The Saddleworth Moor is situated in West Yorkshire.
Starting from Greenfield,
the Saddleworth Moor ascent is 7 km long. Over this distance, you climb 332 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 4.7 %.
Stories, information and comments from Saddleworth Moor climbers
Story by Riccardo Ricco from , Italy, submitted on 14/03/2010
I rode this climb whilst serving my ban for CERA use. Best climb in the Derneyshire area, I think so. Truely alpine
My personal climb rating:
Story by Alastair Dent from , United Kingdom, submitted on 10/03/2008
I rode this route, from holmfirth to greenfield in the morning, greenfield to holmfirth at night, 5 days a week for 18 months. Summer, winter, rain or snow. It is one of the bleakest routes in the UK, and has the greatest views of any. It is best ridden from the holmfirth direction, then you reach the peak above a winding valley and reservoirs, freewheeling at 50kph for 5 km down into the valley.