This page provides a summary for cycling and climbing by bike the top climbs in Idaho. Biking up some of the best climbs in Idaho, including 1. Mt. Harrison, 2. East Green Valley Road, 3. White Bird Hill, 4. Bogus Basin, 5. Schweitzer Mt. Road, 6. White Bird Summit, 7. Teton Pass West, 8. Ponderosa Pine Scenic Drive, 9. Galena Pass West, and 10. Galena Pass East. This page contains the top bike climbs in Idaho. Cycling, riding and climbing the top, most difficult, hardest, challenging, extreme, best, scenic, inspiring, bucket list climbs in Idaho.
These climbs can be viewed via the map below (scroll in to view climbs in particular areas), by a detailed list of the climbs that can be arranged by difficulty, distance (longest climbs in the area), altitude gained, highest elevation (highest summit), average grade (sort the grades by varying distances), lowest start point, etc.
Mt. Harrison takes ALL the prizes in Idaho - it is the hardest, longest and highest bike climb in the state.
Cycling Mt. Harrison - Idaho’s most difficult bike climb (viewpoint at top)
Ride 14.6 miles gaining 4,383’ to elevation 9,238 at 5.6% average grade.
Lake Cleveland comes into view around mile 12.7
During the spring and fall, beware snow at higher levels.
Above - both photos taken September 27, 2017 (photo right near the top).
View back to the north from the top.