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Strawberry Station General Store

Twin Bridges, CA, USA
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HBSnowFlower wrote a review Jul 2020
Huntington Beach, California569 contributions106 helpful votes
Across from Lover's Leap climbing area and Strawberry Lodge, this general store rents skis and boards in the winter, stocks climbing supplies in the summer and has now just started renting ebikes. We were lucky to be among the first to e-bike the paved roads to Pack Saddle Pass and down to the creek at the Silver Fork campground where we picnicked -- about 25 miles round trip. While I had plenty of battery left after climbing, descending and climbing back up the pass, my heavier husband had to stay in Eco setting on the way back -- meaning lots of pedaling. Very little traffic and great views of Pyramid peak along the way. We returned to the store for ice cream, t-shirts, a newspaper and pickle relish -- they seemed to have everything we needed. "Squirrel" the manager and staff were all wearing masks, and very helpful, giving us maps and directions on using the new bikes
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Date of experience: June 2020
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HBSnowFlower wrote a review Jun 2020
Huntington Beach, California569 contributions106 helpful votes
Across from Lover's Leap climbing area and Strawberry Lodge, this general store rents skis and boards in the winter, stocks climbing supplies in the summer and has now just started renting ebikes. We were lucky to be among the first to e-bike the paved roads to Pack Saddle Pass and down to the creek at the Silver Fork campground where we picnicked -- about 25 miles round trip. While I had plenty of battery left after climbing, descending and climbing back up the pass, my heavier husband had to stay in Eco setting on the way back -- meaning lots of pedaling. Very little traffic and great views of Pyramid peak along the way. We returned to the store for ice cream, t-shirts, a newspaper and pickle relish -- they seemed to have everything we needed. "Squirrel" the manager and staff were all wearing masks, and very helpful, giving us maps and directions on using the new bikes. Great way to spend an afternoon along the American River on your way to Tahoe.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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