Appalachian Gap East Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

Appalachian Gap East


A steep climb with gorgeous surroundings during fall colors.

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Climb Summary

Cycling Appalachian Gap East

Ride 2.9 miles gaining 1,239’ at 8.3% average grade.

This is a short but challenging bike climb that ranks as the 8th most difficult in Vermont. Appalachian Gap is located in Vermont’s Green Mountains and finishes at the southern tip of Camel's Hump State Park.

Of course they built a ski resort just below Appalachian Gap - it’s 2,000’ of vertical drop ranks #14 in New England and Ski Magazine ranked it as the most challenging ski mountain in Eastern North America:

“Let's face it, you don't go to Mad River unless you are hard core. Come for the challenging terrain, stay for the challenging terrain.”  

Climb finish.

That’s a wrap!!