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blueBlack Aspen Asphyxiation Route

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60.0 mile 96.6 kilometer loop
Singletrack
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 6,235' 1,900 m
Descent: -6,235' -1,900 m
High: 9,378' 2,858 m
Low: 6,969' 2,124 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 44% (24°)

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Trail shared by Eugene Gonzalez

Flagstaff Trails.

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Overview

Great Flagstaff trails linked to make a 58 mile ride.

Description

A nearly 58-mile ride that will test your legs and lungs in the thin air. Well do a neutral start up to Elden Lookout road where well regroup before starting(like last year). Well climb Elden Lookout Road, take Sunset through the Hobbit forest, Upper Brookbank, Little Gnarly to Schultz Pass Loop(same as last year). From there, well go up Waterline Road (Trail), take the Inner Basin Trail down to Locket Meadow then down to Forest Road 418. After some climbing, well then take the AZT all the way back to Lower Motor which well take to Inner Earth then back to the TH at Schultz. Well finally go up Rocky Ridge, cross Elden Lookout Road (right where we started) then trace our steps back to the Safeway.

History & Background

AES Free Races.

Our mission is simple: to inspire people to ride. We promote grassroots, endurance races throughout the state of Arizona.

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