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mountain biking

Big Biking: Mammoth Mountain Bike Park, Mammoth Lakes, Calif.

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Bomb down wide-open steeps and loose pumice on a world-class competition trail; chug uphill through grassy meadows to a paradise picnic spot overlooking glassy mountain lakes; or cruise easy-rolling, sweetly shaded singletrack to a funky coffeehouse.

Great Drives: Blue Ridge Parkway

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With a speed limit never greater than 45 miles per hour, the Blue Ridge Parkway evokes a simpler era when families packed picnic lunches and went "motoring" to fill sunny Sunday afternoons.

Free Wheeling: Schweitzer Mountain Resort, Sandpoint

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Grab your bike and roll into summer. There is no better way to explore the high country.

Mountain Golf: Sunriver Resort

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Set on a high-desert plateau on the eastern flank of the Cascades near Mt. Bachelor, Sunriver, a mecca for river rafters, mountain bikers and fly fishermen, has also evolved into an exceptional 54-hole golf retreat.

Summer Biking 2003: Rollins Pass

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When Colorado entrepreneur John Quincy Adams Rollins carved a road over the Continental Divide in the 1860s, he did more than open a route for wagons: Rollins bestowed future mountain bikers with an epic ride over the top of America.

Summer Biking 2003: The Balsams

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The Balsams, in Dixville Notch, N.H., is one of the last of the grand old hotels where a century ago wealthy socialites arrived for the summer, wore white tie and ornate gowns, and waltzed in the ballroom.

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