Harrison Grade Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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FIETS
1.5 mi
DISTANCE
444 ft
GAINED
5.6 %
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This is a brief yet popular climb that is often used by cyclists to traverse from Green Valley Road (Graton area) to Occidental and onto Coleman Valley Road and points west. We are well shaded along this route during the summers as the thick trees surrounding us along the climb also create a branch shade canopy for most of the climb.

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This is a brief yet popular climb that is often used by cyclists to traverse from Green Valley Road (Graton area) to Occidental and onto Coleman Valley Road and points west.  We are well shaded along this route during the summers as the thick trees surrounding us along the climb also create a branch shade canopy for most of the climb.  The roadway is narrow, but there is mild traffic here and the vehicles we do encounter most often are traveling at slow speeds and are respectful of cyclists.

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