Snowy Range Pass East Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

6.1
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12 mi
DISTANCE
2,927 ft
GAINED
4.5 %
AVG. GRADE

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This climb starts in the small town of Centennial about 25 miles west of Laramie, Wyoming. This is a notoriously windy area and the day I rode was no exception. Centennial is a hardy, windswept, cowboy town at 8000 feet and on the leeward side of the Snowy Mountain Range and the locals say it is always windy. It does snow a lot in the Snowy Mountains but they are named as they are because the mountains are a light grey color and they look like there is snow on them even in the summer. Centennial is in what is best described as rolling prairie. Just a couple of miles out of town I entered the forest and this time of year (third week of September) the forest included aspen trees with gold leaves. 

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