Eupener Strasse from Aachen

Elevation profile Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Elevation profile Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Elevation profile Eupener Strasse from Aachen
40
difficulty points
3.2%
avg. gradient
7.3%
steepest 100 meter
2.5km
length
88m
total ascent

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Eupener Strasse from Aachen is a climb in the region Eifel. It is 2.5km long and bridges 88 vertical meters with an average gradient of 3.2%, resulting in a difficulty score of 40. The top of the ascent is located at 293 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 5 photos.

Road name: Eupener Strasse

by Fedor
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
A long climb that, especially in the beginning, really feels like a climb and looks like it too, because the road goes up quite steadily. After the first high point the road keeps going up and down with the next top being higher than the previous one. Just before the border is the real highest point... read more
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Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen

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Statistics

Eupener Strasse from Aachen
This climb
Eifel
519 climbs
North Rhine-Westphalia
865 climbs
Germany
1282 climbs
Europe
17042 climbs
Difficulty points
40
rank
239
88% easier than
Hohe Acht from Kesseling
rank
315
87% easier than
Honselweg from Letmathe
rank
672
98% easier than
Nebelhorn from Oberstdorf
rank
11792
Average gradient
3.2%
rank
447
78% less steep than
Jordansberg from Stolberg
rank
698
82% less steep than
Lärchenweg Mettingen
rank
1057
82% less steep than
Lärchenweg Mettingen
rank
14195
88% less steep than
Calçada das Carquejeiras
Length
2.5km
rank
137
84% shorter than
Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen
rank
122
rank
412
rank
8769
Total ascent
88m
rank
190
83% less ascent than
Hohe Acht from Kesseling
rank
199
74% less ascent than
Altastenberg from Siedlinghausen
rank
532
92% less ascent than
Nebelhorn from Oberstdorf
rank
10283
97% less ascent than
Pico Veleta

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Beautiful scenery
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:21:32
11 km/h 00:13:42
15 km/h 00:10:03
19 km/h 00:07:56

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Fedor
3 Mo
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch. Show original

A long climb that, especially in the beginning, really feels like a climb and looks like it too, because the road goes up quite steadily. After the first high point the road keeps going up and down with the next top being higher than the previous one. Just before the border is the real highest point. The climb has character in the beginning, then it goes through a forest so you have no reference points anymore.
The climb is on a bike path along a main road where not many cars drive. The bike path is first on the "logical" right side. At the first high point (at the Düsbergweg and a bus stop), this cycle path ends and you have to cross to the other side where a two-way cycle path runs (I didn't see any cyclists by the way). This is - as so often in Germany - not well signposted. As it was not busy, crossing the road was no problem.

Een lange klim die vooral in het begin echt als een klim voelt en er ook zo uitziet want de weg gaat behoorlijk gestaag omhoog. Na het eerste hoge punt blijft de weg wat op en neer golven waarbij de volgende top steeds weer wat hoger is dan de vorige. Vlak voor de grens is het echte "hoogste punt". De klim heeft in het begin nog karakter, daarna loopt het door een bos zodat je geen referentiepunten meer hebt.
De klim loopt over een fietspad langs een doorgaande weg waar echter niet veel auto's rijden. Het fietspad loopt eerst aan de "logische" rechterkant. Op het eerste hoge punt (bij de Düsbergweg en een bushalte) houdt dit fietspad op en moet je oversteken naar de overkant waar een tweerichtingsfietspad loopt (ben geen fietser tegengekomen overigens). Dit is - zoals zo vaak in Duitsland - niet goed aangegeven. Omdat het niet druk was, was oversteken geen probleem verder.

Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen
Eupener Strasse from Aachen

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