The Dash locates climbs within your courses and displays additional information to help guide you through each climb. The climb page is enabled by default, but if you'd like to disable or enable this feature at any time, go to Settings > Dash settings > Maps and courses > Climb and choose from: 

  • All climbs: Display climb notifications and the climb page for climbs of all sizes (minimum ascent: 15 m or 50 ft).
  • Medium and above: Display climb notifications for medium and large climbs (minimum ascent: 35 m or 115 ft).
  • Large only: Display climb notifications for large climbs only (minimum ascent: 80 m or 262.5 ft).
  • Disabled: Do not display climb notifications or the climb page.

Climb size is determined as a factor of both distance and ascent for each climb. The minimum distance for any climb is 400 meters or 0.25 miles with a minimum average gradient of 3%.

Requirements for this feature:

Climb laps

The Dash can start a new lap at the start and the end of each climb. To enable or disable climb laps, go to Settings > Dash settings > Maps and courses > Climb laps.

Climb page

Climb notification

As you approach each climb, the climb notification overlay will indicate your progress toward the start of the climb and display the distance and total scent for the upcoming climb. Select Dismiss to stay on your current page and Go to climb to move to the climb page.

Climb list

The climb list displays a list of all climbs present in your course. The following information is presented in the table:

  • Climb number

  • Distance to climb or completed (check mark)

  • Climb length (in kilometers or miles)

  • Climb ascent (in meters or feet)

  • Climb average grade

Select a completed climb to view a summary of your performance or select an upcoming climb to view the profile and climb details.

To select a climb, press the select button on the climb list page, then scroll to any climb and hit select again. 

Climb profile

The climb profile page displays a profile of the climb, including a number of additional features to help you pace, track your progress, and view what is coming ahead.

  1. Climb number: out of the number of climbs present in your course

  2. Current metrics: climb time, power, heart rate, and VAM

  3. Climb profile: color-coded gradient (from green to dark red) profile, with climb progress grayed out

  4. Upcoming gradient: average gradient for the next 750 m (distance) of the climb, in 150 m sections

  5. Climb remaining: distance and ascent to the top of the climb