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== '''Reference''' == == '''Reference''' ==
*Wikipedia ''Ski trail ratings'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpine_skiing] *Wikipedia ''Ski trail ratings'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpine_skiing]

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Green circle Easiest The easiest slopes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed, typically with slope Gradients ranging from 6% to 25% (a 100% slope is a 45 degree angle).
Green circle Easiest The easiest slopes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed, typically with slope Gradients ranging from 6% to 25% (a 100% slope is a 45 degree angle).

Green circle Easiest The easiest slopes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed, typically with slope Gradients ranging from 6% to 25% (a 100% slope is a 45 degree angle).


Also see

Trail designation system

Reference

  • Wikipedia Ski trail ratings [1]

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