Curraghmore Climb N-S

Posted: February 10, 2015 · By: Donnacha Clifford · Comments: 0
Under: Tralee
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Known locally as Tralee Mountain this climb is a stalwart with many local cyclists. It is a mere category 3 but can challenge even those that cycle it regularly. The climb begins when heading in the direction of Castlemaine from Tralee and after a long straight begins quite swiftly with a left hand turn. It’s a modest gradient that mostly remains consistent throughout the climb however there are subtle shifts particularly after the two hairpin turns. The views of Tralee and North Kerry on your left as you ascend can be spectacular on a clear day.

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