Hwy 32 (Chico) Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

3.1
FIETS
16.1 mi
DISTANCE
3,205 ft
GAINED
3.5 %
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2021 Tour de France

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O.k. – beware - Heavy traffic and no shoulder on parts of the climb and the majority of the traffic consists of big rigs, trucks towing boats, campers, etc. etc. – you get the picture.

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O.k. – beware - Heavy traffic and no shoulder on parts of the climb and the majority of the traffic consists of big rigs, trucks towing boats, campers, etc. etc. – you get the picture.  

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Not advisable, if you have climbing options, which you do!!  Cohasset Climb begins just a bit to the north and is much safer and more pleasant than this un.  

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Cohasset Climb - 11 miles south of the 32 climb start

Very little of this climb is shaded and it can get very hot in this area of California-it was an average of 95 degrees the day we climbed it.