Mount Battie Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

1.2
FIETS
1.6 mi
DISTANCE
574 ft
GAINED
6.8 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): John Summerson, The Complete Guide to Climbing (by Bike) 2nd Edition; (Cover photo) Bozena Maciaszczyk Jacek, Google

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2021 Tour de France

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This 1.6 mile bike climb is located in Knox County, Maine, USA. The average gradient is 6.8% and there is a total elevation gain of 574 ft, finishing at 762 ft.

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Cycling Mount Battie, Maine - view overlooking Maine Coast with low stone retaining wall in foreground, Sailboats in water,

Cycling Mount Battie, Maine

Photo: Lark Hotels

“The climb of Mount Battie is a short and sharp ascent on the Maine coast.  A short stretch of moderate climbing up from Route 1 leads to flat ground and the toll booth.  Turn left just beyond and soon the grade picks up as you ride through thick woods and little traffic most days.  There are two ramps of steeper grade to negotiate, the 2nd of which contains the maximum on the hill.  Near the top the slope eases up to a small parking area with excellent views of the coast and Atlantic Ocean.” (This quote is presented with the approval of John Summerson, from his book, The Complete Guide to Climbing (by Bike) in the Northeast, pg. 67.)