Hunterdon County.

Looking for other maps? Check the resources section of the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance’s website.

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2 Responses to “Bicycling in Hunterdon County”

  1. Linda says:

    That’s a wonderful idea. Over 100,000 people utilize the trail every year. It’s a wonderful asset. Several small storefronts are available right at the beginning of the trail. And! NJ Transit (one block away) is offering one seat rides from Manhattan on weekends.

    This is a great opportunity for bike rentals/bike repair shop!

  2. Barbara goldschmitt says:

    Could a bicycle rental business be set up in downtown High Bridge to serve the Columbia trail. Like the Jersey Shore it might bring in some visitors and create some businesses for the town. Someone else suggested it to me awhile ago and I was hiking there yesterday and found the coffee shop too is closed. Thank you, Barbara



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