Posted on Feb 23, 2015 at 14:40 PM
A simple climb to look at that hugs a dry stone wall of a field but appearances can be deceptive and this is certainly the case with this climb. Aim to tackle this one in a dry spell as water sits under the green grass surface reducing traction and slowing momentum. The profile of the climb covers 0.7 miles with an average gradient of 6.9% and a maximum of 10.6% giving this climb a hard (red) status.
Hard climbs will feature a constant level of difficulty or feature a technically difficult section. Climbs of this nature are likely to feature terrain with a gradient between 5 and 10%. This type of climb will really challenge new cyclists and require regular cyclists to increase their efforts to successfully complete this type of climb. The majority of the climbs in the Calderdale area are hard – Red.
Distance: 1.12 km