Pacific Grade Summit East Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

3.8
FIETS
2.3 mi
DISTANCE
963 ft
GAINED
7.9 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Dan Razum, Campbell, CA, USA

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This 2.3 mile bike climb is located in Alpine County, California, USA. The average gradient is 7.9% and there is a total elevation gain of 963 ft, finishing at 8,020 ft.

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Cycling Pacific Summit

Ride 2.3 miles gaining 963’ at 7.9% average grade.

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Summary from PJAMM friend and contributor Dan Razum:

This is a fairly short climb but it packs a bit of a punch because the gradient is not uniform. Instead there are several steep sections, interspersed with shallower sections. It is difficult to get into a rhythm with the different slopes and it might be tempting to just power through the steep sections but slow and steady could be a better approach.

The road is narrow, not much wider than a single lane but it is in good condition, the pavement is  quite smooth.  Since there is little traffic, it is a safe climb.

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