This climb rises approx. 1100m in 17km. The climb is split by a 3km descent to the halfway mark. The road is mainly winding but with several steep and sharp bends in the first and last few kms. The average gradient is 12% to 20%. This climb regulalry features in the annual Tour De Langkawi and although little-known, it is considered to be one of the toughest climbs in pro cycling.
The Genting-Highlands is situated in South East Asia
and belongs to the
Starting from Genting Sempah,
the Genting-Highlands ascent is 19.6 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1093 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 5.5 %.
The maximum slope is 12 %.
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