24.7 miles
Distance
6,392 ft
Climb
-6,818 ft
Descent
3,710 ft
High Point

***Short Course = Stages 3, 4, 6***

Revelstoke is one of our all time favourite riding destinations, and we are excited to showcase a number of different zones and trails. Revelstoke has earned its place on the map as an outdoor recreation mecca. The opportunities are endless, the people are friendly, and the community is top notch. We don't know which we're going to love more - riding Revy's amazing trails, or enjoying a cold Mt Begbie Brewing pint and some tasty Taco Club tacos after the race

IMPORTANT INFO
• The climb route is an ACTIVE gravel hauling route from approximately 7:00 - 4:00 pm Monday-Saturday. Racers who ride before Saturday do so at their own risk. Riders looking to pedal on Thursday/Friday do so after 4:00pm to avoid interaction with hauling.
• The roads will be closed for racers shuttling as of Thursday at 6:00am.
• No shuttling is allowed for Day 1 or Day 2 practice or race day
• Racers caught shuttling will be disqualified.
• Stage 2 will ONLY be open for practice from 8:00 - 10:00 am on Saturday, June 1st.
• Stage 1 will be raced Saturday, June 1st- read more below.
• Full Face Helmets are MANDATORY, for ALL Racers
• Helmets must be worn at all times while on course
• For further important information, please check out our Event Brief.
- We have a rulebook now but don't worry, it's just common-sense...well, for some.

SHORT COURSE
The stages for the short course will be stages 3, 4, and 6.

Detailed Description
Revelstoke Day 2 // EWS Continental - Norco Canadian Enduro Series is a 25 mile extreme race route located near Revelstoke British Columbia. This mountain bike only route can be used one direction and has a extreme overall physical rating. This route includes 39 trails. This route climbs 6,392 ft with a max elevation of 3,710 ft then descends -6,818 ft.
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75 Reviews & Comments

