Weston hill Bath

Weston hill / Lansdown Lane, Bath

A tough climb from the suburb of Weston (north west Bath) towards the top of Lansdown hill. Lansdown hill was the site of a battle in 1643.

Lansdown hill – Derek Lily
  • Location: Bath, South West
  • Distance: 1.8 km
  • Average gradient: 9%
  • Maximum gradient: 18%
  • Height gain. 165m
  • 100 climbs: #2
  • Cheddar Gorge, Strava
  • Everesting? – 54 * 3.6 km = 194km (121 miles)



1983 National hill climb championship

The 1983 National hill climb was held on Weston Hill. The only detail I have is that it was won by Darryl Webster (Manchester Wh) with Mark Noble 2nd. The course was on closed roads and lasted for 1066 yards.

Photo from Cycling Weekly



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