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This Blog contains information on Gravel/Dirt road routes in Virginia , Maryland, Southern Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Also some links to Gravel/Dirt road databases (for planning your own route). Mainly close to the Washington D.C. Metro area. There will not be a lot of new posts. But the posts will be updated regularly. New posts will be added only when there is a new area needed to be added. I hope this will be helpful.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

New Loudoun Gravel Road Database plus a lot more

I got tired of trying to fix the database on Google so I am moving all my info to gravelmap.com I will be completing the move over the next few days but most of the roads are there. Plus there appears to be a ton of gravel road info for all over the US. We will see how this works out.

Loudoun Dirtroad Database

6 comments:

  1. Have you seen this! Maybe there is a way to import it into your data?

    http://maps.psiee.psu.edu/preview/map.ashx?layer=260

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  2. Thanks! Is there any way for us to add to the database of known gravel roads?

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  3. Sign up to gravel map.com and you can add roads

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  4. Just found your blig and really like the Gravel Road Map. Is that the one stop shop for all roads?

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  5. Just found your page and really appreciate it. I moved here from AZ and still trying to find my gravel fix (sick of the C&O)... I'll give these a try. How are these roads during or post rain?

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  6. like most gravel or dirt roads, if there is a ton of rain they can be a little muddy. really depends on which road. I usually have no issues with them.

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