1.7
FIETS
1.8 mi
DISTANCE
739 ft
GAINED
7.3 %
AVG. GRADE

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This 1.8 mile bike climb is located in GA, USA. The average gradient is 7.3% and there is a total elevation gain of 739 ft, finishing at 1,491 ft.

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Difficulty: Challenging
4
Road
3
Traffic
2
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Smoky Mountain National Park
United States (NC,TN)
17 ROUTES
31 POIs
ROUTE STATS (TOTAL)
181.8
mi
DISTANCE
34,253
ft
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Jul 2, 2023
difficulty: Challenging
scenery: 2
traffic: 3
road: 4
Jul 2, 2023
scenery: 2
traffic: 3
road: 4
There are a few very steep sections of this climb although it probably wouldnt have been that bad if it hadnt been over 90 degrees out. The worst part about this climb is that the cars drive fast up and down this road, there is no shoulder, the shoulder line is a continuous and aggressive rumble strip, and to top it off the center double line is also a continuous rumble strip!! So cars have to drive over the rumble strip to safely pass you. I was not comfortable and I will not be back. I checked the box and moving on. Upside: I hit 49mph on the downhill
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