Elevation profile Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen
Elevation profile Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen
Elevation profile Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen
308
difficulty points
3.2%
avg. gradient
19.9%
steepest 100 meters
15.5km
length
497m
total ascent

Share this climb

16564

Feedback about this climb?
Show climbs nearby

Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen is a climb in the region Rhineland-Palatinate. It is 15.5km long and bridges 497 vertical meters with an average gradient of 3.2%, resulting in a difficulty score of 308. The top of the ascent is located at 727 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Hauptstraße, K23 & L10

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
I did the largest (and heaviest) part of the climb during the tour Mendig-Budel. This tour is held annually on the first Saturday of July. Highly recommended by the way. It is a fine climb. Except at Jammelshofen, it is a bit of a struggle. In the Mendig-Budel, they call this piece also the '... read more
1%
2%
4%
6%
8%
10%
12%
15%
20%
Click on the climb for street view
Show climbs nearby

Photos (0)

If you want to upload your photos, you need to create an account. It only takes 1 minute and it's completely free.

  • Get a reward for sharing reviews and photos
  • Share your experience on all ascents you've climbed
  • Submit your favorite climbs
Sign up

Already have an account?

Statistics

Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen
This climb
Rhineland-Palatinate
228 climbs
Eifel
633 climbs
Germany
1644 climbs
Europe
24121 climbs
Difficulty points
308
2
rank
15
rank
4
6% easier than
Hohe Acht from Kesseling
rank
132
85% easier than
Nebelhorn from Oberstdorf
rank
5027
Average gradient
3.2%
rank
219
77% less steep than
Lützinger Wand
rank
540
79% less steep than
Jordansberg from Stolberg
rank
1353
82% less steep than
Lärchenweg Mettingen
rank
20114
89% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
15.5km
rank
1
rank
1
rank
28
44% shorter than
Sonnenberg from Oker
rank
1416
Total ascent
497m
rank
3
4% less ascent than
Hohe Acht from Kesseling
rank
2
4% less ascent than
Hohe Acht from Kesseling
rank
82
55% less ascent than
Nebelhorn from Oberstdorf
rank
4008

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

0% 0% 0%
Based on 0 votes
Share your knowledge. What was the road condition during your ascent?

Traffic

0% 0% 0%
Based on 0 votes
Your experience counts. How much traffic did you encounter during the climb?

Climbing times

7 km/h 02:12:33
11 km/h 01:24:21
15 km/h 01:01:51
19 km/h 00:48:50

Popular

Add my review/story

Reviews/stories (1)

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

I did the largest (and heaviest) part of the climb during the tour Mendig-Budel. This tour is held annually on the first Saturday of July. Highly recommended by the way.

It is a fine climb. Except at Jammelshofen, it is a bit of a struggle. In the Mendig-Budel, they call this piece also the 'col de sjef'. Many cyclists try to ride the fastest time there.

Ik heb het grootste (en zwaarste) deel van de beklimming gereden tijdens de toertocht Mendig-Budel. Deze toertocht wordt jaarlijks op de eerste zaterdag van juli verreden. Echt een aanrader overigens.

Het is een fijne beklimming. Behalve bij Jammelshofen is het een stukje keihard knokken. In de Mendig-Budel noemen ze dit stuk ook wel de 'col de sjef'. Veel fietsers proberen daar de snelste tijd te rijden.

Add my review/story

If you want to share something you need to create an account. It only takes 1 minute and it's completely free.

  • Get a reward for sharing reviews and photos
  • Share your experience on all ascents you've climbed
  • Submit your favorite climbs
Sign up

Already have an account?