Hill Climbing 101 and Hill Climbing 102.
The latter includes some advice about "ankling". I'm not sure I'm doing it at all, but if it will help me to climb better I need to learn it.
And what else do I need for riding in the hills? On the Tour de Cure route, I've always run into problems from feeling less than recovered after one climb before the road tilted upwards again. I know I need a lot of work so that I have fewer problems next time, but what do I need to work on? Anaerobic endurance? Power? Muscular endurance? Force?? Aerobic endurance?? I feel like I could memorize The Cyclist's Training Bible and still not be sure how to tackle this problem.
It's galling to know that I need the experience of cycling in the hills, and to be unable to get it. It reminds me of job-hunting. Employers are looking for experience, and how can you get any if you can't get a job because you don't have the experience? It's the old Catch-22.