The Pinnacle - Renfrew
This is a favourite ride for many Renfrew cyclists.
This ride starts in town and within a few km you are climbing up the Pinnacle to meander through farm country. This tour feels miles from town.
This is a great ride for the whole family, or for a late afternoon training ride.
Get out and enjoy this beautiful ride.
Park at the McDougall Mill Museum; ride back up the hill and make a sharp right at the top of the hill onto Albert St.
Take Albert St to Bruce St. Turn left on Bruce St; ride to the lights and turn right onto Stewart St.
Take Stewart St to Pinnacle Rd (1 km).
Turn right on Pinnacle Rd; there is a 1 km climb up to the top of Pinnacle Hill.
Follow paved road to T-intersection. Turn right onto gravel road.
Ride for 1.5 km to Cobus Rd. Turn right and follow the road for 4 km to T-intersection at Bruce St.
At Bruce St turn right and ride down the hill to Albert St. This is a heavy traffic area so be careful.
Retrace your route back to the Museum and spend some time enjoying the view from one of only two swinging bridges in Ontario.
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14 km loop
Hiking & Walking, Cycling - Roads & Paths, Cycling - Off-Road
Parking, Picnic areas
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