20.9 rolling miles with 886 feet of elevation gain. You will ride through downtown LaGrange right alongside railroad tracks. We do have trains that run right through Main Street, so be careful!!! After passing through town you will find yourself out in lush greenery as you near your Rest Stop at mile 14.2. Enjoy Acorn Lane Farm (farm animals, gardens): the music and home baked cookies before heading uphill to finish another 6 miles back to Yew Dell Botanical Gardens.
37.8 miles with 2140 feet of elevation gain. You will ride through downtown LaGrange right alongside railroad tracks. We do have trains that run right through Main Street, so be careful!!! Then the rolling hills begin as you reach the Bluegrass Parkway and the horse community of L’Esprit. Circle Bar C Ranch (Barrel Racing) is your first rest stop at mile 16.3. The rolling hills keep going as you approach the second rest stop at mile 27.2. Enjoy the music and home baked cookies at Acorn Lane Farm, where you'll find farm animals and gardens. You have a few hills to climb when you reach Cedar Point and New Cut roads. The payoff is the stretch down Glen Arm Road where you just might spot a llama or two and a dairy farm. From there it’s a short trip to Yew Dell Botanical Gardens where lunch awaits your arrival.
51.9 miles with 2,909 feet of elevation gain. This is the 37.8 route, adding an out-and-back to Hermitage Farm. After climbing up New Cut/Halls Hill Road – instead of turning left onto Glen Arm – you will continue to KY 1694. This is a beautiful lush green road that is a gradual one mile climb to Hwy 42 and the Hermitage Farm. This farm has an annual Carriage Driving competition. It also boasts a large state-of-the-art greenhouse that supplies the Barn 8 restaurant with fresh produce. All food is locally sourced for this one-of-a-kind restaurant. Hermitage has a gift shop and produce shop. Take a look around. The entrance to this farm is photo worthy!!! Retrace your route and continue along Glen Arm Road where you will pass a few llamas, pigs, goats and maybe a few other surprises! There is also a dairy farm on this road. Then it’s back to Yew Dell Botanical Gardens for lunch and touring the gardens and trails.
62.1-Mile (100k) Route
63.6 miles with 3,759 feet of elevation gain. This is our longest route and encompasses all that you see on our shorter routes. Circle Bar C Ranch at mile 16.3, Acorn Lane Farm at mile 31.2, Hermitage Farm at mile 43.3 and Chestnut Hall at mile 52.4. (Chestnut Hall is a retired thoroughbred racehorse sanctuary). You will have a short steep hill to climb on Halls Hill followed by a one mile gradual climb on KY 1694. You will climb on Goshen Road at mile 45 but will be rewarded with a steep narrow downhill with a 90 degree turn at the bottom at mile 47.8. Roll along Rose Island Road until you reach Mayo Lane. This is a 2.3 mile narrow road that leads uphill to your last rest stop at Chestnut Hall. Once you leave the rest stop and onto Locke Lane, be prepared to stop at the bottom of the hill. You’ll see our caution signs! Then you are climbing up a beautiful section of Covered Bridge Road that flattens out and passes Fox Hollow Farm. Then it’s up a small hill to turn left onto Halls Hill that leads to Glen Arm Road. Enjoy this road. You might see a pig, goat, llama and a few other surprises! There is also a dairy farm on this road. Then it’s back to Yew Dell Botanical Gardens for lunch and exploring the trails and gardens.
Ride with GPS Links
How to Use the OKHT Ride with GPS
Once you have joined an event using your Ride with GPS account, you can navigate the event courses using the mobile app. Your event and routes will already be synced to your account.
To navigate a route:
You can download your Ride with GPS event routes for use offline to save your phone battery and/or avoid using data while riding. To download maps for use offline, tap the Save button on the bottom row of the route preview screen, then tap Download for Offline. It may take a few minutes to download. This works best when connected to a wifi network. Once your download is complete, you will have full access to that route and map even when you are not connected to a cellular network or wifi.
While viewing an event page in the app, you can download all the routes associated with the event with one tap rather than having select each route individually.
When you sign up for an event that uses Ride with GPS maps and navigation, the event organizer will provide you with an auto-approval link you can use to RSVP to the event, syncing the event with your account and unlocking free navigation features for your event routes.
Once you click the link, you will be asked to sign up if you are new to Ride with GPS or sign in if you already have a Ride with GPS account. The event will automatically be synced to your account and available both on the mobile app and online.
Once you have clicked the auto-approval link and signed in to your Ride with GPS account, you will see confirmation that you have been added to the event.
When accessing the Ride with GPS website, you’ll find your event listed under the Events section of your dashboard.
You can create and print PDF files of your event route maps and cue sheets. Click the name of any event route to view it. You will see a link to print PDF maps and cue sheets in the right side panel.
From your event page, select the route you’d like to export from the route list, then click Go to Route.
When viewing your event routes, click More on the left panel, then Export as File. Choose your desired file type and click Download File. Learn more about exporting routes to your Garmin.
When viewing your event routes, click the PIN button on the left panel. This will pin the route to your account and allow you to sync the route to your device. Learn more about syncing your routes to your Wahoo device.
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