Bani Horainrah Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

14.7
FIETS
11.9 mi
DISTANCE
5,263 ft
GAINED
8.4 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Ties Arts, Bussum, Netherlands

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This 11.9 mile bike climb is located in Al Bahah Province, Saudi Arabia. The average gradient is 8.4% and there is a total elevation gain of 5,263 ft, finishing at 7,532 ft.

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CLIMB SUMMARY

Cycling Bani Horairah - PJAMM Cyclist rides on flat portion of two-lane highway roadway, surrounded by rocky walls

Cycling Bani Horairah

Ride 12.2 miles gaining 5,581’ at 8.3% average grade (9.5% climb only).

This climb has it all - stunning views, good road, safe (at least on the weekend), and challenging.  Another unbelievable Asir Mountain Top 100 World bike climb.  

Cycling Bani Horairah - photo collage, roadway sign for Oilwah Descent, Al Thabat, Sadr al Mazawda, bike parked against road sign reading "No Entry For Truck", PJAMM Cyclist John Johnson stands with bike in roadway at the start of the climb, PJAMM Cycling logo in corner

Start of the climb.

Cycling Bani Horairah - photo collage, views along the climb, white house can be seen perched atop mountains in the distance, signifying end of climb

Look for the white house at the top - that’s where we ride to.

Cycling Bani Horairah - photo collage, views along the climb, views from the top looking down highlight mountain road carved into mountainside, switchback turns

This climb definitely has the WOW factor.

Cycling Bani Horairah - views along the climb, photo collage, mountain roadway carved into side of mountain, curves in two-lane highway roadway

What an amazing bike climb!

Cycling Bani Horairah - bike parked in rocky terrain on side of road, hairpin turns can be seen in distance center of photo

Set of hairpins center of photo.

Cycling Bani Horairah - PJAMM Cyclist climbs on steep segment of two-lane roadway, rocky mountain wall on roadside

There is no shortage of steep and epic roadway on this climb.

Cycling Bani Horairah - Garmin screen reads 21% at mile 5 and 21$ at mile 8.4

Extremely steep segments at mile five (left) and mile 8.4 (right).

Cycling Bani Horairah - Three Peaks mountain formation can be seen from the top 1/3 of the climb, blue sky, steep Asir Mountain terrain, PJAMM Cyclist climbs on two-lane mountain roadway 

Three Peaks - a unique mountain formation visible along the top third of the climb.

Cycling Bani Horairah - PJAMM Cyclist John Johnson stands with a Saudi Arabian man in front of a small mosque on the side of the road at mile 8 of climb

Mosque at mile eight - (Google Reviews).

Cycling Bani Horairah - photo collage, top of climb, PJAMM Cyclist stands with bike in roadway in front of roadsigns in Arabic, bike leans against iron gate open in roadway

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