2.5
FIETS
5.7 mi
DISTANCE
1,315 ft
GAINED
4.3 %
AVG. GRADE

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This 5.7 mile bike climb is located in Salt Lake County, Utah, USA. The average gradient is 4.3% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,315 ft, finishing at 6,008 ft.

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Difficulty: Moderate
2.5
Road
5
Traffic
3
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Sep 28, 2021
difficulty: Moderate
scenery: 4
traffic: 5
road: 3
Sep 28, 2021
scenery: 4
traffic: 5
road: 3
Short , moderate climb with some steeper sections up top. Closed to cars on odd days, so you'll only have to contend with pedestrians and other cyclists. Pedestrians thin out past mile 1 or 2. The road narrows after mile 3 (past the water treatment plant) and plunges you deep into alpine forest. Really pretty!
Jul 20, 2021
difficulty: Moderate
scenery: 2
traffic: 5
road: 2
Jul 20, 2021
scenery: 2
traffic: 5
road: 2
Not a terribly difficult climb, but you will get a little kick at the end. The road gets pretty narrow and crappy towards the end, which isn’t a problem going up so much as coming back down. The road is open to cars on even days and to cyclists on odd days, which means there is NO traffic, just a lot of pedestrians and cyclists to watch out for. Not incredible views, but the canyon definitely doesn’t look ugly. This would be a good climb if you don’t have a ton of time to spare, but want to get a decent workout in.
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