A long steady climb, Llangydir mountain climbs up an exposed mountain side. Towards the top, there is a false flat before the final push for the line. On a clear day, it affords wonderful views, but it can also become easily exposed to the elements. It often features in the Junior Tour of Wales. KOM set by James Knox in 2013.
Details of the climb
- Location: Llangynidr, S.E. Wales.
- Distance: 3.64 miles
- Average gradient: 7%
- Maximum gradient: 16%
- Height gain 1,310 ft / 400m
- 100 climbs: 94
- Strava segment
- Everesting = 8848/400 – 22 ascents – 161km.
- KOM: 15.22 – 14.2 mph
- QOM: 21.30 –
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