Warren Glen Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

0.9
FIETS
1.9 mi
DISTANCE
584 ft
GAINED
5.6 %
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Page Contributor(s): Dan Razum, San Jose, CA; Patrick Merrill, South Bound Brook, NJ, USA

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This 1.9 mile bike climb is located in NJ, USA. The average gradient is 5.6% and there is a total elevation gain of 584 ft, finishing at 739 ft.

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CLIMB SUMMARY

Cycling Warren Glen

Ride 1.9 miles gaining 584’ at 5.6% average grade (7.2% climb only)

Climb summary by PJAMM ambassador Dan Razum.

The climb starts at the bridge over the Musconetcong river on route 519.  

There is significantly more traffic on this road than on other climbs nearby, it is a main road. But also, the roadway is significantly wider than other nearby climbs.  There isn't any shoulder at the start of this climb but within a couple of minutes riding there is a wide shoulder that lasts the rest of the climb.  So the climb still felt safe, despite more cars than on the smaller roads.

The bulk of the climbing takes place in the first 3/4 mile.  It is fairly steep, averaging about 10% in this section.  But with a wide shoulder and gentle curves it doesn't feel too bad.  Soon after starting the climb we pass Dennis Road on the left which, on the map, looks like a possible smaller road to avoid  some traffic. Unfortunately, Dennis Road is only paved at the top section, the bottom section is dirt and a bit rough to climb with a road bike.

After intersection with the top of Dennis Road, there is a downhill section.

After passing Dennis Road again in the second half of the climb there is a short downhill section before the final half mile of climbing.  The top is at an intersection with a gas station on the left.

Top of climb.