2.4
FIETS
5.6 mi
DISTANCE
1,539 ft
GAINED
5.2 %
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This 5.6 mile bike climb is located in VT, USA. The average gradient is 5.2% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,539 ft, finishing at 2,159 ft.

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Difficulty: Challenging
4
Road
3
Traffic
3
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Jul 7, 2022
difficulty: Challenging
scenery: 3
traffic: 3
road: 4
Jul 7, 2022
scenery: 3
traffic: 3
road: 4
So i did both Rochester Gaps the same day, made for around 2,800 Ft of good climbing! This is the harder section by far but the road quality feels better than Gap West. The last 1.5 miles are tough man, almost no shade with lots of sun and good amount of traffic on the day i did it with no shoulder really to ride on so you are on the road. Once it starts to kick up, there are two parts that are very steep and then a final long stretch prolly at 11%. The road descent was great and that's where you had the best views...I parked in Rochester in front of a church across from a park right near Bethel Mountain Road to do this climb.
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