2.0 miles
245 ft
-229 ft
639 ft
High Point

Börjar På grusvägen vid Bergsjön (som har skakig makadamm upp till Marydvägen) och fortsätter söderut via vägförgrening åt höger som leder till en vändplan med container efter 1 km cykling. Tag stora skogsstigen åt höger mot Alingsås men efter 700m måste du lämna den vid en 90-graderskrök och ta dig genom skogen 100m västerut fram till en svårcyklad traktorstig som efter 100m leder till en grusväg. Höger i nästa korsning mot Dammsjöås och efter mossen börjar stig mot "Flugornas stig" som har en svårfunnen ända 50m ifrån ängen uppe vid Damsjöås. Se bifogad karta.

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Bergsjön-Ljungsmosse-Dammsjöås is a 2 mile less popular intermediate route located near Alingsås. This mountain bike primary route. This route climbs 245 ft with a max elevation of 639 ft then descends -229 ft.
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More Stats for Bergsjön-Ljungsmosse-Dammsjöås mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    15 ft
  • Altitude min
    486 ft
  • Altitude start
    500 ft
  • Altitude end
    515 ft
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  • Distance climb
    4,199 ft
  • Distance down
    4,114 ft
  • Distance flat
    2,051 ft
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