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AZT: Segment 5 - Redington Pass and the Mighty Catalinas

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46.9 Miles 75.5 Kilometers


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8,615' 2,626 m

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-3,469' -1,057 m

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5%

Avg Grade (3°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

8,178' 2,493 m

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2,752' 839 m

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Tim McCabe
Tucson, AZ
Tim McCabe   Tucson, AZ
This is the AZTR 750 race course. Climbing Redington road to complete the Rincon Wilderness bypass. Redington starts paved but soon turns to dirt and rock. Where the course turn hard right your on the same jeep trail as Chiva Falls. More jeep trails lead to Italian Trap and the start of Passage 10. Passage 10 takes you to Prison Camp now called Gordon Hirabayashi Campground. Oct 29, 2017
Tim McCabe
Tucson, AZ
Tim McCabe   Tucson, AZ
The race course has you riding up the Molino Basin Trail, unless their doing the full AZT most riders will not be riding up this as it parallels the highway. Also the race course takes a shortcut down into the campground before heading up the Highway. Oct 29, 2017

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