Here are the GPS TRACKS for the Saturday and Sunday rides. These are TRACKS, not routes. Tracks do not give you turn by turn directions, do not recalculate, etc. All they do is draw a line on your GPS that you need to follow to stay on the track. If you don’t see the track on your screen zoom out until you do.
Most GPSs can handle tracks, but not all. I believe all Zumos can do tracks as well as GPS made for hiking, but GPSs made for cars cannot do tracks. After you import the file to your GPS you will need to find the menu item that enables showing the tracks on the map.
Included in this file are the tracks for Saturday (Coshocton to Nelsonville) and Sunday (Coshocton to New Philadelphia), tracks for two short challenging sections if you are interested in them (enable your GPS to show these as well), and the waypoint for the Coshocton KOA.
The Saturdaty ride is 200 miles and the Sunday ride 130 miles. Ed is thinking this is probably more than riders will want to do so the plan is to ride as far as you like and then find your way back to the KOA or your home on paved roads.
These routes are part of the Trans Ohio Trail that is being developed and curated by Ohio riders. Check out the link on ADVrider for more information.
Download the GPS tracks: TOT Desimone 20210615