Bring your suit! Your swimsuit, that is: you’re in for a classic County afternoon. The mill pond has long been a favourite haunt in the summer, and it’s especially inviting after 25 kilometres of gravel. Refreshed, you’ll head through the southeast region of PEC to Waupoos, another great spot for a rest stop.

The final leg of the journey will have you hugging the shoreline along Picton Bay past Lake on the Mountain (mental note to make a reservation for later) and down into town to take the Millennium Trail back to the car. It’s a full day of perfect scenery.

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