Côte Marie-Thérèse / Côte des Quatre Chemins from Heer-Agimont

Elevation profile Côte Marie-Thérèse / Côte des Quatre Chemins from Heer-Agimont
Elevation profile Côte Marie-Thérèse / Côte des Quatre Chemins from Heer-Agimont
Elevation profile Côte Marie-Thérèse / Côte des Quatre Chemins from Heer-Agimont
167
difficulty points
4.6%
avg. gradient
11%
steepest 100 meters
4.8km
length
220m
total ascent

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Côte Marie-Thérèse / Côte des Quatre Chemins from Heer-Agimont is a climb in the region Lesse Valley. It is 4.8km long and bridges 220 vertical meters with an average gradient of 4.6%, resulting in a difficulty score of 167. The top of the ascent is located at 262 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 3 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Rue du Pont, Rue de l'Église, Rue Haute, Côte Marie-Thérèse & Quatre Chemins (N989)

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
This climb still comes up in my nightmares from time to time. In itself not such a difficult climb - certainly helped by fresh asphalt - but this climb was in my 'Borders of Belgium' ride on the route after 230 kilometers with a heavily packed bike and under a leaden sun: puffing!... read more
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Côte Marie-Thérèse / Côte des Quatre Chemins from Heer-Agimont
This climb
Lesse Valley
102 climbs
Namur Province
868 climbs
Ardennes (France)
62 climbs
Wallonia
4195 climbs
Belgian Ardennes
1940 climbs
Ardennes
2356 climbs
Belgium
6505 climbs
Europe
26229 climbs
Difficulty points
167
3
rank
1
rank
10
19% easier than
Côte des Sept Meuses East
rank
13
38% easier than
Côte du Malgré-Tout
rank
83
52% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
77
52% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
120
52% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
82
52% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
8726
Average gradient
4.6%
rank
62
53% less steep than
Fontaines aux Suzias
rank
459
74% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
40
50% less steep than
Mur d'Aiglemont
rank
2034
74% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
1110
74% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
1351
81% less steep than
Kuesselt from Welscheid
rank
2647
74% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
14994
85% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
4.8km
rank
9
rank
38
rank
15
53% shorter than
Maison Brûlée from Fumay
rank
156
69% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
136
69% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
171
69% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
159
69% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
8177
Total ascent
220m
rank
4
rank
9
rank
20
44% less ascent than
La Croix Gillet from Haybes
rank
90
rank
91
rank
156
rank
91
rank
9123

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
2 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:41:25
11 km/h 00:26:21
15 km/h 00:19:19
19 km/h 00:15:15

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landerlbb
1 y
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This climb still comes up in my nightmares from time to time. In itself not such a difficult climb - certainly helped by fresh asphalt - but this climb was in my 'Borders of Belgium' ride on the route after 230 kilometers with a heavily packed bike and under a leaden sun: puffing!

Deze beklimming komt nog wel eens in mijn nachtmerries voorbij. Op zich niet zo'n zware klim - zeker geholpen door vers asfalt - maar deze klim bevond zich in mijn 'Borders of Belgium' rit op de route na 230 kilometer met een zwaar bepakte fiets en onder een loden zon: puffen!

patrickbaert
1 y
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The double climb starts after you have crossed the beautiful bridge over the Maas (the last one on Belgian territory) in Heer-Agimont. Through the village centre of Heer it is a bit tough until the first plateau with nice views over the Meuse valley, followed by a steep descent into the forest which goes back via some bends to a slightly longer climb to the second top at the crossroads.
Nice two-part Ardennes climb with good tarmac and not too much traffic.

De dubbele klim start nadat je in Heer-Agimont de mooie Maasbrug (de laatste op Belgisch grondgebied) bent over gefietst. Door de dorpskern van Heer is het even pittig tot het eerste plateau met mooi uitzicht over de Maasvallei,gevolgd door een stevige afdaling in het bos die terug overgaat via enkele bochten tot iets langer klimwerk naar de tweede top thv.het kruispunt.
Mooie tweedelige Ardennen klim met prima asfalt en niet te druk verkeer.

ThijsOstyn
1 y 00:13:07 (22.1km/h)
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Nice climb which in my opinion consists of 2 separate climbs. It's on a connecting road between Heer and the main road between Dinant and Beauraing, but the traffic is not too bad. The road has recently been rebuilt, so the asphalt is as smooth as can be. The first part, which I would call côte de Heer, is quite steep, especially if you take the village street of Heer instead of the N989. After a fast and winding descent, you arrive at the côte Marie-Thérèse which is quite constant. Nicely sheltered from sun and wind by the trees you can unleash your devils here.

leuke klim die in mijn ogen bestaat uit 2 aparte beklimmingen. Ze loopt op een verbindingsweg tussen Heer en de grote weg tussen Dinant en Beauraing, desondanks valt het mee wat betreft verkeer. De weg is onlangs heraangelegd, dus het asfalt is zo gaaf als maar kan. Het eerste stuk, die ik zou côte de Heer zou noemen, is vrij steil, zeker als je de dorpsstraat van Heer neemt in plaats van de N989. Na een snelle en bochtige afdaling, kom je bij de côte Marie-Thérèse die vrij constant doorstijgt. Lekker beschut tegen zon en wind door de bomen kun je hier je duivels ontbinden.

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