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This is for you climbers that are have human, half mountain goat!
While in Taiwan and hanging around the cycling community I would hear about this world renown climb up the Wuling Mountains. 53 miles that tops out at an elevation of 10,744 feet! Starting from sea level outside of East Taiwan’s coastal town of Hualien, a flat section of highway that leads to the base of the Taroko Gorge. From here on in it’s pretty much uphill for the next 53 miles. This climb is also an annual KOM Challenge that draws in riders worldwide. As if the climb itself isn’t challenging enough, the locals talk about the last two miles separating the climbers, from the CLIMBERS.
RoadBike Action Magazine article