Encinal Canyon Road Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

2.4
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5.1 mi
DISTANCE
1,462 ft
GAINED
5.4 %
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This 5.1 mile bike climb is located in Los Angeles County, California, USA. The average gradient is 5.4% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,462 ft, finishing at 1,642 ft.

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CLIMB SUMMARY

Cycling Encinal Canyon Road

Ride 4.9 miles gaining 1,420’ at 5.5% average grade.

Encinal Canyon is a very scenic bike climb with wonderful views of the Pacific Ocean as we climb northerly up the canyon away from the Pacific Ocean and PCH.

Climb begins in Malibu by riding up Encinal Canyon Road from Pacific Coast Highway.

This climb has a consistent grade that rarely strays beyond the bounds of 4-7% - the steepest ½ mile segment is 6.7%.

Photos along the first quarter mile of the ride.

The Pacific Ocean and Encinal Bluffs are to our left.

Views along the first one half of the climb.

Charmlee Wilderness Park - “Located on over 532 acres within the best of the Santa Monica Mountains Coastal Slope Environment, the park includes over eight miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, native plants, and a nature center.”  

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That’s a wrap!!