The 50th annual
Mt. Washington Auto Road
On Saturday, August 19, riders will race to the summit of Mt. Washington in the country's toughest hillclimb, the Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb (MWARBH).
What's required of you as a rider, advice, and F.A.Q.s
Prepare for the climb
A recap of the Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb 2022. Learn about the race, hear advice from riders, and see it for yourself!
The 7.6 one-way, all uphill Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb to the summit of Mt. Washington, which at 6,288 ft. is the highest peak in the northeastern U. S., is hosted by and benefits Tin Mountain Conservation Center. In fact, it’s Tin Mountain’s largest fundraising event. Learn about how you can opt in to fundraise as part of your registration fee.
The latest news and stories on the Mt. Washington Hill Climb.
A race to benefit
Proceeds from the race help support the classes, nature programs, camps and conservation research offered by Tin Mountain Conservation Center every year. Through it's many programs, classes, and trips, Tin Mountain strives to foster future generations of environmental stewards and responsible outdoor enthusiasts.
Tin Mountain Conservation Center