Benbradagh from Dungiven

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Elevation profile Benbradagh from Dungiven
Elevation profile Benbradagh from Dungiven
Elevation profile Benbradagh from Dungiven
376
difficulty points
9.8%
avg. gradient
20.9%
steepest 100 meters
3km
length
298m
total ascent

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Benbradagh from Dungiven is a climb in the region Northern Ireland. It is 3km long and bridges 298 vertical meters with an average gradient of 9.8%, resulting in a difficulty score of 376. The top of the ascent is located at 413 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews of this climb and uploaded 2 photos.

Road name: Curragh Road

4.0 by IrishAL_0
This is one of the must do climbs in the area, regularly used for the Cycling Ulster Hill Climbing Championship. Famous for its c.20% sector around two-thirds of the way up, its a tough one but the views are excellent on a good day. Road condition is suitable for road bikes.... read more
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Benbradagh from Dungiven
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Statistics

Benbradagh from Dungiven
This climb
Northern Ireland
49 climbs
Europe
46385 climbs
Difficulty points
376
rank
2
3% easier than
Benbradagh from Scriggan
rank
6336
Average gradient
9.8%
rank
4
18% less steep than
The Cornmill from Magheraconluce
rank
2805
67% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
3km
rank
25
63% shorter than
Coyles Hill from Rostrevor
rank
18363
Total ascent
298m
rank
6
29% less ascent than
Slieve Gallion from Moneymore
rank
11236

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:26:05
11 km/h 00:16:36
15 km/h 00:12:10
19 km/h 00:09:36

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Reviews (2)

IrishAL_0
6 d 4.0

This is one of the must do climbs in the area, regularly used for the Cycling Ulster Hill Climbing Championship. Famous for its c.20% sector around two-thirds of the way up, its a tough one but the views are excellent on a good day. Road condition is suitable for road bikes.

THEBROCKAS
12 Mo 5.0

Stunning area in general, a road can be taken for the drive to the top as well as challenging walks for climbers.

Benbradagh from Dungiven
Benbradagh from Dungiven