Elevation profile Côte de la Sablière from Wauthier-Braine
Elevation profile Côte de la Sablière from Wauthier-Braine
Elevation profile Côte de la Sablière from Wauthier-Braine
48
difficulty points
6.4%
avg. gradient
15.4%
steepest 100 meter
0.9km
length
57m
total ascent

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Côte de la Sablière from Wauthier-Braine is a climb in the region Ardennes Brabançonnes. It is 0.9km long and bridges 57 vertical meters with an average gradient of 6.4%, resulting in a difficulty score of 48. The top of the ascent is located at 122 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 3 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Rue Cour au Bois & Avenue du Beau Séjour

by Franck
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: French.
Also called "côte de la Sablière" probably because of the nearby quarry. In my opinion, this is one of the most difficult climbs in Brabant, close in feel to the nearby Chapelle-Saint-Croix climb, despite the absence of cobbles. The gradients are irregular enough to break the rhythm and ... read more
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Côte de la Sablière from Wauthier-Braine
This climb
Ardennes Brabançonnes
416 climbs
Walloon Brabant
266 climbs
Belgium
4349 climbs
Europe
17218 climbs
Difficulty points
48
rank
64
rank
43
rank
1310
86% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
11096
Average gradient
6.4%
rank
87
47% less steep than
Vosdellestraat
rank
51
45% less steep than
Tienne Vincent from Nethen
rank
795
63% less steep than
Edelstrasse from Eupen
rank
4789
77% less steep than
Calçada das Carquejeiras
Length
0.9km
rank
233
78% shorter than
Le Foriest from Nivelles
rank
151
78% shorter than
Le Foriest from Nivelles
rank
2720
rank
14028
Total ascent
57m
rank
122
rank
78
rank
1701
rank
12243
98% less ascent than
Pico Veleta

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

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Traffic

33% 67% 0%
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:07:30
11 km/h 00:04:46
15 km/h 00:03:30
19 km/h 00:02:45

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Reviews/stories (3)

Floris98
2 Mo
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This climb really kills you. The beginning seems doable and after the turn there doesn't really seem to be a steep part, but then at the very end you get an incredibly steep part...

Deze klim sloopt je behoorlijk. Het begin lijkt goed te doen en na de bocht lijkt er ook niet echt direct een steil stuk aan te komen, maar dan helemaal op het eind krijg je echt nog een ongelooflijk steile strook...

MrTembo
10 Mo
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Really a beast of a climb. The climb is actually already over after 500m, but you make altimeters quickly. On the steepest parts, zigzagging is not exceptional.

Echt wel een beest van een klim. De klim is eigenlijk al gedaan na 500m, maar je maakt snel hoogtemeters. Op de steilste stukken is zigzaggen niet uitzonderlijk.

Franck
1 y
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Also called "côte de la Sablière" probably because of the nearby quarry. In my opinion, this is one of the most difficult climbs in Brabant, close in feel to the nearby Chapelle-Saint-Croix climb, despite the absence of cobbles. The gradients are irregular enough to break the rhythm and the steepest part is "blind", you don't see the end until you get there.

The motivated cyclist can link the rue des Radoux and this côte de la Sablière by descending the rue du Drabe between the two (good brakes essential! ;-)).

From a tourist point of view, you can easily reach the Hal wood from the top (splendid wild hyacinths bloom in April and May).

Aussi appelée « côte de la Sablière » certainement en raison de la carrière voisine. Selon moi une des côtes les plus difficiles du Brabant, proche en ressenti de la côte de la Chapelle-Saint-Croix voisine, malgré l'absence de pavés. Les pourcentages sont suffisamment irréguliers pour casser le rythme et le passage le plus raide est «en aveugle», on n'en voit pas la fin avant d'y être.

Le cycliste motivé peut enchaîner la rue des Radoux et cette côte de la Sablière en descendant la rue du Drabe entre les deux (bons freins indispensable ! ;-)).

Du point de vue touristique, on peut rejoindre aisément le bois de Hal à partir du sommet (splendide floraison de jacinthes sauvages aux mois d'avril et de mai).

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