5.4 miles
557 ft
-577 ft
773 ft
High Point

2016 Eastern Grind Course

Detailed Description
2016 - The Eastern Grind Race is a 5 mile expert race route located near Williston Vermont. This mountain bike only route. This route includes 73 trails. This route climbs 557 ft with a max elevation of 773 ft then descends -577 ft.
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Trails in Route

Night Trail410 ft
Powerlines1,834 ft
Cutoff171 ft
Bear Run1,736 ft
Pop's2,021 ft
Mad Max394 ft
Torch627 ft
Watermelon719 ft
Post Road413 ft
Newt's Ridge833 ft
Rock Spine463 ft
Hawk404 ft
Porcupine853 ft
The Elbow2,149 ft
Cutoff302 ft
Bear Run1,736 ft
Torch1,434 ft
Watermelon761 ft
Cliffs Of Insanity2,316 ft
Newt's Ridge1,739 ft
Rock Spine463 ft
Hawk240 ft
Central Ave1,693 ft
Moose Poop2,080 ft
Hawk180 ft
Porcupine2,021 ft
Watermelon2 miles
Torch1 mile
Cutoff358 ft
Bear Run1,601 ft
Powerline A-line171 ft
Clover's Rollers1,959 ft
Torch4 miles
Watermelon702 ft
Rock Spine686 ft
Newt's Ridge794 ft
Rock Spine5 miles
Post Road5 miles
Hawk5 miles
Porcupine955 ft
Deer Yard5 miles
Watermelon331 ft
Cutoff230 ft
Bear Run1,670 ft
Torch817 ft
Watermelon738 ft
Newt's Ridge807 ft
Rock Spine374 ft
Hawk246 ft
Moose Poop1,401 ft
Porcupine850 ft


More Stats for 2016 - The Eastern Grind Race mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    39 min 48 sec
  • Altitude change
    -19 ft
  • Altitude min
    501 ft
  • Altitude start
    576 ft
  • Altitude end
    558 ft
  • Grade
  • Grade max
  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    2 miles
  • Distance down
    2 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
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