Lammersdorfer Hütte

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Elevation profile Lammersdorfer Hütte
Elevation profile Lammersdorfer Hütte
Elevation profile Lammersdorfer Hütte
1312
difficulty points
15.8%
avg. gradient
22.6%
steepest 100 meters
5.1km
length
803m
total ascent

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Lammersdorfer Hütte is a climb in the region Carinthia. It is 5.1km long and bridges 803 vertical meters with an average gradient of 15.8%, resulting in a difficulty score of 1312. The top of the ascent is located at 1662 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews of this climb and uploaded 4 photos.

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: German.
The Lammersdorferhütte is also one of the notorious "Carinthian monsters". I am inclined to say "and yet it moves"; sometimes I had the feeling that the crank stopped... If you want it short but really brutal, this is the place to be. KA training at ~40 RPM - here is the perfe... read more
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Lammersdorfer Hütte
This climb
Carinthia
120 climbs
Austrian Alps
636 climbs
Austria
920 climbs
Alps
5014 climbs
Europe
44414 climbs
Difficulty points
1312
rank
9
rank
28
rank
28
rank
150
rank
234
Average gradient
15.8%
rank
1
rank
1
rank
2
6% less steep than
Kuruzzenkogel from Hofbergweg
rank
29
40% less steep than
Muro di Cassone
rank
164
47% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
5.1km
rank
101
rank
381
rank
384
rank
3186
rank
11573
Total ascent
803m
rank
38
rank
128
rank
128
rank
1231
62% less ascent than
Colle del Nivolet
rank
2467

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
16 hairpin turns

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Traffic

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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:43:35
11 km/h 00:27:44
15 km/h 00:20:20
19 km/h 00:16:03

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Reviews (2)

Kevin
8 Mo 5.0
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch. Show original

According to Fiets500, this climb is (by far) the steepest in Europe. The profile says enough, but not everything. From the first metre, it is plodding and wallowing along the (reasonably good) road. It is an attack on your knees and back, as all suppleness disappears from the 1st pedal stroke. In the closing kilometres you are rewarded for your agony, when you are treated to several stunning panorama's. At the summit, you can relax and enjoy a snack and a drink. One to look back on with pride when you have made it!

Volgens Fiets500 is deze klim (met voorsprong) de steilste van Europa. Het profiel zegt genoeg, maar niet alles. Vanaf de eerste meter is het ploeteren en zwalpen over de (redelijk goede) weg. Het is een aanslag op je knieën en rug, want alle souplesse verdwijnt vanaf de 1ste pedaalslag. In de slotkilometers word je beloond voor je lijdensweg, wanneer je getrakteerd wordt op meerdere prachtige panorama's. Op de top kan je rustig nagenieten van een hapje en een drankje. Eentje om met trots op terug te kijken wanneer je het gehaald hebt!

Nordseealpinist
2 y 4.0 00:54:07 (5.6km/h)
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The Lammersdorferhütte is also one of the notorious "Carinthian monsters". I am inclined to say "and yet it moves"; sometimes I had the feeling that the crank stopped...
If you want it short but really brutal, this is the place to be. KA training at ~40 RPM - here is the perfect mountain.

And a nice example of how measurable numbers and "credit points" and degrees of hardness determined from them can be deceptive. My subjective perception rates this ~6km Lammersdorfer Hütte as at least equal to the 17km Oscheniksee.

Short description. From the Millstätter See it starts quite normally. After some curves and overcome altitude meters a sign to the Lammersdorfer Almstraße shows the way. Then the inferno begins and at the latest after the tollgate (cyclists free) you must first find a SM club that offers comparable 😉

Auch die Lammersdorferhütte gehört zu den berüchtigten „Kärtner Monstern“. Ich bin geneigt zu sagen „und sie bewegt sich doch“; mitunter hatte ich das Gefühl, dass die Kurbel stehenblieb...
Wer‘s kurz und dafür richtig brutal möchte, der ist hier richtig. KA-Training bei ~40 U/m - hier ist der perfekte Berg.

Und ein schönes Beispiel dafür, dass messbare Zahlen und daraus ermittelte „Creditpoints“ und Härtegrade trügerisch sein können. Meine subjektive Wahrnehmung schätzt diese ~6km Lammersdorfer Hütte mit den 17km Oscheniksee als mindestens gleichwertig ein.

Kurze Beschreibung. Vom Millstätter See aus geht es recht normal los. Nach einigen Kurven und überwundenen Höhenmeter weist ein Schild zur Lammersdorfer Almstraße den Weg. Dann beginnt das Inferno und spätestens nach der Mautschranke (Radfahrer frei) muss man erstmal einen SM-Club finden, der Vergleichbares bietet 😉

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