Cycling the Red Hill Creek Recreational Trail – Part 2 (With pictures!)


A friend and I decided to go cycling yesterday.  We planned on a morning ride about 20 km long.  We were out for over 4 hours and rode over 40km instead.  That, in itself, wouldn’t be a bad thing at all, except for the fact that around lunchtime, the temperature shot up above 30 degrees Celsius!  Needless to say, the ride home wasn’t necessarily fun…and the wind we had to fight made it that much more difficult.

Overall, though, we were both glad we went out.  We had a good time and since we planned on an easy, leisurely ride, I was able to stop and take pictures of the ever elusive Red Hill Creek trail, something I didn’t get to do the first time around.

It’s a lovely route to cycle, as long as you keep an eye on the spots of over-saturated gravel.  There are hills to challenge and wonderful scenery to enjoy.

The route we took is mapped HERE.  This map shows our route one way so by the time we had doubled back, we had hit 40km.

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  1. you could take a dip in the lake – it’s refreshing!


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