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August 16, 2011

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paul Hopi

Matt i knew it ! you took a short cut ! It's a 102,000ftgain/loss.

Francine

Thank you everybody! If my daughters let me go, I'll try to join you saturday for the one loop...
I was very impressed by your 7-9K because I use to count meters!!!

Matt

no worries, John, b/c I have a plan to lower the course record this year. I call it the 2 loop plan!!!! And my figure of 98,000 was just an approximation (:

mikem

Francine, The up is probably 1700 feet to the top, with a couple of small ups and downs make it 2000 feet change to top. Another 2000 to bottom. Rougly 4K change total for each loop. This trail is much easier than Maunawili. You will fly. An easy 2:20 for you. Just follow somebody for the down as there are about a half dozen trail junctions. Have fun!

John

Don't listen to Matt.........he's the course record holder, but really embellishes everything (think brags). And he can't handle the distance any more!

The altitude gain is somewhere around 7-9K (I think)!

Matt

only 10 bucks...what a bargain!

PS: answer to previous question. 98,000 ft. gain/loss

Francine

Hello, can somebody tell me the total difference in altitude for this race?
Mahalo!

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