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#top100climbs- No. 10 (Widecombe in the Moor)

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 3.076 mi


 222.10 Watt(s)



 643 ft

 2 Brook Lane Cottages, Widecombe in the Moor, Newton Abbot TQ13 7TL, UK

 B3387, Newton Abbot TQ13 9XT, UK


Widecombe Hill

Widecombe Hill – a classic British hill climb – just under one mile, but averaging 12%. A steep climb from the beautiful Devon village. In 1990, Chris Boardman won the national hill climb on Widecombe in a time of 4:10.

  • Location: Widecombe Devon, South West
  • Distance: 0.8 miles
  • Average gradient: 12%
  • Maximum gradient: 22%
  • Height gain. 532ft / 161m
  • 100 climbs: #10

Widecombe is a short, sharp climb – which goes straight up the hill out of the village of the picturesque village of Widecombe. You can see the summit looming straight ahead. There is also a great view back down the climb towards the village.

In the small village of Widecombe, head east over the small river (East Webburn) and you will see the climb to Dartmoor, ready to test the legs. The gradient is fairly constant, but gets harder from the halfway mark.

In 1990, the UK national Hill climb championship was held on Widecombe in the Moor.

Chris Boardman took his third consecutive title with a time of 4:10, with a course record that still stands 25 years later.

 Strava segments

Portions of this video are actual Strava segments

 1013 yd
  36 ft
 869 yd
  315 ft
 290 yd
  10 ft
 1.783 mi
  115 ft
 1.27 mi
  79 ft
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2 00:12:19 12/28/2020
3 00:13:51 2/8/2022
4 00:13:59 11/19/2020
5 00:14:05 5/31/2021

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