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Draper Fall Classic 50

 
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Length

48.2 Miles 77.6 Kilometers


80%

Singletrack

Elevation

6,744' 2,056 m

Ascent

-6,744' -2,055 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

5,844' 1,781 m

High

4,611' 1,405 m

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This is a map of the FULL course for the Draper Fall Classic.

Joel Rackham

Overview

This is a course designed to test your fitness, and highlights the amazing trail systems in the Draper Rim Loop and other courses in Draper.
Dogs: No Dogs

Description

Racers will tackle a longer mile 48.3-mile loop with approximately 6,744 ft of climbing. The course begins with a rip past the Draper City mountain bike park before heading off and up the Corner Canyon trail system.

Unlike the Stan Crane Memorial course, however, this course will climb to the high point of Clark's Trail, and following a clockwise direction tackle Rush, Coyote Hollow, Canyon Hollow, Brock Point, Draper Alpine Road, Ghost Falls Trail, Gas Line Trail, B.S.T, and Creekview trails before heading out to the Draper Rim Loop returning to the mountain bike park.

With two significant climbs per lap, and an equal amount of fast descending, this race is surely going to require all the aspects of a complete mountain biker. Just like the Stan Crane Race, the purpose-built Draper City mountain bike park will provide easy access and spectating for some of the more technical and exciting aspects of the course. It should be an awesome race.

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