Storheia Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

4.7
FIETS
2.2 mi
DISTANCE
1,353 ft
GAINED
11.6 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Ard Oostra (ArdWorks), Switzerland

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This 2.2 mile bike climb is located in Hadsel Municipality, Nordland, Norway. The average gradient is 11.6% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,353 ft, finishing at 1,646 ft.

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CLIMB SUMMARY

Cycling Storheia, Loten Islands, Norway

Ride 3.6 kilometers gaining 412 meters at 11.6% average grade.

This climb will be included in the 2021 Viking Tour

This climb is very difficult with several sections approaching 20% and a full ½ kilometer averaging nearly 15%. The climb is located in the Trollheimen subrange of the  Scandinavia/European Arctic Range on Norway's Loten Islands.

Climb begins 3 kilometers north of Melbu on the Island of Hadseløya in the Loten Islands.

Melbu is home to the annual Sommer-Melbu, a festival celebrating literature and philosophy.

Thank you Ard Oostra, Montreux, Switzerland