Depends on what you’re looking for. Poo Poo Point and West Tiger 3 are much closer than Si (Exit 20 vs 32). If you’re looking for sprint hills, Queen Anne Hill is good starting on W Prospect Ave, and when I lived downtown I’d sprint the distance of Virginia Ave between Western and 1st just north of the Market. For Zone 2 long training, my solution was to use the staircase in my highrise building for about 25 floors and ride the elevator to the base to get laps in. Unless you want to do 2342 laps of the hill at GasWorks that or a stairmaster might be your better mid-week options.
Seattle Area Uphill Training Spots
I’ll be in Seattle this summer for a short stay. Any locals know of in town uphill training areas. The drive to Mt. Si / Little Si wont be possible every day so I’m looking for city hills.
Thanks in advance
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