Elevation profile Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
Elevation profile Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
Elevation profile Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
78
difficulty points
4.9%
avg. gradient
12.1%
steepest 100 meters
2.5km
length
121m
total ascent

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Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes is a climb in the region Belgian Picardy. It is 2.5km long and bridges 121 vertical meters with an average gradient of 4.9%, resulting in a difficulty score of 78. The top of the ascent is located at 145 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 5 photos.

Road name: Chemin des Pilotes

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
Nicest of the 3 ways up Mt St Aubert. There is a short steep bend in it, but otherwise this is not a very difficult climb.... read more
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Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes

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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

Mont Saint-Aubert via Chemin des Pilotes
This climb
Belgian Picardy
265 climbs
Hainaut Province
976 climbs
Wallonia
3828 climbs
Belgium
6092 climbs
Europe
24121 climbs
Difficulty points
78
4
rank
3
6% easier than
Mont Saint-Aubert
rank
13
48% easier than
Mont Saint-Laurent
rank
830
77% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
855
77% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
12163
Average gradient
4.9%
rank
26
rank
214
65% less steep than
Rue Boraine from Ascenseur
rank
1599
72% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
2078
72% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
12362
84% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
2.5km
rank
12
rank
81
rank
811
84% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
899
84% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
11519
Total ascent
121m
rank
3
rank
8
rank
724
rank
724
rank
11673

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:21:22
11 km/h 00:13:35
15 km/h 00:09:58
19 km/h 00:07:52

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Reviews/stories (2)

BianchiPeter
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Nicest of the 3 ways up Mt St Aubert. There is a short steep bend in it, but otherwise this is not a very difficult climb.

Mooiste van de 3 mogelijkheden om Mt St Aubert op te fietsen. Er zit een kort steil knikje in, maar voor de rest is dit geen al te lastige klim

Franck_Pastor
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The most difficult variant to climb Mount Saint-Aubert. It starts to rise relatively gently in the middle of the fields. From about 1 km onwards, at the place called Le Reposoir, the road descends briefly and becomes narrow, before climbing upwards again in steep gradients. At around 1800m there is an astonishing hairpin to the left, rated at 17 % by Cotacol, and which requires a good burst of energy to get through! Then the road becomes even narrower, passes through the middle of the houses, before rejoining the standard route more or less 100 m from the summit (watch out for cars at this junction, which is a very short descent).

La variante la plus difficile pour grimper le mont Saint-Aubert. Elle commence à s'élever relativement doucement au milieu des champs. À partir du kilomètre environ, au lieu-dit Le Reposoir, la route redescend brièvement et devient étroite, avant de remonter dans les pourcentages. Vers les 1800 m se présente une étonnante épingle à cheveux vers la gauche, évaluée à 17 % par Cotacol, et qui nécessite un bon sursaut d'énergie pour la passer ! Ensuite la route devient encore plus étroite, passe au milieu des habitations, avant de rejoindre l'itinéraire standard à plus ou moins 100 m du sommet (attention aux voitures à ce croisement, qui se fait dans une très brève descente).

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