Bois Saint-Gilles from Petit Bourgogne

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Elevation profile Bois Saint-Gilles from Petit Bourgogne
Elevation profile Bois Saint-Gilles from Petit Bourgogne
Elevation profile Bois Saint-Gilles from Petit Bourgogne
76
difficulty points
5.9%
avg. gradient
10.3%
steepest 100 meters
1.9km
length
112m
total ascent

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Bois Saint-Gilles from Petit Bourgogne is a climb in the region Pays de Liège. It is 1.9km long and bridges 112 vertical meters with an average gradient of 5.9%, resulting in a difficulty score of 76. The top of the ascent is located at 177 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Rue Cote d'Or, Rue du Gros Gland, Rue des Waides & Rue Bois Saint-Gilles

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: French.
Nice hidden climb between Cointe and Saint-Nicolas. The beginning of the climb is a bit more busy with traffic, but as soon as you enter the higher gradients, it calms down. A little respite in the middle of the climb and then you start again in the narrow streets that lead you to the cobblestones o... read more
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Statistics

Bois Saint-Gilles from Petit Bourgogne
This climb
Pays de Liège
213 climbs
Liège Province
1770 climbs
Wallonia
5189 climbs
Belgium
8016 climbs
Europe
46283 climbs
Difficulty points
76
rank
94
rank
548
76% easier than
Super Stockeu from Stavelot
rank
1030
78% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
1061
78% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
23612
Average gradient
5.9%
rank
102
62% less steep than
Bois Saint-Lambert
rank
549
65% less steep than
Edelstrasse from Eupen
rank
1261
67% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
1586
67% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
17384
80% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
1.9km
rank
67
rank
663
88% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
1699
88% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
2022
88% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
25519
Total ascent
112m
rank
59
44% less ascent than
Sur Limoges from Tilff
rank
511
76% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
1036
76% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
1045
76% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
22947

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Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:16:15
11 km/h 00:10:20
15 km/h 00:07:35
19 km/h 00:05:59

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XavierJonius
1 y 4.0 00:04:27 (25.6km/h)
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Nice hidden climb between Cointe and Saint-Nicolas. The beginning of the climb is a bit more busy with traffic, but as soon as you enter the higher gradients, it calms down. A little respite in the middle of the climb and then you start again in the narrow streets that lead you to the cobblestones of Saint-Nicolas. Take the time to stop and look at the landscape of Sclessin and Seraing with its steelmaking past straight ahead.

Belle côte cachée entre Cointe et Saint-Nicolas. Le début de la côte est un peu plus fréquentée par la circulation, mais dès qu'on entre dans les pourcentages plus élevées, ça se calme. Un petit répit au milieu de la côte et puis on reprend de plus belle dans les petites rue étroites qui vous mènent aux pavés de Saint-Nicolas. Prenez une fois le temps de vous arrêtez et d'observer le paysages de Sclessin et Seraing avec son passé sidérurgique droit devant vous.