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Tour of Quetame

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Trail

27.0 mile 43.5 kilometer loop
35% Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 5,331' 1,625 m
Descent: -5,330' -1,625 m
High: 6,611' 2,015 m
Low: 4,383' 1,336 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 40% (22°)

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Trail shared by Jorge A Idarraga

An excellent ride with a great view!

Jorge A Idarraga

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Overview

Bordering the canyon from Quetame to Caqueza, this ride is a scenic tour of the area. With the river at your right and the mountain by your left, you won't want for beautiful views! Use caution in some places, as there is a lot of dirt and grass in the trail, and riders will need to cross one or two streams along the way.

Description

To start off your ride, you must first tackle quite a bit of paved riding. You'll follow Carrera 5 all the way through town, and down to the river. From there you'll take a singletrack trail through up through a canyon. Though you'll be riding for 20 miles, the rolling trail goes fast!

After a singletrack jaunt, you'll return to a paved section. Be sure to take a rest break, and drink some water, because you have the most grueling section of trail ahead of you! The Via Saname is characterized by a long, steep climb that will put your climbing skills to the test. once you gain the summit, the trail begins to mellow.

After catching your breath from the climb, enjoy rolling terrain as you follow the road back to Quetame again.

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Local Club: Pa' la Montaña

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