Col Sainte Anne from Allauch

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Elevation profile Col Sainte Anne from Allauch
Elevation profile Col Sainte Anne from Allauch
Elevation profile Col Sainte Anne from Allauch
435
difficulty points
5.7%
avg. gradient
14.2%
steepest 100 meters
8.6km
length
492m
total ascent

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Col Sainte Anne from Allauch is a climb in the region Bouches-du-Rhône. It is 8.6km long and bridges 492 vertical meters with an average gradient of 5.7%, resulting in a difficulty score of 435. The top of the ascent is located at 588 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

In some places the road surface of this climb is bad, but it can be ridden with a road bike.

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: French.
The climb is difficult due to the numerous breaks in the slope and the very poor condition of the road in some areas and the lack of road surface in others. The first km is very difficult but the road is good. After the shooting range, the road turns into a track with holes and sections of tarmac he... read more
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Col Sainte Anne from Allauch
This climb
Bouches-du-Rhône
84 climbs
Provence
739 climbs
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
978 climbs
France
13165 climbs
Europe
46660 climbs
Difficulty points
435
rank
1
rank
104
rank
154
rank
1019
rank
5208
Average gradient
5.7%
rank
20
rank
283
rank
431
rank
5605
rank
18942
81% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
8.6km
rank
4
rank
163
rank
225
rank
1605
82% shorter than
Col de l'Iséran
rank
6541
Total ascent
492m
rank
3
14% less ascent than
Col de l'Espigoulier from Gémenos
rank
149
rank
216
rank
1384
76% less ascent than
Col du Galibier
rank
6190

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
5 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 01:13:38
11 km/h 00:46:51
15 km/h 00:34:21
19 km/h 00:27:07

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PhilippeLebeau
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The climb is difficult due to the numerous breaks in the slope and the very poor condition of the road in some areas and the lack of road surface in others. The first km is very difficult but the road is good. After the shooting range, the road turns into a track with holes and sections of tarmac here and there and sometimes no tarmac at all. Be careful! This climb is not really possible with a road bike, but it is possible with a gravel or mountain bike. After 2 km from the summit, past the monastery, there are some very steep slopes, but the road is still asphalted at this point and is in acceptable condition.

Montée difficile du aux nombreuses ruptures de pentes et à une chaussée en très mauvais état sur certains secteurs et à une chaussée inexistante parfois . Le premier km est très difficile mais la route est bonne. Passé le stand de tir, la route se transforme en piste avec des trous et des portions de goudrons ici et là et parfois plus de goudron du tout. Attention ! cette montée n'est plus possible véritablement en vélo de route , ça passe par contre en gravel et vtt. A 2 km du sommet, passé le monastère, on retrouve des pentes très raides mais la chaussée est encore bitumée à cet endroit jusqu'au sommet dans un état acceptable.