19.0 miles
3,129 ft
-4,666 ft
2 miles
High Point
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THIS IS NOT A PERFECT COURSE! I put it together to see how much climbing there would be for the enduro. Here is USACs description.

To Stage 1: Ride the new Gondola to Green World to the bottom of the High
Lonesome Lift. Climb Gunbarrel Road to the beginning of Space Force, which is
the start of Stage 1. Please plan at least 20 minutes to get to the start of Stage 1
so you do not miss your assigned start time.
To Stage 2: Pedal Green World—High Lonesome to the top of Dirty Dozen, which
is the start of Stage 2.
To Stage 3: Ride the Olympia Lift. Pedal up the Summer Road until you reach
Upper Roof of the Rockies. Turn left and pedal until you reach the High Lonesome
Lift Line. This is the start of Stage 4.
To Stage 4: Turn left at the bottom of stage 3, and then again turn left and begin
to climb the Summer Road. Pedal past the top of the Olympia Lift, and past the
Upper Roof of the Rockies road crossing. After a couple of switchbacks, you will
come to a 3-way intersection. Take a left and continue to climb to the top of Mary
Jane Mountain. Go right and around the Lunch Rock café and down an old
Enduro Information
double-track road to the start of Stage 4 at the Icarus Spur to Upper Roof of the
To Stage 5: Take a left at the bottom of Stage 4, and pedal Lower Roof of the
Rockies, past Happy Camper, until you reach Fantasy Meadow where you will take
a left. Go around either side of the loop until you reach the top of stage 5 at
Mountain Goat.
To Stage 6: Pedal up the Summer Road, past the bottom of the Olympia, until you
reach Zip’s, which is at the top of No Quarter trail. Do not turn left onto Lower
Arapahoe or Roly Poly. Take a left at the intersection at Zip’s, and pedal across the
Zip’s Dump road past old lift parts. At the end of the road, climb up the singletrack
connector to Lower Arapahoe. Once you reach Lower Arapahoe, continue straight
and uphill, and climb the technical switchbacks until you reach the start of Stage
To Stage 7: Finish pedaling Eye to Eye. Once you reach Tunnel Hill Road, cross it
on Helly’s and continue to pedal until you reach the teepee. This is the start of
Stage 7.
To Stage 8: Pedal up Little Vasquez/Arapahoe Road, which is to your left at the
bottom of Stage 7. Do not turn on any singletrack trails. Please be aware that this
transfer is on a public Forest Service Road, and expect vehicles. Pedal up this
road, and continue under the Denver Water diversion pipe, until you reach a 4-
way intersection. Take a left and climb up a couple of switchbacks. Do not turn off
of the main road. You will eventually pass the top of Stage 7, and when you begin
descending you will pass the XC Course. Please use caution here. Once you reach
the resort, take a left and climb past the Red Gate until you reach Long Trail. Drop
into Long Trail and at the top of the swooping berm, climb to your right and
follow signs for Lower Long Trail. Once you have topped out on Lower Long Trail,
you are at the start of the final Stage 8.

Detailed Description
2019 USAC Nationals Enduro Course is a 19 mile expert race route located near Winter Park Colorado. This mountain bike only route. This route includes 33 trails. This route climbs 3,129 ft with a max elevation of 11,244 ft then descends -4,666 ft.
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  • Race Course
  • Race Date
    Thursday July 25, 2019 at 12:00am
  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty rating
    Black Diamond
  • Bike type
More Stats for 2019 USAC Nationals Enduro Course mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    5 hr 1 min
  • Altitude change
    -1,537 ft
  • Altitude min
    9,032 ft
  • Altitude start
    10,636 ft
  • Altitude end
    9,098 ft
  • Grade
  • Grade max
  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    7 miles
  • Distance down
    12 miles
  • Distance flat
    4,249 ft
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