Cleveland Skyline

Cleveland Skyline

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Ohio Lake Erie 3 Day RV Itinerary

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Day 1

Start: Conneaut Harbor West Breakwater Lighthouse
Suggested Time at This Site:     15 minutes

Sixteen lighthouses are located along the Lake Erie Coastal Ohio Trail Byway. Viewed from Conneaut Township Park, the Conneaut Harbor West Breakwater Lighthouse is the latest in lighthouses to monitor this port's trade, originally in whiskey, lumber, and grain. Today, this port transports coal, irone ore and stone. This is a "sister" lighthouse to the one in Huron. Its 60-foot steel tower was built in 1936 and has a black band that serves as a navigational guide during the day.

Stop 2: Great Lakes Marine Museum and Coast Guard Memorial Museum

Directions from previous place:     Take Lake Road (Route 531) west approximately 13 miles. Lake Road becomes Harmon Road, then East Sixth Street, then West Fifth Street as it crosses the river. Turn right (along Byway) on Hulbert Avenue and right on Walnut Boulevard.
Distance from Previous Site:           13 miles / 20.8 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     20 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          1 hour

Ashtabula Lighthouse keepers took turns residing in this 1898 home, alternating shifts of sleeping at the lighthouse and keeping warm and dry with family members on shore. This museum is dedicated to maritime history and includes the world's only working scale model of a Hulett ore unloader. From the museum, view freighters loading and unloading at Ashtabula Harbor. the Ashtabula Lighthouse, and one of only two lit Bascule lift briges in the United States.

Stop 3: Ashtabula Harbor Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Lighthouse can be viewed from the grounds of the Great Lakes Marine Museum and Coast Guard Memorial Museum.
Suggested Time at This Site:        10 minutes

During World War II, Ashtabula received more iron ore than anywhere else in the world. This port still ships and receives goods from across the globe, including limestone, taconite, coal, and agricultural potash. Lighthouses underwent many changes as technology advanced and boat traffic increased. The Ashtabula Harbor Lighthouse was the last manned lighthouse on Lake Erie. Built in 1905, this lighthouse can be seen from the Great Lakes Marine Museum and Coast Guard Memorial Museum.

Stop 4: Fairport Harbor Marine Museum and Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     From museum, turn right on Walnut Boulevard. Follow the Byway by following Lake Road West and turning left on North Broadway (Route 534) after approximately nine miles. Turn right on West Main Street in Geneva. This will become North Ridge Road (Route 20 -- and the site of a former Indian trail following an ancient postglacial beach ridge). Turn right on Dock Road and left on Lake Road as it zig zags along the shoreline. Turn left on Red Bird Road and right on Chapel Road. Turn left on McMackin Road in North Perry and left on Lockwood Road. Near Lakeshore Reservation, turn left on Antioch Road and follow to North Ridge Road (Route 20); turn left. At Parmly Road, turn right. Follow Parmly to Perry Park Road and turn right. At North Ridge Road (Route 20), turn left and follow to Fairport Nursery Road (Route 535). Turn left into Fairport Harbor. At intersection with East Street, exit the Byway by continuing straight on Sixth Street till it deadends at High Street. Turn right and follow to corner of High and Second Street.
Distance from Previous Site:           39 miles / 62.4 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     45 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          1 hour 30 minutes

A spiral staircase leads visitors to the top of this 60-foot sandstone and brick lighthouse built in 1871. An adjacent museum exhibits navigational instruments, lighthouses lenses, models of early sailing vessels, relics from Native American settlements along the Grand River, saltmining exhibits and iron ore displays. Fairport Harbor transports salt, limestone, sand and gravel. The nation's deepest salt-mining operation is located here, and it extracts salt from beds 2,000 feet deep and up to two miles under Lake Erie.

