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Tree House Tour De Cookie Route & Information

 Take a look at our 2017 routes!

Short Route (12 miles): Only route for children

The Tour de Cookie SHORT route is roughly 12 miles and almost entirely on the Carl Henn Millennium Trail, a paved shared-use path that encircles the city of Rockville. This family-friendly route is appropriate for any type of cyclist, including beginners and children. The course is mostly flat with just a couple mild to moderate hills. The trail does cross some major roads at busy intersections, so parents are urged to monitor children closely during the ride. For both your safety and enjoyment this route is being capped at 400 riders.

Click here to see more detail, view elevation profiles, download GPX files, etc.
Click on the map for larger version of cookie stand locations.
2017 Short Route

Legend: CS=Cookie Stand, S#=Short Route Stand, M#=Medium Route Stand, L#=Long Route Stand, ML#=Medium & Long Route Stand, SML=Short, Medium, and Long Route Stand, EXPO=Stand at Expo

Medium Route (27 miles):  Brand New

Brand new for 2017, the Tour de Cookie MEDIUM route is roughly 27 miles in scenic Montgomery County. By popular request, the medium route is entirely on roads this year and no longer includes the Carl Henn Millennium Trail. The course is somewhat hilly, with more than 1,200 feet of elevation gain. You’ll earn your cookies! Portions of the route include busy roads with minimal or no shoulders. Consequently, this ride is recommended for experienced ADULT cyclists only.

Click here to see more detail, view elevation profiles, download GPX files, etc. 
Click on the map for larger version of cookie stand locations.
2017 Medium Route

Legend: CS=Cookie Stand, S#=Short Route Stand, M#=Medium Route Stand, L#=Long Route Stand, ML#=Medium & Long Route Stand, SML=Short, Medium, and Long Route Stand, EXPO=Stand at Expo

Long Route (43 miles):  Brand New

Brand new for 2017, the Tour de Cookie LONG route is roughly 43 miles in scenic Montgomery County, including Poolesville and the famed Agricultural Reserve. By popular request, the long route is entirely on roads this year and no longer includes the Carl Henn Millennium Trail. The course is fairly hilly, with nearly 2,000 feet of elevation gain. You’ll earn your cookies! Portions of the route include busy roads with minimal or no shoulders. Consequently, this ride is recommended for experienced ADULT cyclists only.

Click here to see more detail, view elevation profiles, download GPX files, etc. 
Click on the map for larger version of cookie stand locations.
2017 Long Route

Legend: CS=Cookie Stand, S#=Short Route Stand, M#=Medium Route Stand, L#=Long Route Stand, ML#=Medium & Long Route Stand, SML=Short, Medium, and Long Route Stand, EXPO=Stand at Expo

Click on the links below to see more detail,
view elevation profiles, download GPX files, etc.

 Short Route

 Medium Route

 Long Route

 Important Documents you can download

Group Ride Safety Instructions

Short Route Cue Sheet

Medium Route Cue Sheet

Long Route Cue Sheet

  

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