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Adventure Cycling routes on the Warmshowers map

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Adventure Cycling routes on the Warmshowers map

One of the features available on the website map is an overlay that displays the Adventure Cycling Association (ACA) routes. It has been a few years since it was created by webmaster Randy Fay and we thought it was time for it to be updated.

All 22 ACA routes are now displayed. They are color-coded to make them easier to follow. For warmshowers members who plan to cycle an ACA route this feature should make it easier to locate prospective hosts along the way.

Displaying the ACA cycling routes is easy. Go to the website map and click in the box beneath it labeled "Load US Adventure Cycling Routes".

Our thanks go out to the Adventure Cycling Association for providing the GPS data that was used to generate this overlay.

Kevin
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Is this supposed to still

Is this supposed to still work? I don't see any box to show the ACA routes. But still there is some kind of legal information referring to the ACA data.

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Adventure Cycling routes on the Warmshowers map

Hi Matthias,

The ACA (Adventure Cycling Association) routes are all in the United States, so you need to have the Google map on the warmshowers webpage displaying a location in the United States. You also need to click on the box labeled "Load US Adventure Cycling Routes" to display the ACA routes. With these two criteria met, you should see a number of lines of different colors crossing the United States on the map; each line represents an ACA cycling route.

For example if you display the city of San Fransisco (in California) in the Google map & you have selected "Load US Adventure Cycling Routes" then you should see two lines (at least) in the Google map. Along the sea coast you will see a light blue line; this line corresponds to the ACA's Pacific Coast Route. The other line you will see is a pink color; this line (which goes northeast from San Francisco) corresponds to the ACA's Western Express Route.

The ACA has a website with information on all of their cycling routes. Here is a link to an interactive map on the ACA website that is very similar to the map on the warmshowers website.

http://www.adventurecycling.org/routes-and-maps/adventure-cycling-route-network/interactive-network...

If you are still having problems seeing the ACA cycling routes on the warmshowers map please let us know.

Kevin