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ev-dog (3 days ago)
Agree with Johnbaldry. The lines most riders will take make this a single black and can be ridden sight unseen. There are some steep rutted chutes, easy if you're used to that or could make it tough if not. If you take the bigger drops and tech lines it is a double black. Rode it through on the black lines sight unseen and cleaned everything without hesitation.
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Johnbaldry (Jul 31, 2022 at 23:28)
Great ride. Depending on how you ride it will determine whether it is a single or double black trail. Take the tech features at trail speed and it is a D black. Avoid some of the drops and A lines it is a single black. Definitely an awesome trail regardless of perspective of difficulty.
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lukelikesbikesandbeers (Jul 30, 2022 at 20:04)
Personally think this is harder than Ultimate Frisbee.
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ChainLine (Jul 24, 2022 at 17:19)
Amazing trail. Easier to ride than walk. Higher travel and bigger tires recommended.
A solid upper single black trail.
Steep at times. Roots!
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DaneL (Jul 12, 2022 at 19:47)
Excellent trail, but definitely a single black. There has definitely been some recent trail work at the bottom, though. Maybe it was more difficult before.
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twowheeledchaos (Jul 2, 2022 at 8:46)
Aye single with a few double sections new bottom is blue flow
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mattwastaken (Jun 30, 2022 at 10:30)
Trail Boondocker
This is on the "must hit" list if you're in Revy and can shuttle. Steep, loamy trail full of berms, banks and root drops on the upper sections, then man made features on the lower section. Ride it from top to bottom as fast as possible, but stop at the rock roll and look around for all the other fun stuff in the vicinity. It intersects the logging road a few times so be aware of traffic.
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mattwastaken (Jun 30, 2022 at 10:30)
Trail Boondocker
This is on the "must hit" list if you're in Revy and can shuttle. Steep, loamy trail full of berms, banks and root drops on the upper sections, then man made features on the lower section. Ride it from top to bottom as fast as possible, but stop at the rock roll and look around for all the other fun stuff in the vicinity. It intersects the logging road a few times so be aware of traffic.
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mattwastaken (Jun 30, 2022 at 10:30)
Trail Boondocker
This is on the "must hit" list if you're in Revy and can shuttle. Steep, loamy trail full of berms, banks and root drops on the upper sections, then man made features on the lower section. Ride it from top to bottom as fast as possible, but stop at the rock roll and look around for all the other fun stuff in the vicinity. It intersects the logging road a few times so be aware of traffic.
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mattwastaken (Jun 30, 2022 at 10:30)
Trail Boondocker
This is on the "must hit" list if you're in Revy and can shuttle. Steep, loamy trail full of berms, banks and root drops on the upper sections, then man made features on the lower section. Ride it from top to bottom as fast as possible, but stop at the rock roll and look around for all the other fun stuff in the vicinity. It intersects the logging road a few times so be aware of traffic.
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mattwastaken (Jun 30, 2022 at 10:30)
Trail Boondocker
This is on the "must hit" list if you're in Revy and can shuttle. Steep, loamy trail full of berms, banks and root drops on the upper sections, then man made features on the lower section. Ride it from top to bottom as fast as possible, but stop at the rock roll and look around for all the other fun stuff in the vicinity. It intersects the logging road a few times so be aware of traffic.
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gregmowat (Jun 30, 2022 at 9:55)
New ending is a great addition, what a rip.
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FrothyWizard (Jun 14, 2022 at 19:41)
Good fun. I too agree this is a single black, in line with tall timber and easier than upper Boondocker.
Handles rain better than expected.
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dominikmeding (Jun 8, 2022 at 12:06)
Cool alpine trail. Single black in my opinion. Was wet but not muddy. You can ride everything unseen at good pace. Sweet.
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TheKork (May 24, 2022 at 16:15)
Rode the top section today, snow is pretty much gone, can ride around what's left.
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TheKork (May 24, 2022 at 16:15)
Rode the top section today, snow is pretty much gone, can ride around what's left.
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TheKork (May 24, 2022 at 16:03)
Trail Iron Lotus
Tree down in the middle of the long steep committing section (caution sign at top) soon after you first enter the woods. Otherwise great condition, a little bit of snow on top 5% of the trail.
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TheKork (May 24, 2022 at 16:03)
Trail Iron Lotus
Tree down in the middle of the long steep committing section (caution sign at top) soon after you first enter the woods. Otherwise great condition, a little bit of snow on top 5% of the trail.
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rgoldsmith (Apr 29, 2022 at 14:00)
Trail Gravy Bacon
As a vegetarian I found this trail offensive.
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marieevehervieux (Apr 29, 2022 at 13:25)
Trail Iron Lotus
This is my friend Mindy’s favourite trail!
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marieevehervieux (Apr 29, 2022 at 13:25)
Trail Iron Lotus
This is my friend Mindy’s favourite trail!
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swilsons (Sep 14, 2021 at 15:23)
Good enough to ride twice!
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Alanarich (Jun 21, 2021 at 9:26)
Acess road is closed due to logging. Used boondocker and tall timber to link up to this trail.
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Alanarich (Jun 21, 2021 at 9:26)
Acess road is closed due to logging. Used boondocker and tall timber to link up to this trail.
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Alanarich (Jun 21, 2021 at 9:26)
Acess road is closed due to logging. Used boondocker and tall timber to link up to this trail.
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benwilkey (May 1, 2021 at 15:52)
A bit of bike pushing on snowy access road to get to the top but trail was snow free.
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benwilkey (May 1, 2021 at 15:52)
A bit of bike pushing on snowy access road to get to the top but trail was snow free.
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benwilkey (May 1, 2021 at 15:52)
A bit of bike pushing on snowy access road to get to the top but trail was snow free.
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tallisman (Oct 6, 2020 at 16:46)
Trail Gravy Bacon
Fresh wood work is mint, big ups to the builders. Nice rooty loam and big hucks.
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heckler999 (Sep 11, 2020 at 18:05)
This ones a handful after Frisby and UFC- easily double black. Rideable on an all mountain but it’s loose. Lots of steep drops for the skilled but I felt a bit under-biked more than once
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ataraxie (Sep 10, 2020 at 7:31)
Rode it up from town. The whole ride to the parking took ~3hrs (took it easy). Sure it's not the most scenic climb but it's definitely not very hard. A moderate climb.
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pbuser11138 (May 31, 2020 at 10:13)
Tried driving up.. still to much snow
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:50)
Trail Access Road
