**We feel the elevation gain for this course will be in the 3500-3700ft range. Not the 5585ft TF is showing.
Racers will start at the gate on the Iverson access road. Racers will follow road to Iverson and at Iverson turn right. Racers will follow Iverson to the main venue and take the connector trail to NW Timber. At Easy Tiger Racers will turn right. Keep right at the split and go down The Legend. At the road turn right and take the first left. This will take you to the bottom of Easy Tiger. Climb Easy Tiger to the road. At the road turn right. Follow road to the Tiger Crossover Road and turn Left and follow for a short bit and then turn Right on Preston. Climb Preston to the Road. Preston to Road is the climbing timing split. At the road turn Left and follow it around to the Summit road. Turn Left on Summit and follow to the East Tiger Summit Trail crossing and turn Right. Racers will then take OTG down. Where Drop In connects with OTG the descending timing split begins and will end just before the road. Racers may take optional line NOTG. At the road racers will turn right and continue on road to the next road on left. Racers will take road and fallout down to Crosshaul. Racers turn right on cross haul to Inside Passage. Left on Inside Passage. Racers continue on Inside Passage to Joyride. Racers continue on Joyride and then right on NW Timber. Follow NW Timber all the way back to finish line at venue.
More Stats for 2019 Raging Tiger Stage 3: Tiger XC mountain bike route
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