#HIGHROCKCHALLENGE

Challenge yourself in 2019!

This year the Hanover Cyclers is challenging its club members to get out and climb! Bike to the top of High Rock Road W and take a selfie! Send the selfie to rides@hanovercyclers.org to enter, and keep an eye each month for a group ride to the top!

 

See below for the 5 ways to the top on the map!

 

Club members who complete at least 6 times this year will get a certificate of participation and the rider with the most times up will recieve a special gift at the club Christmas party! 

 

THE 2019 HIGH ROCK CHALLENGE CONCLUDES AT THE END OF NOVEMBER! GET YOUR SUMMITS IN NOW!
 

 

Challenge Leaderboard!

Jim Kappes

Current summits: 101

Jim has broken 100! Truly outstanding accomplishment for the season!

Congrats Jim!

Craig Murray

Current Summits: 15

Only 86 summits left to catch Jim and about 15 days to do it in! Hmmm...

 

Roger Altland

Current Summits: 13

Roger is still  neck and neck with Craig!

Mark Woerner

Current Summits: 5

Mark comes from behind to pass Bill to the number 4 spot!

High Rock Challenge 2019

Photos of our club riders at the top of High Rock!

5 Ways to the Top!

Challenge yourself to climb High Rock via one of the 5 different routes to the top!

Via High Rock Road N

Coming off Youngs Road, turn onto High Rock N. Steep grade at the very bottom, this way flattens out towards the top.

 

Challenge: Medium

Via Glatco Lodge Road

The easiest way - take Glatco Lodge Rd and make a left on Moulstown Rd at the end. Make another left onto High Rock N for the final short but steep climb!

Challenge: Easy to Medium

Via Moulstown Rd

Approaching from the North off Route 30, take Moulstown Rd going south and prepare for a long grinding climb past Maple Grove. Just when you want it to end, make a right on High Rock and climb more!

Challenge: Medium to Hard

Via Gnatstown Road

Take Gnatstown Road starting in Bunch Creek heading west. After a mile and a half you'll come to Moulstown Road, where you'll cross and make the final climb up the back of High Rock N!

Challenge: Hard 

Via Beaver Creek to High Rock W

This is possibly the hardest way to the top - and one of the most satisfying! Take Beaver Creek off of Maple Grove and make a left onto High Rock W. There is a short steep hill immediately, then it levels off a bit - until the last mind melting 18% (via Garmin) grade in the last eighth of a mile. No shame in walking!

Challenge: Very Hard!

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