Of all the forestry roads I've ridden this is one of the best. No need to walk the bike, smooth and gradual climb. Road is in great condition. The biggest climbs are on the switch back corners. Once you make the 7km mark the climb gets consistently steeper but still rideable. Worth every pedal stroke for the mouth watering descents!!!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:46)
Fun fast trail, technical with lots of loose rocks. This trail is steep and exposed as the top has no trees. Stays drier than the lower runs because of this. Not an easy trail to stop on so hit with confidence! Worth a lap but is a decent climb past boondocker as the climb gets steeper
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:46)
Fun fast trail, technical with lots of loose rocks. This trail is steep and exposed as the top has no trees. Stays drier than the lower runs because of this. Not an easy trail to stop on so hit with confidence! Worth a lap but is a decent climb past boondocker as the climb gets steeper
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:39)
Trail Man Quads
Not a direct downline so the trail traverses a decent amount. Lots of wooden rollers which will test our average blue rider. If it's a wet time of year this trail will be the first to have lots of puddles. Currently it's the only puddly trail on the mtn and it's VERY puddly
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:36)
Trail Gravy Bacon
This trail links in with boondocker but is totally flowy with great wooden drops and jump features. Very smooth compared to boondocker which is more of a technical line. Cant really go wrong on this mountain as every run is awesome!
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:32)
The entire boondocker line is so much fun and one of the best trails I've ridden on my 1month tour of BC trail networks. This trail is a must hit if you are confident with blacks or want to test yourself. Lots of roots and drops to fly over
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:27)
This trail could be called a bikepark blue. It's a DH trail which has great flow. It's the easiest line on the mountain. Starts with nice steep and smooth berms. When it goes into the tall tree line it gets a little rutted but nothing an intermediate rider can't send ???????? my girlfriend has looped this trail 10+ times in the last few days while I go higher. A great fast line for me too though
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:27)
This trail could be called a bikepark blue. It's a DH trail which has great flow. It's the easiest line on the mountain. Starts with nice steep and smooth berms. When it goes into the tall tree line it gets a little rutted but nothing an intermediate rider can't send ???????? my girlfriend has looped this trail 10+ times in the last few days while I go higher. A great fast line for me too though
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jackson96 (Oct 3, 2019 at 9:27)
This trail could be called a bikepark blue. It's a DH trail which has great flow. It's the easiest line on the mountain. Starts with nice steep and smooth berms. When it goes into the tall tree line it gets a little rutted but nothing an intermediate rider can't send ???????? my girlfriend has looped this trail 10+ times in the last few days while I go higher. A great fast line for me too though
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longliveenduro MTB - Augsburg (Sep 25, 2019 at 20:45)
Awesome technical fun
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longliveenduro MTB - Augsburg (Sep 25, 2019 at 20:45)
Awesome technical fun
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Chevyr (Sep 2, 2019 at 15:48)
Super fun. Joined with Frisby Ridge and UBC you’ve got one monster of a decent. Single black
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emearg (Aug 18, 2019 at 12:50)
Trail Access Road
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emearg (Aug 18, 2019 at 12:50)
Trail Access Road
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emearg (Aug 18, 2019 at 12:50)
Trail Access Road
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alexvos (Jul 26, 2019 at 17:53)
Hard core action. On the brakes for suuuure. Probably a double black from erosion
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mandyw (Jun 3, 2019 at 11:24)
Hated this. Steep berms that are difficult to walk. Harder than b-line in Whistler Bike Park. Very dry and loose. Should be a black
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mandyw (Jun 3, 2019 at 11:24)
Hated this. Steep berms that are difficult to walk. Harder than b-line in Whistler Bike Park. Very dry and loose. Should be a black
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mandyw (Jun 3, 2019 at 11:24)
Hated this. Steep berms that are difficult to walk. Harder than b-line in Whistler Bike Park. Very dry and loose. Should be a black
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Al-Zeimer (Sep 27, 2018 at 9:58)
Very fun, but it is a double black due to erosion.
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Adamrideshisbike (Aug 12, 2018 at 16:35)
So much fun! Lots of great corners, small drops and some steep chutes. Rides well on a trail bike.
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nightrider76 (Aug 30, 2017 at 18:55)
Rode this in 2016, I would say it is an easy single-black trail.
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taouin FOSS (Aug 29, 2017 at 17:29)
This should be upgrade to a double black.
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kurt2 (Jul 24, 2017 at 14:57)
Trail Boondocker
Trees down at bottom of trail near jumps due to windstorm on July 23
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kurt2 (Jul 24, 2017 at 14:57)
Trail Boondocker
Trees down at bottom of trail near jumps due to windstorm on July 23
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kurt2 (Jul 24, 2017 at 14:57)
Trail Boondocker
Trees down at bottom of trail near jumps due to windstorm on July 23
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kurt2 (Jul 24, 2017 at 14:57)
Trail Boondocker
Trees down at bottom of trail near jumps due to windstorm on July 23
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kurt2 (Jul 24, 2017 at 14:57)
Trail Boondocker
Trees down at bottom of trail near jumps due to windstorm on July 23
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cdough (Jul 8, 2017 at 14:25)
Newer track= rough, dusty and a bit sketchy for a beginner/intermediate like me. I am very new to downhill riding with most of my experience coming from cross-country. Maybe after more use from other riders and a day of rain it would be more enjoyable.
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cdough (Jul 8, 2017 at 14:25)
Newer track= rough, dusty and a bit sketchy for a beginner/intermediate like me. I am very new to downhill riding with most of my experience coming from cross-country. Maybe after more use from other riders and a day of rain it would be more enjoyable.
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cdough (Jul 8, 2017 at 14:25)
Newer track= rough, dusty and a bit sketchy for a beginner/intermediate like me. I am very new to downhill riding with most of my experience coming from cross-country. Maybe after more use from other riders and a day of rain it would be more enjoyable.
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cdough (Jul 8, 2017 at 14:24)
Trail Man Quads
Very new track= rough, dusty and a bit sketchy for a beginner/intermediate like me. Maybe after more use from other riders and a day of rain it would be more enjoyable.
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JRB407 (Jun 9, 2017 at 13:48)
Trail Access Road
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JRB407 (Jun 9, 2017 at 13:48)
Trail Access Road
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ankhou (Apr 20, 2015 at 15:20)
Not sure why you would ride up this Wink
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pinkrobe CMBA (Sep 2, 2014 at 16:57)
ZOMG, one of the ****tiest climbs I've ever done. Just shuttle to Ultimate Frisby unless you're training for something.
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Route Sections

