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L'Entrecôte (M30)

Intermediate

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0.8 mile 1.2 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 94' 29 m
Descent: -246' -75 m
High: 1,281' 391 m
Low: 1,035' 315 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 19% (11°)

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A smooth doubletrack climb at the top of the valley.

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L'Entrecôte is a smooth doubletrack climb to the top of the valley and down to Missisquoi Road. It starts at the base of the ski resort at P7, and follows an access road past a ski trail and then continues on to an old doubletrack jeep trail.

You can also climb it from the other side on Missisquoi coming from Démone (C15), up to to the valley trails. It is the perfect route to climb from P7, lap La Tofu (M37) to No Name (M89), Richard (M91), Le Descente du Stade Olympique (M31) or simply head back to the Village side.

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