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Alter-Nate loop

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9.5 Miles 15.4 Kilometers


95%

Singletrack

1,919' 585 m

Ascent

-1,917' -584 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

6,613' 2,016 m

High

4,904' 1,495 m

Low

Shared By Nathan Clark

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Up to the alter through the forest with views of Orem

Nathan Clark

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Overview

Puts you up into the more forested areas where is gets smooth and shady, Getting up to the alter, where the loop starts will likely be the hardest and steepest part.

Need to Know

Dry and loose, Exposed to the heat as it gets sun all day. Water and bathrooms available at Timpanogos park at the start.

Description

Your going to climb up through the exposed South face of Provo Canyon. Once you get the alter this will put you into smooth riding forested areas that is a nice change of scenery and will finally give you a bit of protection from the heat and sun.

You'll start off at Timpanogos park, There are a hundred ways to get up the the alter (where the loop starts) the hardest part will be navigating all the forks in the trail. Just keep pointing up as almost all trails eventually lead to the alter. Some steeper or looser than others.

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