Hwy 14 East Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

8
FIETS
16.2 mi
DISTANCE
4,409 ft
GAINED
5 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Bruce Hamilton, La Quinta, CA, USA; Stacy Topping, Tacoma, WA, USA

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We missed this one on our cycling trip to Wyoming. If anyone has photos and a summary of the climb, we would very much appreciate the contribution to johnson@perrylaw.net and john@pjammcycling.com.

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Cycling Hwy 14 East

The climb enters Bighorn National Forest (created 1897 - 1,100,000 acres)  at mile 5.5 and finishes at Cutler Hill, elevation 8,347’.

 

Enter the Bighorn National Forest at mile 5.5

Summary by PJAMM’s Bruce Hamilton.

This climb starts in Dayton, WY – close to Sheridan. It’s fairly isolated in central Wyoming but we were not disappointed. There are often afternoon thunderstorms in this area and we got hammered on our descent. This could be avoided by starting early. This one is not brutal by PJAMM standards but there is a long stretch of 7-8% climbing with no break. Starts in high prairie and ends in forest. Nice rock formations along the way. Beautiful descent with smooth road that would be a blast in dry weather.

Unobstructed views of the Great Plains from 9.5 miles and 6,500’

Thanks much Bruce . . and . . .