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The distance and total elevation gain changes from one year to another.
There is a 163 meter elevation gain and loss through the course.
Expect some roots and rocks with very little elevation gain.
The elevation gain compared to the main range is approximately 60 m.
All the climbs are difficult due to the considerable elevation gain.
Moderate - Well defined with good walking surface, some elevation gain.
The hike is 7.5 miles each direction with around a mile of total elevation gain.
The elevation gain is 9,000 feet over eight miles via the easiest route.
Six miles a day with elevation gain is a "beat-out."
• How far do I want to travel each day, considering both distance and elevation gain?
Most of the elevation gain takes place within the first couple of kilometers.
Any route requires well over in of elevation gain.
In fact, one can travel through all 5 ecological regions with an elevation gain of only 275 metres!
While the trip is nearly an eight mile walk involving more than 2000 feet of elevation gain, many find its views well worth the effort.
Difficulty: Moderate, with about a 600-foot elevation gain and rocky trail.
The course is shaped like a lollipop, with a total elevation gain of several thousand feet.
Climbing and mountaineering skills required, longer days, significant daily elevation gains.
Elevation gain is noticeable, but comes at a slight though steady pace.
It has an elevation gain of 10,000 metres and is widely regarded as the most difficult foot race in Europe.
Regardless of the season, the temperature will fall about 1°C for every 200m of elevation gain.
This hike can be considered difficult because of the elevation gain and necessary boulder hopping.
The overall elevation gain isn't great but climbing at high altitude makes the trail more demanding.
Be ready for a challenge as some of the trails include steeper terrain and significant elevation gains.
Includes length of trail, hiking time, elevation gain and trailhead access.
To accommodate elevation gains, the locomotive is at the head of trains heading away from Washington.