1001 Pedras

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2.1 Miles 3.4 Kilometers


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Ascent

-1,173' -358 m

Descent

1,401' 427 m

High

228' 69 m

Low

11%

Avg Grade (6°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

Unknown

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This trail looks like a try streambed with stones of varying types and sizes, drops and rock gardens

Rodrigo Forrequi

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Dogs: Off-leash

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The trail is fairly wide almost for its whole length. It begins with a path in the woods with few rocks and roots. In wet weather, it is common for this trail to get sloppy with mud and standing water, so you may want to avoid it after the rain.

As riders continue on, the trail gets increasingly rocky until if feels like you're riding a road of loose stones. It is necessary to maintain your speed to overcome all of the obstacles. Due to the treacherous nature of the trail, it is recommended that riders wear plenty of safety equipment.

A trilha mantm sua boa largura por quase todo caminho. Inicia-se com um caminho na mata, com poucas pedras e razes. Em tempo mido comum a formao de limo. A medida que se avana, aumenta a quantidade e o tamanho das pedras, at ficar uma estrada de pedras soltas. necessrio manter a velocidade para vencer os obstculos. Recomenda-se equipamento de segurana completo.

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