1 STAGE 2 // Ultimate Frisby
  • 1 mile distance
  • 178 ft climb
  • -2,001 ft descent
2 STAGE 3 // Iron Lotus
  • 2,968 ft distance
  • 99 ft climb
  • -656 ft descent
3 STAGE 4 // Rednecks Revenge > Road > Man Quads
  • 1 mile distance
  • 27 ft climb
  • -1,373 ft descent
4 STAGE 5 // Boondocker
  • 1 mile distance
  • 58 ft climb
  • -1,667 ft descent
5 STAGE 6 // Loggin Leftovers
  • 1 mile distance
  • 21 ft climb
  • -776 ft descent

Route POI

CheckpointM03 - Stage 2 Start - Top of Ultimate FrisbyCheckpoint
CheckpointM04 - Bottom of Stage 2 - Ultimate FrisbyCheckpoint
CheckpointM05 - Stage 3 - Top of Iron LotusCheckpoint
CheckpointM06 - End of Stage 3 - Iron LotusCheckpoint
CheckpointM07 - Start of Stage 4 - Rednecks RevengeCheckpoint
CheckpointM08 - Stage 4 - Rednecks Road CrossingCheckpoint
CheckpointM09 - Stage 4 - End of Man QuadsCheckpoint
CheckpointM10 - Stage 5 - Boondocker StartCheckpoint
CheckpointM11 - Stage 5 - Boondocker Access Rd CrossingCheckpoint
CheckpointM12 - Stage 5 - Boondocker Road CrossingCheckpoint
CheckpointM13 - Stage 5 - BoondockerCheckpoint
CheckpointM14 - Stage 5 Finish - Logging Leftovers/Boondocker bottomCheckpoint
CheckpointM15 - Stage 6 - Loggin' Leftovers TopCheckpoint
CheckpointM16 - Stage 5/6 - Loggin' Leftovers/Boondocker IntersectionCheckpoint
CheckpointM17 - Stage 6 Finish - Home RunCheckpoint
Water Fountain/SourceFood StationWater Fountain/Source
Aid StationFA05 - Top of Stage 1 - Ultimate FrisbyAid Station
Aid StationFA08 - Boulder Parking LotAid Station
Aid StationFA06 - Stage 3 Ultimate Frisby - Steep chute or cliff bandAid Station
Aid StationFA07 - Stage 2 Ultimate Frisby - Top of sustained steepsAid Station
Aid StationFA09 - Stages 3/4 - Top of Iron Lotus/RednecksAid Station
Aid StationF10 - Stage 3 - Iron Lotus first road crossingAid Station
Aid StationFA11 - Stage 4 - Rednecks - steep, loose hillAid Station
Aid StationFA12 - Stage 4 - Man Quads wood sectionsAid Station
Aid StationFA13 - Stage 5 - Top of BoondockerAid Station
Aid StationFA14 - Stage 5 - Boondocker - Hotdog hallway jumpsAid Station
Aid StationFA15 - Stage 5 - Top of Gravy BaconAid Station
Aid StationF16 - Stage 6 - Top of Loggin' LeftoversAid Station
Aid StationFA17 - Stage 6 - Loggin' Leftovers road crossingAid Station
Aid StationFA - Incident CommandAid Station

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  • Race Course
  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty rating
    Double Black Diamond
  • Route Type
    Point to Point
  • Bike type
    AM
  • Direction
    One Direction
  • Physical rating
    Extreme
More Stats for Revelstoke Day 2 // EWS Continental - Norco Canadian Enduro Series mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -426 ft
  • Altitude min
    1,511 ft
  • Altitude start
    1,952 ft
  • Altitude end
    1,526 ft
  • Grade
    -0.3%
  • Grade max
    -180.4%
  • Grade min
    49.5%
  • Distance climb
    16 miles
  • Distance down
    8 miles
  • Distance flat
    2,920 ft
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