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Oscheniksee 2,394m / July 2021
The toughest road bike climb in the Alps overcomes more than 1,200 metres of altitude gain on only nine kilometres: Almost 50 switchbacks with an average grade of 13% - brutal fun for freaks!
Oscheniksee 2,394m / July 2021
The toughest road bike climb in the Alps overcomes more than 1,200 metres of altitude gain on only nine kilometres!


Hochwurtenspeicher 2,422m / July 2021

The steep road bike climb up to the Hochwurten reservoir at the Mölltal Glacier is gruelling, but also scenic and very diversified.


Hochwurtenspeicher 2,422m / July 2021

The very demanding way up to the reservoir at the Mölltal Glacier is gruelling.

Großsee 2,414m / July 2021
The third of the massive asphalt climbs up to the Carinthian reservoirs - 1,400 metres of altitude gain with a gradient of more than 9%.


Großsee 2,414m / July 2021

Another of the massive asphalt climbs in Carinthia - 1,400 metres of elevation gain with a gradient of more than 9%.

   World's highest climbs

Overview of all continents
Followed-up since August 2008

Both the Asian Himalayas and the South American Andes have several climbs leading to altitudes of more than 5,000 meters. And other mountain ranges such as the North American Rocky Mountains or the European Alps also provide very challenging high-altitude rides for uphill cycling enthusiacs.

Uturuncu (Bolivia) 5,768m
November 2013

The highest road in the world leads at Bolivian volcano Uturuncu to a maximum elevation of some 5,770 meters. If you want to conquer Uturuncu you have to overcome a sandy and rocky 10% slope. Due to its outrageous altitude this is the ultimate climb for any high-altitude cyclist - the Everest of cycling!




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