Stop 5: Fairport Harbor West Breakwater Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     From the museum, take High Street to the right till you reach Sixth Street and turn left. At intersection with Fairport Nursery Road/East Street (Route 535), you're back on the Byway. Continue on East Street (Route 535) till it becomes Richmond Street (Route 535.) Turn right on Richmond Street (Route 283). It will become River Street. Turn left on Olive Street and right on Heisley Street. Follow to Headland Dunes State Nature Preserve. Park on the right side of the State Park/Nature Preserve complex and walk along the nature trails at Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve for a view of the lighthouse while surrounded by sand dunes.
Distance from Previous Site:           5 miles / 8.0 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     10 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          30 minutes

Fabricated in Buffalo, this picturesque brick lighthouse was transported by the WATAN and began operations in 1925. The tower and lantern room were built on-site. This lighthouse is not open for tours; however, it can be best viewed from the natural sand beaches of Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve in Mentor. Directions to Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve are provided above.

Stop 6: Cleveland Harbor East Entrance Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     From Headlands Dunes State Nature Preserve exit on Heisley Road (Route 44) and turn right on Headlands Road. Turn left on Jordan Road into Mentor. Turn left on Corduroy Road till it deadends at Lake Shore Boulevard (Route 283). Turn left and follow to Andrews Road (Route 283) and turn left. At Lakeshore Boulevard (Route 283), turn right. Follow through Willoughby, Eastlake, Willowick, Euclid, East Cleveland, and Bratenahl. Right before the intersection with I-90, take N. Marginal Road to Cleveland Lakefront State Park.
Distance from Previous Site:           27 miles / 43.2 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     45 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          10 minutes

This lighthouse can be best viewed from Cleveland Lakefront State Parks or aboard a Lake Erie cruise with the NAUTICA QUEEN or GOODTIME III. It's located on the east end of the breakwater forming Cleveland harbor.

Stop 7: Cleveland Harbor East Pierhead Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Directions are to Downtown Cleveland's Erieside Complex, with views of the lighthouses, Great Lakes Science Center, USS COD, Steamship WILLIAM G. MATHER Museum and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At Martin Luther King Parkway, follow the signs for Interstate 90 and Route 2, and enter onto Route 2/Interstate 90 heading west. Follow I-90 to E. 55th St. Turn north and follow North Marginal Road into downtown Cleveland. Follow North Marginal Road to E. Ninth Street. (North Marginal Road changes to Erieside Avenue).
Distance from Previous Site:           5 miles / 8.0 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     15 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:         10 minutes

This 25-foot cast iron tower guards one end of a 4-mile breakwater built to control the sometimes damaging effects of Lake Erie surges. First lit in 1911, this lighthouse converted to solar power in the 1950s. Best viewed from Cleveland Lakefront State Parks.

Stop 8: Cleveland Harbor West Breakwater Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Directions are to Downtown Cleveland's Erieside Complex, with views of the lighthouses, Great Lakes Science Center, USS COD, Steamship WILLIAM G. MATHER Museum and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At Martin Luther King Parkway, follow the signs for Interstate 90 and Route 2, and enter onto Route 2/Interstate 90 heading west. Follow I-90 to E. 55th St. Turn north and follow North Marginal Road into downtown Cleveland. Follow North Marginal Road to E. Ninth Street. (North Marginal Road changes to Erieside Avenue).
Suggested Time at This Site:     10 minutes

This 67-foot-tall lighthouse is constructed of iron. Breakwater lighthouses, such as this light, are most common on the Great Lakes. They had to be light enough to not stress the foundation, yet sturdy enough to withstand Lake Erie's temperment.

Stop 9: Steamship WILLIAM G. MATHER Museum

Directions from previous place:     Directions are to Downtown Cleveland's Erieside Complex, with views of the lighthouses, Great Lakes Science Center, USS COD, Steamship WILLIAM G. MATHER Museum and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At Martin Luther King Parkway, follow the signs for Interstate 90 and Route 2, and enter onto Route 2/Interstate 90 heading west. Follow I-90 to E. 55th St. Turn north and follow North Marginal Road into downtown Cleveland. Follow North Marginal Road to E. Ninth Street. (North Marginal Road changes to Erieside Avenue).
Suggested Time at This Site:     1 hour 30 minutes

Wartime was good for Cleveland's economy. The city led the Great Lakes in the economic value of its shipping and receiving between World War I and World War II as the demand for steel products and other military items grew. Leading the fleet for the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company (now known as Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc.) was the 618-foot-long WILLIAM G. MATHER. Today, visitors experience life as freshwater sailors as they explore living quarters, the pilothouse, gallery and a 4-story engine room.

