Forrest Gump Hill Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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0.9 mi
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192 ft
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4.1 %
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Not a hard climb by any means, but a must-ride if you're in Oljato-Monument Valley. 

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The roadway is pristine.  Cars drive at highway speeds, but you can see them coming for (literally) miles up the road, and odds are there will be a dozen other people standing in the road taking photos here. 
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If you're going to do this climb, don't miss out on the chance to spend the entire day Oljato-Monument Valley! 

Food recommendation: The Blue Coffee Pot

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CLIMB SUMMARY

Monument Valley is a tribal park located within the Navajo Nation, on the border of northern Arizona and southern Utah.

Monument Valley was introduced into popular culture by John Wayne and John Ford in the 1930s and 1940s.

        

This famous overlook is known as "John Ford Point"

With miles and miles of scenic open roads, the park is a great place to spend a day on your bike!

Some of the movies filmed in Monument Valley are: Stagecoach (1939), She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949), The Searchers (1956), Back to the Future 3 (1990), and HBO's Westworld (2016-pres)

Keep your eyes open and you could spot a wild horse - they can be seen all around the park!

It doesn't get more iconic American west than this!