1.8
FIETS
2.5 mi
DISTANCE
883 ft
GAINED
6.7 %
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This 2.5 mile bike climb is located in MD, USA. The average gradient is 6.7% and there is a total elevation gain of 883 ft, finishing at 1,582 ft.

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Difficulty: Challenging
4
Road
5
Traffic
3
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Feb 13, 2022
difficulty: Challenging
scenery: 3
traffic: 5
road: 3
Feb 13, 2022
scenery: 3
traffic: 5
road: 3
The fishers section was good clean asphalt. The highland section was gritty chipseal; no problem climbing but be careful descending
Jul 8, 2021
difficulty: Challenging
scenery: 3
traffic: 5
road: 5
Jul 8, 2021
scenery: 3
traffic: 5
road: 5
This is one of the main alternatives to Coxey Brown, and I find this climb to be more fun as well. It's prettier and although easier it never fails to offer enough of a challenge. The road kicks up for a steep ramp after passing a lone house on the right to start turning on the hurt, and then it stair steps its way to the top of that portion. If you're going for a PB or KOM here, you need to keep just enough in reserve on Fishers Hollow for steadier but still reasonably steep climbing on Highland School Rd.
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