Meridian, the sixth largest city of Mississippi, except of hosting numerous cultural events, offers great opportunities to visitors for recreation all year long. It was established in 1860, rebuilt after the Civil War and became the largest city of Mississippi between 1890 and 1930. It contains many parks with tennis courts, softball fields, swimming pools etc. Visitors can also experience water skiing, hiking and camping at Bonita Lakes area and Okatibbee Lake.
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Bicycling / Cycling in Blewett Pass Road, Wenatchee, Washington USA
Blewett Pass Road or else US-97 S Road is connecting Peshastin Village with Ellensburg Town and the beginning of the ride starts right before you enter Peshastin Village on the left. It is 50 mi/80 km long, out and back, with an elevation gain of 3000 ft/914 m.
The difficulty level of this ride is in category one, suitable for all skill levels. The average gradient of the terrain is 4,5% and the maximum 8%. The route has no technical difficulties but it is long, so a good physical condition is required.
You will ride through amazing nature, with dense forest around you and some amazing views of the Cascade Mountains, in a curvy, through the mountains, road. Blewett Pass is a great ride for cycling enthusiasts to escape the city and take a deep, refreshing breath of fresh, clean mountain air.