Elevation profile La Taillette via Les Bruyères
Elevation profile La Taillette via Les Bruyères
Elevation profile La Taillette via Les Bruyères
74
difficulty points
3.9%
avg. gradient
13.1%
steepest 100 meter
2.2km
length
100m
total ascent

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La Taillette via Les Bruyères is a climb in the region Pays des Collines. It is 2.2km long and bridges 100 vertical meters with an average gradient of 3.9%, resulting in a difficulty score of 74. The top of the ascent is located at 131 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 4 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 4 photos.

Road names: Rue des Bruyères, Taillette & Rue Bourliquet

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: French.
Easier than its sister, the Bourliquet, which ends at the same place With a respite in the middle of a very narrow road in good condition... read more
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La Taillette via Les Bruyères
La Taillette via Les Bruyères
La Taillette via Les Bruyères
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Cycling routes

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Name Distance Total ascent Climbs
Big tour of the Pays des Collines
Big tour of the Pays des Collines
167.5km 2304m 30

Statistics

La Taillette via Les Bruyères
This climb
Pays des Collines
134 climbs
Hainaut Province
617 climbs
Belgium
4288 climbs
Europe
17076 climbs
Difficulty points
74
rank
10
51% easier than
Mont Saint-Laurent
rank
21
51% easier than
Mont Saint-Laurent
rank
805
79% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
9494
Average gradient
3.9%
rank
60
rank
273
72% less steep than
Rue Boraine from Ascenseur
rank
2491
77% less steep than
Edelstrasse from Eupen
rank
11956
86% less steep than
Calçada das Carquejeiras
Length
2.2km
rank
14
rank
58
rank
782
rank
9387
Total ascent
100m
rank
8
22% less ascent than
Mont de l'Enclus via Enclus du Bas
rank
20
rank
822
rank
9751
96% less ascent than
Pico Veleta

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

67% 33% 0%
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Traffic

100% 0% 0%
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:18:47
11 km/h 00:11:57
15 km/h 00:08:46
19 km/h 00:06:55

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Reviews/stories (4)

gdemoutiez
7 Mo
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Easier than its sister, the Bourliquet, which ends at the same place
With a respite in the middle of a very narrow road in good condition

Plus facile que sa "soeur" le Bourliquet qui se termine au même endroit
Avec un répit au milieu route très étroite en pleine nature en bon état

Simon-45
9 Mo
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Very nice climb in 2 parts, the first steeper part followed by a short fast descent and then the longest more even part. Rough road surface with little traffic. Nice views along the entire climb.

Zeer mooie klim in 2 delen, het eerste steilere stuk gevolgd door een korte snelle afdaling met daarna het langste meer gelijkmatige stuk. Ruw wegdek met weinig verkeer. Mooie uitzichten langs de gehele klim.

La Taillette via Les Bruyères
La Taillette via Les Bruyères
La Taillette via Les Bruyères
La Taillette via Les Bruyères
BianchiPeter
9 Mo
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Little known climb, because it is situated at the edge of the Pays des collines, but it is one of the most beautiful ones. I agree with Shibster that the best place to start is Drève du Pureau. A kilometre before the climb you'll pass by a beautiful castle.

Weinig bekende klim, omdat hij wat aan de rand van de Pays des collines ligt, maar het is nochtans een van de mooiste. Akkoord met Shibster dat je deze best aanloopt vanaf de Drève du Pureau. Dan kom een kilometertje voor de klimook nog langs een prachtig kasteel.

Shibster
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As far as I'm concerned, the Rue Tailette has one of the most beautiful views of the region on the right. Personally, I prefer the somewhat quieter variant of entering Les Bruyères via the Drève du Pureau. This is just a bit quieter.

Wat mij betreft heeft de Rue Tailette aan de rechterzijde één van de mooiste vergezichten van de regio. Zelf kies ik eerder de iets rustigere variant met het oprijden van Les Bruyères via de Drève du Pureau. Dit is net iets rustiger.

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