San Simio-Galliciano Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

9.1
FIETS
5.8 mi
DISTANCE
3,042 ft
GAINED
9.9 %
AVG. GRADE

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Page Contributor(s): Bruce Hamilton and Stacy Topping, Midway, Utah

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This 5.8 mile bike climb is located in Calabria, Italy. The average gradient is 9.9% and there is a total elevation gain of 3,042 ft, finishing at 3,718 ft.

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Cycling San Simio Galliciano

Ride 9.4 kilometers gaining 927 meters at 9.9% average grade.

Climb summary by PJAMM ambassador Bruce Hamilton, Midway, Utah.

This climb starts at the bridge crossing inland a few kilometers from the village of San Carlo. San Carlo sits alongside a gorge with a river and the road to get to this climb goes along the river climbing slowly to the bridge. Once you cross the bridge the road goes away from the river and climbs up to a ridge. Views all along this ride are great as you can look back down and the river canyon. Very remote and there were few cars or people around. This climb can lead you to the Roghudi climbs and can all be done together in the same ride.

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