Start at Saltersford Hall Farm and for 0.5km, its 8-14% for a bit. Next, you hit Jenkin Chapel and you turn right. This bit is 2.3% and the easiest part. After this, it doesnt really go below 5%. The next part is hard - it goes up quite quickly to 20% for a few short stretches, with 15% bits inbetween. The road is very narrow in parts. Next, you hit a left turn which is where you need to up the power a bit to stay moving, but save energy for the next right turn which is 22%. Finally, it levels out at about 18% before brutally ramping up to between 22.5%-24.6% for what seems like forever. There is then a false flat which is actually about 5-8% up to the very top of the climb.
The Pym Chair is situated in Cheshire. This climb belongs to the Peak District.
Starting from Saltersford,
the Pym Chair ascent is 1.57 km long. Over this distance, you climb 162 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 10.3 %.
The maximum slope is 24.6 %.
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