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PAC Virginia / QUEBRADANEGRA

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Length

11.3 Miles 18.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

2,423' 739 m

Ascent

-2,414' -736 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

30%

Max Grade (17°)

5,943' 1,811 m

High

4,316' 1,315 m

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This is a long, difficult ride for advanced riders with great views and waterfalls along the way.

Juan Guillermo Casasbuenas

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Dogs: Off-leash

Description

This is the longest route that requires a high level of physical fitness where you can explore the "corregimientos" such as Quebrada Negra, Alto del Oso, and Mirador de las Palmas among others. Along the way, enjoy beautiful views of several municipalities of the department of Quindío while experiencing the kindness of the people. The trails that are part of this route are designed to demand and improve your experiences on your MTB.
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Este es el recorrido más largo de buena exigencia y resistencia física donde puedes conocer corregimientos como Quebrada Negra, el Alto del Oso, Mirador de las Palmas entre otros, disfrutando de una hermosa vista de varios municipios del departamento del Quindío y también de la amabilidad de su gente. Senderos y trochas hacen parte de este recorrido diseñado para exigir y mejoras tus experiencias sobre tu mtb.

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Local Club: Resabiados MTB

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