Stop 10: USS COD

Directions from previous place:     Directions are to Downtown Cleveland's Erieside Complex, with views of the lighthouses, Great Lakes Science Center, USS COD, Steamship WILLIAM G. MATHER Museum and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At Martin Luther King Parkway, follow the signs for Interstate 90 and Route 2, and enter onto Route 2/Interstate 90 heading west. Follow I-90 to E. 55th St. Turn north and follow North Marginal Road into downtown Cleveland. Follow North Marginal Road to E. Ninth Street. (North Marginal Road changes to Erieside Avenue).
Suggested Time at This Site:     1 hour

Cleveland was the meeting place for raw materials and transportation. During World War II, Cleveland industries grew to support the production of planes, tanks, jeeps, artillery and other needs. The USS COD submarine's five massive diesel engines were produced by Cleveland's General Motors plant. This 312-foot GATO class submarine is the only publicly accessible submarine not altered for visitors, offering Byway travelers an authentic experience at visiting a submarine.


End: Cleveland

At the end of your first of three days, there are plenty of accomodations to choose from in Cleveland.

Totals for Day 1

Total Distance Traveled:     89 miles / 142.4 km
Total Travel Time:               2 hours 15 minutes
Total Stopping Time:           6 hours 25 minutes

Day 2

Stop 1: Great Lakes Science Center

Directions from previous place:     Directions are to Downtown Cleveland's Erieside Complex, with views of the lighthouses, Great Lakes Science Center, USS COD, Steamship WILLIAM G. MATHER Museum and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. At Martin Luther King Parkway, follow the signs for Interstate 90 and Route 2, and enter onto Route 2/Interstate 90 heading west. Follow I-90 to E. 55th St. Turn north and follow North Marginal Road into downtown Cleveland. Follow North Marginal Road to E. Ninth Street. (North Marginal Road changes to Erieside Avenue).
Suggested Time at This Site:     4 hours

Byway travelers visiting the Great Lakes Science Center can learn more about the ecology and science of the Great Lakes at several areas on the Great Lakes Environmental Floor. "The Great Lakes Story" showcases a crucial part of the mission of the Great Lakes Science Center to emphasize environmental activities in the Great Lakes Region. Discover the natural beauty, physical characteristics, geography and geology that makes the Great Lakes unique. Exhibits celebrate human and economic importance of the Great Lakes region, investigate threats to the Great Lakes, and explore ways in which this ecosystem is being restored. In addition, the exhibition presents the Great Lakes as an ecosystem of national and global importance that affects other ecosystems and can serve as a model for the identification of environmental threats and their remedies. "The Great Lakes Haunted House" isn't haunted by ghosts and goblins, it's haunted by hands-on exhibits about toxic chemicals and pollutants. Detergents, motor oil, fertilizers -- many common household items can pollute our homes, as well as the outdoor environment. "The Great Lakes Situation Room" is a unique interactive multimedia demonstration theater. The core of the Situation Room is 24 state-of-the-art computer stations, all linked to a huge 36-screen video wall at the front of the theater - reportedly one of the largest video walls east of the Rockies! The computers provide users - and audience members - with dynamic presentations about the Great Lakes Region.

