Distance & Elevation Gain
Unless specifically noted otherwise, MILES indicates total distance (including the return half of out-and-back routes) and FEET indicates total accumulated elevation gain. Together, these figures are a good general measure of an adventure's difficulty.
Also note that elevation profiles illustrate the entire distance for loops, but only the 'out' half of out-and-back routes.
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