Cycling Egger Alm Möderndorf

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Egger Alm - Möderndorf

Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 8.3 %

Length: 10 km

Altitude start: 579 m

Altitude top: 1410 m

Ascent: 831 m

Egger Alm rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 1604 (all)
Ranking Austria: 98 (all)
Ranking Alps: 596(all)
Difficulty score: 99.75 what?

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The Egger Alm is situated in Carinthia. This climb belongs to the Alps. Starting from Möderndorf, the Egger Alm ascent is 10 km long. Over this distance, you climb 831 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 8.3 %.

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Story by Colin Sinclair from York, United Kingdom, submitted on 03/09/2010
There is a massed start race every year in the first weekend of August. Ive done it a number of years now and will be doing so again this summer. I will post a story to follow on the climb and the race.
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