La Porte Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

7
FIETS
5.8 mi
DISTANCE
2,459 ft
GAINED
8.1 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Joey Galloway, Exeter, CA.

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This 5.8 mile bike climb is located in CA, USA. The average gradient is 8.1% and there is a total elevation gain of 2,459 ft, finishing at 6,560 ft.

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Difficulty: Strenuous
5
Road
3
Traffic
5
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32 POIs
ROUTE STATS (TOTAL)
245.7
mi
DISTANCE
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ft
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Apr 1, 2024
difficulty: Strenuous
scenery: 5
traffic: 3
road: 5
Apr 1, 2024
scenery: 5
traffic: 3
road: 5
The wife and I did this ride in the fall of 2023 riding from La Porte to where the paved road bottoms out by the double bridges headed towards Quincy. The climb back was a real challenge as I took numerous breaks. Admittedly I was not having a good cycling day but this route would be tough regardless! The biggest challenge however is choosing a day to ride. Mid week there is logging truck traffic that is very dangerous while weekends has an influx of campers and such. I think weekends are the safest. If you ride the route we did, it's about 40 miles RT with NO place to resupply anything so bring extra water. Other than the occasional scary traffic, this is actually a beautiful ride.
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