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La Rouche (M95)

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0.9 mile 1.4 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
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Elevation

Ascent: 197' 60 m
Descent: -302' -92 m
High: 1,545' 471 m
Low: 1,293' 394 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 11% (6°)
Max Grade: 31% (17°)

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Downhill only for the second part of the trail after the viewpoint. The first part can be ridden in both directions.

Description

La Rouche is a super nice cross-country trail that ends with a nice descent. The trail is accessed from near the bottom of La Hummus (M41) at an intersection before Connector 10. Head left to start in on La Rouche and some tight switchbacks that lead to a super nice viewpoint looking to the south. You can see Mont Sutton and Jay Peak (VT).

From there, get ready for a great downhill with nice handmade turns and some occasional steeper sections. After you cross the second ski trail, you'll cross Chaton Bicolore (M96). Keep left to continue on La Rouche or go right to get down to P7.

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