Stop 2: Lorain Breakwater Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Follow Erieside Avenue past North Coast Harbor, the Steamship WILLIAM G. MATHER and Port of Cleveland. At the entrance to the Port of Cleveland, the name changes from Erieside Avenue to W. Third Street. Follow W. Third Street to Lakeside Avenue and reenter Route 2 and the Main Avenue Bridge. Route 2 joins with Route 20 and Route 6. Route 20 will veer south. Stay on Route 6 and follow this route to just before the Black River. The lighthouse can be viewed from a park near the bridge.
Distance from Previous Site:           35 miles / 56.0 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     40 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          10 minutes

Lorain's first "lighthouse" was a lantern hanging on a pole at the edge of Lake Erie. At least two other lighthouses stood guard over Lorain Harbor until this existing structure opened in 1917. This concrete building with 10-inch steel walls was built to withstand the gales of Lake Erie. Water taxi transportation and tours of the lighthouse will be offered in the future. For now, visitors can see the lighthouse from shore. Lorain Harbor handles iron ore, stone, petroleum from Toledo and general cargo. Access to railroad lines encouraged port development in the late 1800s. This port was home to the American Ship Building Company, where hundreds of boats were built for Great Lakes commerce, including massive 1,000-foot-ore boats still in service today.

Stop 3: Black River Historical Society of Lorain/Moore House Museum

Directions from previous place:     Follow East Erie Avenue over the Black River. At Broadway Street (Route 57) turn right. Follow to Fifth Street and turn right.
Distance from Previous Site:           1 miles / 1.6 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     5 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:        45 minutes

The Black River Historical Society of Lorain/Moore House Museum tells tales about the Lorain Lighthouse, major Lorain industries, and other stories about life along the Black River in a 1906 Neoclassical Revival home.

Stop 4: Inland Seas Maritime Museum

Directions from previous place:     Follow East Fifth Street to Broadway Street (Route 57) and turn left to E. Erie Avenue (Route 6). Follow Route 6 into Vermilion. At Main Street, turn right. Museum is on the left.
Distance from Previous Site:           11 miles / 17.6 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     20 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          1 hour

Home to the Great Lakes Historical Society, this museum has a large collection of artifacts and exhibits portraying the history of sailing and shipping on the Great Lakes. Learn more about Lake Erie shipwrecks, lighthouses, shipping and maritime legends. A new interactive display allows visitors to explore Great Lakes shipwrecks. See huge Fresnel lenses once used to illuminate Lake Erie lighthouses. Visit the CANOPUS pilothouse. This lakefront museum is located in Vermilion, once home to more Great Lakes captains than any other port.

Stop 5: Vermilion Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Follow East Fifth Street to Broadway Street (Route 57) and turn left to E. Erie Avenue (Route 6). Follow Route 6 into Vermilion. At Main Street, turn right. Museum is on the left.
Suggested Time at This Site:     10 minutes

Located on the front lawn of the Inland Seas Maritime Museum, the Vermilion Lighthouse is a replica of an original lighthouse that was later moved to Lake Ontario. Known as the "Town of Sea Captains," Vermilion was without a lighthouse for 63 years. The lighthouse is located next to Main Street Beach.

Stop 6: Huron Harbor Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Follow Main Street to Liberty Avenue (Route 6) and turn right. Follow Route 6 west till you reach Huron. After you cross the Huron River, turn right on Main Street and then right on Williams Street. Follow Williams till you reach Lake Erie and turn right on Wall Street and left on Main Street to parking area. Walk along the mile-long pier to the lighthouse.
Distance from Previous Site:           12 miles / 19.2 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     20 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          30 minutes

The mouth of the Huron River was one of the first Ohio ports to be settled when a French trading post appeared as early as 1749. The 72-foot-tall Huron Harbor Lighthouse was built in 1936 as a sister lighthouse to the one that stands in Conneaut. The Port of Huron is an international export center for grain, linking farmers of the Midwest to the world. The lighthouse is not open for tours; however, visitors can walk the mile-long pier for close-up views.

End: Huron, Ohio

At the end of your second day, there are numerous accomodation options in Huron, Ohio.

