Heading to Bar Harbor or Acadia National Park? Don't miss these main stops! You'll drive the Park Loop Road, bike the carriage roads, hike Acadia's trails, eat at the Jordan Pond House, and experience Cadillac Mountain.
America's national parks offer a variety of activities for its visitors—and many of the parks are ideal for bike lovers. Here are 10 national parks you should check out on two wheels. 10 Great National Parks for Cyclists http://www.active.com/cycling/articles/10-great-national-parks-for-cyclists?cmp=17N-PB33-S14-T1-D3--1100
High Bridge Trail State Park in Virginia; over 30 miles long; a shared-use trail. Is 2,400 feet long and ranges from 60 to 125 feet high. Was originally made of wood and was used for trains. After the last train crossing in 2004, the abandoned tracks were donated (in 2006) to the state park system, and restored between 2008 and 2012.
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