Top Climbs

Mt Lemmon Road

1
Miles : 41 to 60 miles Dificulty : Hard
Cycling up the Mt Lemmon Hwy in Tucson, Arizona is an epic ride and will rival some of the best climbs across the country. You start off at about 2,557 ft surrounded by saguaro cactus and mesquite trees and climb as high as 8,198 ft to pine tree vegetation and cool air.

Snow Bowl Road

2
Miles : 21 to 40 miles Dificulty : Hard
Yes the picture to the upper right is where you are going.The bike ride to the top of Snow Bowl is up there with one of the best climbs in the state of Arizona. The Snow Bowl Hill Climb views are breath taking. Bring your camera!

Mt Grahm

3
Miles : 21 to 40 miles Dificulty : Hard
Mount Graham is about an hour east of Tucson on I-10 just south of Safford, Arizona.The Mt Graham hill climb is one of the top 15 toughest climbs in the US according to the book A Guide To Cycling Climbing & The Most Difficult Climbs In The US. You climb 5,981 feet in 20 miles. Ouch!

Prescott, Skull Valley

4
Miles : 41 to 60 miles Dificulty : Hard
If you are in Prescott, Arizona and looking for a killer road bike ride, this loop is a must! The loop starts from Prescott then takes you to Skull Valley then Kirkland and then back to Prescott. The ride is right up there with one of the best road bike rides in the state of Arizona. The ride has everything; killer descent, flats, climbs with scenic views.

Kitt Peak Road

5
Miles : 21 to 40 miles Dificulty : Hard
Kitt Peak is home to one of the world’s largest observatories. The 12-mile climb is an out and back for a total of 24 miles. Kit Peak is west of Tucson, Arizona and will challenge riders of all levels. The 360 degree views at the top of this sacred Native American mountain are well worth the climb.