Totals for Day 2

Total Distance Traveled:     59 miles / 94.4 km
Total Travel Time:               1 hour 25 minutes
Total Stopping Time:           6 hours 35 minutes

Day 3

Stop 1: Maritime Museum of Sandusky

Directions from previous place:     From the lighthouse parking area on Main Street, turn right on Wall Street and left on Williams Street. At Cleveland Road (Route 6) turn right. Follow Route 6 till you reach the entrance to Cedar Point. Turn right on Causeway Drive and left on First Street. At Meigs Street, turn right. The museum is on the left.
Distance from Previous Site:           13 miles / 20.8 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     20 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          1 hour

Sandusky Bay sheltered the city from storms, yet provided access to Lake Erie. This museum shares maritime stories about fishing, ice harvesting, and shipping, including those of early shipbuilding and the evolution of ferryboats. Of particular interest is the museum's Lyman Boat Works collection, memorabilia from a leisure craft company that began creating their famous wooden boats in Sandusky in 1928. The museum offers shipbuilding clinics to continue this artistic legacy.

Stop 2: Wolcott Keeper's House

Directions from previous place:     Exit museum onto E. Water Street for .25 miles till you reach Shoreline Drive. Continue on Shoreline Drive .64 miles to Lawrence Street and turn left. At the next street (in approximately 32 yards) turn right on W. Water Street. Follow W. Water Street 325 yards to Shelby Street and turn left. Take Shelby Street 300 yards to W. Washington Street (Route 6) and turn right. W. Washington Street turns into Tiffin Street. Follow 1.09 miles. Follow Route 6 to the right as it becomes Venice Road. Follow Venice Road (Route 6) another 1.92 miles. Route 6 will head to the left. Continue straight on Venice Road. Venice will become Barrett Road as it enters Bay View. After 3.1 miles, turn left on Martins Point Road (Route 269). Continue another half-mile till you can head west on Route 2. Take Route 2 another three miles across the bridge to Route 269 Exit (Marblehead). Take Route 269 Exit (Danbury Road) .5 miles to Route 269. Turn right. At next intersection (in 195 yards), turn left on E. Bayshore Road (Route 135). The Keeper's House is located on the left.
Distance from Previous Site:          17 miles / 27.2 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     30 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:         45 minutes

Benajah Wolcott began keeping the Marblehead Lighthouse in 1822. Along with appropriations for constructing the lighthouse, the federal government offered provisions to build a house for the lighthouse keeper. It was built three miles from the lighthouse by William Kelly, the stonemason who built the lighthouse itself. Wolcott served as keeper till his death in 1832. His wife, Rachel, became the first female lighthouse keeper on the Great Lakes. The home is open Monday through Saturday, June through August, and other times due to special events.

Stop 3: Marblehead Lighthouse State Park

Directions from previous place:     Turn left on Bayshore Road (Route 135) and follow three miles to the entrance to Marblehead Lighthouse State Park.
Distance from Previous Site:          3 miles / 4.8 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     5 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:        30 minutes

Overlooking Sandusky Bay and operating since 1822, the Marblehead Lighthouse is the oldest continously operating lighthouse on the Great Lakes. Visit the Keeper's House next door for displays related to lighthouse history and the original Fresnel lens added to the lighthouse in 1858. Byway travelers can climb the spiral staircase to the top of the lighthouse for fascinating views of the Lake Erie Islands, Cedar Point, and Lake Erie. Although the state park is open year-round, the lighthouse is staffed and open for tours weekday afternoons from 1 to 4:45 p.m., June through September, and on the second Saturday of the month, June through October.

Stop 4: Ottawa County Historical Museum

Directions from previous place:     Turn right on East Main Street (Route 163) as you exit the lighthouse. Follow through Marblehead and into Port Clinton. Turn left on Madison Street and right on Third Street. The museum is located on your right.
Distance from Previous Site:           10 miles / 16.0 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     15 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          30 minutes

Port Clinton and Marblehead have evolved because of their close relationship and access to Lake Erie. This museum includes tales of the Battle of Lake Erie, commercial fishing on the Great Lakes, Native American habitation, early farming (including peach orchards on Catawba), early quarrying and boating.

