What’s the hardest climb you’ve ridden (drop a pic below) ?

And what made it so hard ?

I’ll go first….

Alto d’letras in Colombia

It’s 80km long, the altitude was brutal but I’d hardly ridden for 6 months prior to riding it.

I suffered all the way up

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Col du Tourmalet on a fully-loaded touring bike. pic.twitter.com/5YxTi7Iv0R
 
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Valley of the tears, GC. Unfit + rough tarmac + relentless 20% gradients. pic.twitter.com/LVnJY3w1ll
 
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Have done many mountains, Alps, Dolomites, Pyrenees but controlling a tandem up Shibden Wall, 🥵 @100Climbs pic.twitter.com/UINiT0trgn
 
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Well there are two,… Hardknott on The Fred™️, photo by .@SteveFlemingM9 Alpe D’Huez at the end of La Marmotte, luckily no photo of me on that climb on that day exist. pic.twitter.com/RFBobs5rR8
 
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Bwlch-y-groes. From the moment it starts it's relentless, no let up at all. Mad steep from start to finish. At least Hardknott has easier sections. pic.twitter.com/BSzA7DPHMo
 
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This is a climb from a small town in Creston BC, Canada 50km to the summit pic.twitter.com/D8GnVaKQhb
 
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The Healey Pass it was so hard because I wasn't fit (and iam still not)😁 pic.twitter.com/NCFmicqYrV
 
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Toss-up between Trooper Lane, because it's just rancid, the cobbles add 5% to the 25% gradient.... ...or Mt Tiede because it's 3.5hrs+ of slogging it out, a gruelling mental game and without a riding buddy, I would have probably just turned around. Plus it was freezing up top. pic.twitter.com/mUq3NbrvWw
 
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Bealach Na Ba near Inverness. The final km was brutal with full bike packing bags and race gearing. pic.twitter.com/iAM1sci9Xh
 
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Ste Anne, because I didn't expect it to be so steep and I was on 24 at the back. strava.app.link/Vx2uH8O1dvb pic.twitter.com/4cRdpheKUq
 
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Also Letras, it's one in a lifetime experience, well I've done it two times pic.twitter.com/qxhCyG6aTM
 
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Col du Tourmalet on a mountain bike, off road tyres. No picture, it wasn't pretty.
 
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Sierra Nevada 7500 feet of Climbing in 30 degrees of heat, an awesome/horrendous day out 😉 pic.twitter.com/TBj2EJGsQ5
 
 
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Annapurna Circuit. 4 days of slogging uphill with bike packing gear, made harder with decreasing oxygen (and temperature). Actually impossible to ride in places (surface/gradient) and we had to just push those bits. pic.twitter.com/TL8MEVzrQp
 
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Tre Cime di Lavaredo on tired legs. Absolutely nuts finish. pic.twitter.com/GH7OmjcvU3
 
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The climb up to Buxton is steep
 
Some epic cycling in these tweets.👍🚴
 
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Not really brutal, but the viewing platform at Cap de Formentor .... with a torn knee cartilage 😬 pic.twitter.com/7nbZEObkXs
 
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Bwlch Y Groes during a 200km Audax
 
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Big Horn Pass, Wyoming, USA. 4,600’ over 18 miles pic.twitter.com/VKsHMtNcRO
 
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Dude, that is almost irresponsible :P ... Mine would be col De Vence in the winter. Freezing on the way up, freezing even more on the way down. I still shiver when I think about it.
 
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Passo di Gavia (having already climbed il Mortirolo)
 

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