8.6 miles
318 ft
-324 ft
689 ft
High Point

En fin och lättcyklad tur som tar dig längs Kyrkvägen mot Ockelbo / Brattfors, men innan man kommer hela vägen dit viker man tillbaka mot Jädraås igen längs gammal banvall.

Namnet "Kråkis" kommer just från att en sträckan på den här banan går på banvallen där tidigare järnvägen som i folkmun kallades "Kråkbanan" (Dala-Ockelbo-Norrsundets Järnväg) gick. Att den kallades "Kråkbanan" har att göra med att den började i Linghed utanför Svärdsjö - och folk från Svärdsjötrakten kallades "Svärdsjökråkor". Det i sin tur går hela vägen tillbaka till 1520 och Gustav Vasa, för när danskarna sticker in ett spjut i hövagnen där Gustav gömmer sig och det börjar droppa blod så skär kusken sin häst i "Kråkan" (hoven) för att dölja blodet som kommer från Gustav.

Längs leden passeras bland annat Jädraås gamla hytta och smedja. Sommartid körs även museijärnväg i Jädraås.

source: Kråkis
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BG Jädraås Kråkis is a 9 mile less popular easy route located near Ockelbo. This mountain bike only route. This route climbs 318 ft with a max elevation of 689 ft then descends -324 ft.
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    568 ft
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    653 ft
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    646 ft
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    3 miles
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    4 miles
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