Twin Lakes Cruise

Latrobe, Pennsylvania

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Starting at the popular Twin Lakes Park in Westmoreland County, the Twin Lakes Cruise takes cyclists on a roller-coaster ride through the notorious hills of southwest Pennsylvania. Enjoy fabulous views of lush valleys and the looming Laurel Highlands. Stop for a swim at the Keystone State Park beach, or relax at one of many picnic sites along the scenic lake. Confront more hills on your return to Twin Lakes, but also glide past meticulously kept farms on quiet country roads. Keep your legs pumping after your ride as you propel around Lower Lake in a rented paddleboat. Visit in early July and discover why the Westmoreland Arts and Heritage Festival is rated one of the best in the United States.

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"Starting at the popular Twin Lakes Park in Westmoreland County, the Twin Lakes Cruise takes cyclists on a roller-coaster ride through the notorious hills of southwest Pennsylvania. Enjoy fabulous views of lush valleys and the looming Laurel Highlands. Stop for a swim at the Keystone State Park beach, or relax at one of many picnic sites along the scenic lake.

Confront more hills on your return to Twin Lakes, but also glide past meticulously kept farms on quiet country roads. Keep your legs pumping after your ride as you propel around Lower Lake in a rented paddleboat. Visit in early July and discover why the Westmoreland Arts and Heritage Festival is rated one of the best in the United States."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Latrobe
Distance: 24
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Spring through fall
Trailhead Elevation: 1,100 feet
Top Elevation: 1,300 feet
Local Contacts: Contact information for local attractions, restaurants, lodging, and bike shops is provided in the eTrail.
Driving Directions: Directions to Twin Lakes Cruise

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May 2018