- Begins in:
- Paia, HI, United States
- Haleakala is simultaneously the longest paved continuous climb in the world as well as the shortest ascent from sea level to 10,000 feet in the world. Though not terribly steep, this is a long, grinding climb that will reduce a strong rider to a whimpering lump. The climb is 60km long a an average of 6% with two pitches as steep as 17%.
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