We went with a 2 year old in a chariot, a 5 year old pedalling himself, 3 older teenagers, 2 adults, and a 70 year old grandmother. All enjoyed themselves. I had done this ride before the fire and thought it would be barren this time around, but it was quite lovely; far more trees and growth than I expected. There were about 18 trestles and two tunnels plus unilmited scenery. The entire ride took us about 2 1/2 - 3 hours of pedalling on almost flat terrain.
Having bike rentals on the hill was great, but be sure to reserve the day ahead of time so you won't have to wait. Picking up and dropping off the bikes was effortless and fairly priced. It was great having bikes right there, ready to go and not hauling anything up and down the hill. The rental place also had some snacks to buy, but we packed our own picnic lunch.
On hotter days you definately want to get there first thing in the morning (9:00 am). HIking is also nice, but we didn't see any hikers who made the full distance and it is worth going all the way around.
There are interesting points of history on the trail, many places to stop and take pictures, have a snack, or sit on a bench and rest.
There is no fee for the park/hike/trail, just for the bike rentals.
We would all go again.
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