Elevation profile Kemmelberg from Belvédère
Elevation profile Kemmelberg from Belvédère
Elevation profile Kemmelberg from Belvédère
cobbles (along the entire length)
107
difficulty points
11.8%
avg. gradient
15.9%
steepest 100 meters
0.5km
length
55m
total ascent

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Kemmelberg from Belvédère is a climb in the region West-Flemish Hills. It is 0.5km long and bridges 55 vertical meters with an average gradient of 11.8%, resulting in a difficulty score of 107. The top of the ascent is located at 156 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road name: Kemmelbergweg

5.0 by Luli
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: French.
Mount Kemmel is the most iconic mountain in Gent-Wevelgem and I just had to climb it. The climb is tough with big gradients from start to finish but the hardest part is on the last bend where the gradients reach 18%. The cobbles don't add any difficulty if you climb it slowly but the faster y... read more
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Statistics

Kemmelberg from Belvédère
This climb
West-Flemish Hills
236 climbs
Westhoek
256 climbs
West Flanders
596 climbs
Flanders
2722 climbs
Belgium
8083 climbs
Europe
46699 climbs
Difficulty points
107
rank
5
32% easier than
Mont Kemmel
rank
4
32% easier than
Mont Kemmel
rank
4
32% easier than
Mont Kemmel
rank
14
35% easier than
Fiertelmeers
rank
504
69% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
19432
Average gradient
11.8%
rank
1
rank
1
rank
2
7% less steep than
Bocheldreef from Duinbergen
rank
10
27% less steep than
Felix Sohiestraat
rank
57
33% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
1014
60% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
0.5km
rank
206
88% shorter than
Hoekjes from Dranouter
rank
219
88% shorter than
Hoekjes from Dranouter
rank
483
88% shorter than
Hoekjes from Dranouter
rank
2206
93% shorter than
Rijksweg from Leupegem
rank
7139
97% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Raalkopf
rank
44150
Total ascent
55m
rank
79
60% less ascent than
Mont Cassel from Zuytpeene
rank
39
rank
42
rank
338
60% less ascent than
Hotond via Hoogbergstraat
rank
3182
88% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
34201

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:03:59
11 km/h 00:02:32
15 km/h 00:01:51
19 km/h 00:01:28

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Luli
2 Mo 5.0
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Mount Kemmel is the most iconic mountain in Gent-Wevelgem and I just had to climb it. The climb is tough with big gradients from start to finish but the hardest part is on the last bend where the gradients reach 18%. The cobbles don't add any difficulty if you climb it slowly but the faster you go the more the cobbles will get in the way.

Le mont Kemmel est le mont le plus emblématique de Gent-Wevelgem et je me devais de le grimper. La montée est difficile avec de gros pourcentages du début à la fin mais le plus dur c'est dans le dernier tournant où les pourcentages atteignent les 18%. Les pavés ne rajoutent pas de difficulté si vous le montez lentement mais plus vous irez vite plus les pavés vous gênerons.