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FIETS
2.8 mi
DISTANCE
755 ft
GAINED
4.7 %
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This 2.8 mile bike climb is located in Washington County, Vermont, USA. The average gradient is 4.7% and there is a total elevation gain of 755 ft, finishing at 1,521 ft.

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Difficulty: Moderate
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Road
2
Traffic
4
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Oct 28, 2021
difficulty: Moderate
scenery: 4
traffic: 2
road: 4
Oct 28, 2021
scenery: 4
traffic: 2
road: 4
This starts off with a couple very short steep segments. The crux of this short climb is in in the middle there’s a 0.2 segment that’s around 11%, but really that’s the end of the hard climbing. This section is also before where they were doing road construction. Traffic was really busy on the road when I did it—however the closer you get to Sugar Ski Resort the less traffic it felt like. The road quality was in great shape, so it was a good descent. There was some construction being done on a small section around the midway point but half the road was open to 1 lane for that brief segment. The scenery had some decent views in the Fall and was pleasant at the base of Sugarbush!
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