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White Hall Millington Gravel Ride

November 20 @ 10:00 am

This is a pleasant ride in varied terrain. Very early in the route there is a short steep descent at mile 1.5 on Jones Mill Rd and then at mile 1.9 a steep climb. Look for the Monastery at mile 17.5 on Clark Rd, home of the “Cheese Nuns”.  At mile 23.3 there is a 1.2 mile climb on Tilman Rd. (paved). Also paved at mile 28.3 there is a steep descent on Gillums Ridge Rd that ends at US-250; use caution.

Start location:   GPS: 38.071645, -78.651294

Distance: 30 miles
Climbing: 85 feet per mile


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November 20
10:00 am
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Start Location

Beaver Creek Park
SR 680 and Beaver Creek Park
Charlottesville, VA 22968
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  • Johanna Claasen


    I’m layering up and going!

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    Izzie McGregor-Crane


    A bit too chilly and windy. I won’t make it

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    Izzie McGregor-Crane


    I’ll try to be there

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