Place de l'Altitude Cent from Bruxelles-Midi

Elevation profile Place de l'Altitude Cent from Bruxelles-Midi
Elevation profile Place de l'Altitude Cent from Bruxelles-Midi
Elevation profile Place de l'Altitude Cent from Bruxelles-Midi
46
difficulty points
4.3%
avg. gradient
13.7%
steepest 100 meters
1.9km
length
82m
total ascent

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Place de l'Altitude Cent from Bruxelles-Midi is a climb in the region Brussels-Capital Region. It is 1.9km long and bridges 82 vertical meters with an average gradient of 4.3%, resulting in a difficulty score of 46. The top of the ascent is located at 100 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Avenue du Roi, Avenue Reine Marie-Henriette, Gabriel Faurélaan & Rue du Tournoi

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: French.
Probably the biggest difference in altitude in Brussels: From the bottom of the Senne valley to Altitude Hundred. Several alternatives are possible from the bottom of St-Gilles/Forest to the top of Forest with more or less traffic (I recommend to take the Avenue de Fierlant and then the Chaussée de... read more
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Place de l'Altitude Cent from Bruxelles-Midi
This climb
Brussels-Capital Region
80 climbs
Belgium
6092 climbs
Europe
24131 climbs
Difficulty points
46
rank
3
27% easier than
Kauwberg from Dieweg
rank
1709
87% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
14940
Average gradient
4.3%
rank
52
rank
2808
76% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
15272
86% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
1.9km
rank
2
10% shorter than
Dieweg from Uccle
rank
1519
88% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
13473
Total ascent
82m
rank
1
rank
1347
rank
14040

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:16:15
11 km/h 00:10:20
15 km/h 00:07:35
19 km/h 00:05:59

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Reviews/stories (2)

ldestrument
3 w 00:07:49 (14.6km/h)
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The first part is a bit nasty in traffic, but once you pass the Avenue du Roi roundabout, it's pretty quiet.

The gradual slope makes the exercise not too brutal, and the absence of traffic lights (except just before the finale of Altitude 100) makes the progression fluid.

La première partie est un peu infecte en cas de trafic, mais une fois passé le rond point de l'avenue du Roi, c'est plutôt calme.

La pente progressive rend l'exercice pas trop brutal, et l'absence de feux (sauf juste avant le final de l'Altitude 100) rend la progression fluide.

macamelb
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Probably the biggest difference in altitude in Brussels: From the bottom of the Senne valley to Altitude Hundred. Several alternatives are possible from the bottom of St-Gilles/Forest to the top of Forest with more or less traffic (I recommend to take the Avenue de Fierlant and then the Chaussée de Bruxelles, the Avenue Massenet and finally the Avenue Gabriel Fauré). The hardest part is, whatever the route, after the Square Lainé roundabout.

Sans doute le plus gros dénivelé possible à Bruxelles : Du fond de la vallée de la Senne à l'Altitude Cent. Plusieurs alternatives sont possible depuis le bas de St-Gilles/Forest vers le haut de Forest avec plus ou moins de trafic (je recommande de prendre plutôt l'avenue de Fierlant puis la Chaussée de Bruxelles, l'Avenue Massenet et enfin l'Avenue Gabriel Fauré). La partie la plus dure se trouve, quel que soit l'itinéraire, après le rond-point du Square Lainé.

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