Mont-Tremblant National Park is a provincial park that covers 1510 m²/16254 ft², located north of Mont Tremblant, Quebec and the villages of Saint-Donat and Saint-Come. It is the second largest Park in Quebec after Kuururjuaq National Park. This park is well know for its natural beauty offering plenty of rest, fun and adventure to visitors.
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Bicycling / Cycling in Pinecrest Lake, Sonora, California USA
One popular sport at Pinecrest Lake is cycling. In summer there is a little shopping area, available for bicycle rentals. There are two routes, ideal for cyclists. First route to cycle is along the Clark Fork Road. It is an 11 mi/17.7 km ride for cycling enthusiasts to enjoy the mild grade and the 1000 ft/304.8 m climbing, spread fairly along its length.
You can park near the bridge after turning onto the Clark Fork Road from Highway 108. Next follows a ride up to the end of the road at Iceberg Meadow. You can rest there and have a picnic, before heading back to your car. Second one to cycle is the Old Strawberry Road.
It is a narrow, shaded road that makes a nice ride. You can begin your ride in Strawberry or maybe at the upper end, where the road intersects Highway 108, just a mile east of Cold Springs by the Pinecrest School.
There is a 400 ft/122 m elevation drop at this 3 mi/4.8 km road, from Pinecrest School down to Stanislaus River at Strawberry and then rises a small grade to reach Highway 108.