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Wilson's Revenge CCW Course

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Length

54.3 Miles 87.5 Kilometers


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Elevation

6,074' 1,851 m

Ascent

-6,063' -1,848 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

3,078' 938 m

High

1,071' 326 m

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Cameron Fraser

Overview

53 miles of terror! This is the official route of Wilson's Revenge race. Over 6,000 feet of elevation gain makes this a tough route!
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Description

The ride begins at the Brown Mountain Beach Resort camping area. Riders will take a right out of the campground staging area, then take a quick left on Adako Rd. After about 1 mile of pavement riders will take a left on Maple Sally Rd. Maple Sallys signature gravel and rolling elevation gain will allow you to quickly warm up. 21.1 miles will bring you to NC 90 and the first rest stop.

After a quick left on NC 90 you'll take a right on FR 4068A for 4.2 miles to NC 90 again. Rt turn will have you climbing 5 miles to the community of Gragg, NC. Lt on FR 45 to continue through Gragg. Lt on FR 192 to climb to Old House Gap. Lt on FR 451 to test your technical descending skills. Continue to rest stop #2 at intersection of FR 451 and Roseborough Rd. Lt on Roseborough for a fantastic descent back towards NC 90. Rt on NC 90 to Mortimer. Rt on Brown Mtn Beach Rd. BMB Rd parallels Wilson Creeks scenic gorge back to Brown Mtn Beach Resort for an epic finish!

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