Climb is basically a series of steps varying from 10-22%, punctuated by false flats of 0-8%, where one can recover. Basically an old farming road with a grass strip down the middle. Sheep seem to use the road as a toilet, which can make grip problematic.
The Priest Leap (Coomhola Bridge) is situated in Cork.
Starting from Mill Little - Coomhola Bridge,
the Priest Leap (Coomhola Bridge) ascent is 5.5 km long. Over this distance, you climb 443 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 8 %.
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