Elevation profile Hohe Acht from Kesseling
Elevation profile Hohe Acht from Kesseling
Elevation profile Hohe Acht from Kesseling
327
difficulty points
3.6%
avg. gradient
20.3%
steepest 100 meters
14.4km
length
520m
total ascent

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Hohe Acht from Kesseling is a climb in the region Rhineland-Palatinate. It is 14.4km long and bridges 520 vertical meters with an average gradient of 3.6%, resulting in a difficulty score of 327. The top of the ascent is located at 727 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Weidenbacher Strasse, L90 & L10

by Renep
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
I have only descended this (after climbing the Hohe Acht from Oberbaar). Goes through a beautiful valley. Nowhere steep, except last short piece to Hohe Acht which is the same for all three climbs. Combi Oberbaar and Kesseling is super. Avoid the busy and wide road from Adenau.... read more
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Hohe Acht from Kesseling
This climb
Rhineland-Palatinate
228 climbs
Eifel
633 climbs
Germany
1644 climbs
Europe
24131 climbs
Difficulty points
327
2
rank
9
rank
1
rank
118
84% easier than
Nebelhorn from Oberstdorf
rank
4728
Average gradient
3.6%
rank
206
74% less steep than
Lützinger Wand
rank
473
76% less steep than
Jordansberg from Stolberg
rank
1206
80% less steep than
Lärchenweg Mettingen
rank
18398
88% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
14.4km
rank
2
7% shorter than
Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen
rank
2
7% shorter than
Hohe Acht via Jammelshofen
rank
36
48% shorter than
Sonnenberg from Oker
rank
1674
Total ascent
520m
rank
1
rank
1
rank
73
52% less ascent than
Nebelhorn from Oberstdorf
rank
3761

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
4 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

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Traffic

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Climbing times

7 km/h 02:03:26
11 km/h 01:18:33
15 km/h 00:57:36
19 km/h 00:45:28

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Reviews/stories (2)

Renep
1 y
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I have only descended this (after climbing the Hohe Acht from Oberbaar). Goes through a beautiful valley. Nowhere steep, except last short piece to Hohe Acht which is the same for all three climbs.
Combi Oberbaar and Kesseling is super. Avoid the busy and wide road from Adenau.

Ik heb dit alleen gedaald (na klim van de Hohe Acht vanuit Oberbaar). Gaat door een prachtig dal. Nergens stijl, behalve laatste korte stukje naar Hohe Acht wat hetzelfde is voor alle drie de klimmetjes.
Combi Oberbaar en Kesseling is super. Vermijd de drukke en brede weg vanaf Adenau.

JasperBeets
1 y 00:45:00 (19.2km/h)
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The traffic is very quiet. The first part of the climb it seems like you just drive on the flat (this is deception, heavier than you would think). As soon as you pass the village it gets very steep and heavy. It drops a bit now and then and it even descends a bit, but some parts are very steep.

Het verkeer is er zeer rustig. het eerst deel van de beklimming lijkt het of je gewoon op het vlakke rijd(dit is bedrog, zwaarder als je zou denken). Vanaf je het dorp passeert wordt het enorm steil en zwaar. Het valt af en toe wat af en het daalt zelfs even, maar sommige stukken zijn enorm steil.

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