Yesterday afternoon, after Bob came home from work, we rode our bicycles around Chapman Lake at Chapman State Park. The park is about 10 miles from our house, near the borough of Clarendon PA.
A larger sized map may be obtained here.
The trail around Chapman Lake was one of the more challenging short trails that we have ridden. The ride wasn’t difficult, just challenging. The challenge was due to trail surface variations from dirt to crossing a swinging bridge to grass to mud (Bob got stuck) to gravel (some loose). There was some paved road as well. The challenge on that road was a hill climb. I certainly enjoyed flying down, after cresting the hill!
Autumn colors are starting to show!
Here is a video of our ride that Bob shot with our GoPro7.
• Bicycle Miles Ridden – 2.53 miles
• Total Moving Time – 29 minutes 5 seconds
• Maximum Speed – 21.3 MPH
• Average Speed – 5.2 MPH