Routes & Ride Details
Updates on Routes will be available soon
We are currently evaluating several route changes for the Three Creek Century routes. Once we have established the 2023 routes we will update this page with specific route information, Ride with GPS files, cue sheet links, etc.
Rest assured that our routes will continue to have beautiful Cumberland Valley scenery, low-traffic roads, and clearly visible road markings.
Our route offerings will include:
- A road route of about 50 miles along the Big Spring creek.
- A variation of the 50 mile Big Spring route that goes up South Mountain.
- A road route of about 32 miles that circles Opossum Lake.
- A road route of about 20 miles along the Yellow Breeches creek.
- The 18 mile Cumberland Valley Rail Trail will be the same route.
- The 3.7 mile climb up Kings Gap will be the same route.
We’ll also have a consolidated route (and Ride with GPS file) for a full Century ride.
If you’re doing the full Century, you must start with the Big Spring route, followed by the Opossum Lake route, and end with the Yellow Breeches route.
Our Rest Stop hours and SAG support coverage are staggered to accommodate the flow of riders. We will close the Big Spring route first, then close the Opossum Lake route next, then close the Yellow Breeches route. Rest Stop hours can be found on the Event Details page.
All routes (except the Rail Trail) will have color-coordinated road markings.
Ride With GPS files will also be available on the Three Creek Century website at least 10 days before the event.
In order to reduce waste, we will NOT have pre-printed cue sheets at the event. If you prefer to use a printed cue sheet, please print one using the links on this page or use the “print cue sheet” option from the Ride with GPS files.
Once we finalize the new routes for 2023, we will update this page with descriptions, Ride with GPS files, and cue sheets.