1.2
FIETS
1.2 mi
DISTANCE
490 ft
GAINED
8.1 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): John Summerson, The Complete Guide to Climbing (by Bike) in the Northeast.

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This 1.2 mile bike climb is located in NH, USA. The average gradient is 8.1% and there is a total elevation gain of 490 ft, finishing at 1,459 ft.

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Difficulty: Challenging
3
Road
5
Traffic
2
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Nov 21, 2022
difficulty: Challenging
scenery: 2
traffic: 5
road: 3
Nov 21, 2022
scenery: 2
traffic: 5
road: 3
So I combined this road with both Methodist Hill Road North and Methodist Hill Road West and it amounted to a little under 2,600 ft of climbing! This road is the longest climb of the three and more notably, near the start of the climb, there are warning signs for Bears!! This road definitely had the longest sustained climb of the 3. It was tough esp after doing the other 2 first and on a hot day! Not much traffic here or any views really
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