Purau Port Levy Rd (From Purau) Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

3.7
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3.1 mi
DISTANCE
1,406 ft
GAINED
8.5 %
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This 3.1 mile bike climb is located in Canterbury, New Zealand. The average gradient is 8.5% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,406 ft, finishing at 1,421 ft.

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Climb summary by PJAMM’s Brad Butterfield.

If you’re so inclined, you can dip a wheel into the bay water before starting the ascent. The climb starts at the beach in the small town of Diamond Harbor. There was almost no life to speak of around town on the morning that I rode. A good hour outside of Christchurhc, I think you can reliably expect to have the road nearly all to yourself on any given day. Passing a few farms and Bed and Breakfast spots on the outskirts of town, the climb gently begins pitching up in grade. Once out of town the gradient locks into the double digits as the road carves its way up the side of the steep mountain. It is a very narrow road with a steep dropoff. On a clear day you’ll have views of the bay below.