Petersburgh Pass West Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

2.6
FIETS
3.7 mi
DISTANCE
1,281 ft
GAINED
6.6 %
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This 3.7 mile bike climb is located in Rensselaer County, New York, USA. The average gradient is 6.6% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,281 ft, finishing at 2,072 ft.

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Cycling Petersburg Pass West, New York

Photo: Taconic Hiking

“The west side of Petersburg Pass is a solid ascent that takes riders towards the state of Massachusetts.  An easy start as you ride east soon leads to more solid and steady grade.  The road twists a bit up the ridgeline as you ride with little traffic most of the time.  The last mile is over the most challenging grade and the climb ends at the big pullout on the right.  Massachusetts is just a short distance further east.” (This quote is provided with the approval of John Summerson from his book, The Complete Guide to Climbing (by Bike) in the Northeast, pg. 119.)