Stop 5: Port Clinton Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Turn left on Third Street and left on Madison Street. At Perry Street (Route 163) turn left and follow over the drawbridge. At Brand's Marina, turn left. Follow posted signs regarding speed. The lighthouse is located in the marina.
Distance from Previous Site:          0.5 miles / 0.8 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     3 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:        15 minutes

This small wooden lighthouse is the top portion of a taller structure that guarded the west breakwater of the Portage River entrance. Built in 1896, this beacon had a single kerosene lamp visible for six miles. The lighthouse is located on private property owned by Brands Marina. Marina owners welcome visitors, but request speeds of 5 mph or less on your way to visit the lighthouse.

Stop 6: Toledo Harbor Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Directions are to Maumee Bay State Park. Lighthouse can be seen only with the aid of highpower binoculars; however, there is a replica lighthouse in the park's gift shop, as well as lighthouse memorabilia. From Brand's Marina, turn left on W. Lakeshore Drive. Continue for 3.9 miles till you reach Route 2. Turn right. Follow Route 2 for 23.6 miles to N. Curtice Road (Route 202) and turn right. Maumee Bay State Park is straight ahead.
Distance from Previous Site:           27 miles / 43.2 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     30 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:         10 minutes

This 3-story Romanesque structure has guarded Toledo's harbor since 1904 from an artificial island about eight miles from the mouth of the Maumee River. The light was commissioned after the Army Corps of Engineers dredged a deep channel linking Lake Erie to the Maumee River and the thriving port of Toledo. Toledo is a deep-draft port with a mile-long docking facility and two of the largest cranes in the United States. This international port is a leading grain export center, linking the farmlands of the Midwest to Europe, North Africa, South America, Central America and the Middle East. Corn, soybean, and wheat are shipped from Toledo. The lighthouse can be viewed with the use of binoculars from Maumee Bay State Park; however, it is best viewed by boat. The MV SANDPIPER schedules lighthouse tours throughout the summer.

Stop 7: SS WILLIS B. BOYER Museum Ship

Directions from previous place:     Take N. Curtice Road 2.5 miles to Cedar Point Road (Route 179) and turn left. Follow Cedar Point Road 3 miles and turn right on N. Wynn Road. Take N. Wynn Road one mile to Bayshore Road and turn left. Bayshore Road becomes Otter Creek Road. Follow this road 2.73 miles to Millard Avenue and turn right. Take Millard Avenue .8 miles to Front Street. Turn left. The BOYER is located at International Park.
Distance from Previous Site:           11 miles / 17.6 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     20 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          1 hour

Built as the largest and most advanced freighter on the Great Lakes, the SS WILLIS B BOYER made its maiden voyage shipping coal from Toledo to Sheboygan, Wisc. in 1911. This 617-foot freighter is open for tours.

Stop 8: Manhattan Range Front Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Take Front Street and turn left on Cherry Street. Go over the bridge and turn left on Broadway. The lighthouse is located at the Lighthouse Cafe and can be viewed in the parking lot.
Distance from Previous Site:            4 miles / 6.4 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     10 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:          10 minutes

Buit as a pair, Manhattan Range Lighthouse guarded the mouth of the Maumee River. These towers stood 80 feet when constructed in 1918. The Front Light is located on private property at the Lighthouse Cafe.


End: Manhattan Range Rear Lighthouse

Directions from previous place:     Go north on Broadway Street till it turns into Summit Street. The lighthouse is located on private property at H. Hansen Industries, but can be viewed from the right side of Summit Street.
Distance from Previous Site:            6 miles / 9.6 km
Travel Time from Previous Site:     10 minutes
Suggested Time at This Site:           5 minutes

Located at H. Hansen Industries, a welding company and shipyard, this lighthouse is on private property and can be viewed from behind a fence on the right side of Summit Street.

Totals for Day 3

Total Distance Traveled:     91.5 miles / 146.4 km
Total Travel Time:                2 hours 23 minutes
Total Stopping Time:            4 hours 25 minutes

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