Saint Ignace, located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, is the second-oldest city founded by Europeans in Michigan and the third oldest continuously inhabited city in the U.S. Inhabited by Native Americans, Europeans and rich in history, it is mostly known for its ferry service to Mackinac Island and as being the home to Straits State Park. Furthermore, the Huron Boardwalk, a number of waterfront parks, the virgin beaches and the St. Ignace – Trout Lake Trail make St. Ignace a great vacation destination for all.
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Mountain Biking in Lake Tahoe, South Lake Tahoe, California USA
Lake Tahoe is a lovely place for mountain biking. There is a biking trail called Angora Lakes Climb or Angora Ridge, which is a great introduction for beginners to the beautiful mountain biking experience. The trail is about 2 mi/3.2 km and it is partially paved and partially dirt.
It proceeds for about 2 mi/3.2 km to Angora Lookout and then 2 more mi/3.2 km to Angora Lakes. While biking, you can enjoy the spectacular view of Fallen Leaf Lake and Mt. Tallac. When you reach Angora Lakes, take a moment to admire the panoramic view of Lake Tahoe and Desolation Wildness.
The view is magnificent. One of the trails, Mr. Toad’s is dangerous, highly technical, stomach turning, 1500 ft/457.2 m descent from the 7200 ft/2195 m trail-head at Big Meadow. Many rough, rock chutes drops of up to 6 ft/1.8 m, making this ride only for experts.
This 13 mi/20.9 km ride makes a nice combination with a circular route that follows Route 89 south from Meyers towards Luther Pass for a little less than 4.5 mi/7.2 km. That part, the hard one, is known as Saxon Creek trail. If you plan to make the whole circuit, make sure you have a lot of water with you.
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