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See where your times stack up with our Incline tracker
Join the Incline Nation today and see how you measure up against your peers.
The Manitou Springs Incline features more than 2,000 feet of climbing over 1.02 miles on old railroad ties. The average grade is 41 percent; the steepest, a grueling 68 percent.
Input your finishing time after each climb and you’ll receive instant feedback on where your time ranks among Incline enthusiasts.
A prize will be awarded at various times to the fastest person in each age group.
NOTE: Only times recorded on Dec. 23, 2010, or later will be posted. Also, please enter your times in the format of hours, minutes and seconds.
As a user, you can sort statistics in various ways, including best overall time, best average time and number of climbs. You can also sort times by sex and age.
Believe us when we say your glutes will feel the burn. And your quads, hamstrings and calves.
Times should be kept from the bottom step to the top of the Incline. No bailing halfway or stopping your stopwatch at the false summit.
Yes, you will cross private property on your climb, but Manitou Springs and Colorado Springs are working with the Forest Service and the cog railway to officially open the route. Expect that soon.
Join the Incline Nation today and bring along all of your friends. And then start climbing.