Elevation profile Baneberg
Elevation profile Baneberg
Elevation profile Baneberg
60
difficulty points
4.8%
avg. gradient
11.2%
steepest 100 meters
2km
length
93m
total ascent

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Baneberg is a climb in the region West-Flemish Hills. It is 2km long and bridges 93 vertical meters with an average gradient of 4.8%, resulting in a difficulty score of 60. The top of the ascent is located at 138 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 2 reviews of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Schomminkelstraat, Rodebergstraat & Lijstermolendreef

5.0 by ArnoutVdV
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
The Schomminkel is an absolute beast where you can bring out all the gunpowder. Once you've crossed the Kwadestraat the real work starts. Before that you can enjoy the landscape to the left and to the right. When the climbing starts, it's best not to throw away all the powder at once. The... read more
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Cycling routes

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Name Distance Total ascent Climbs
On the roads of Ghent-Wevelgem
On the roads of Ghent-Wevelgem
146.7km 1616m 40
Tour of Kassel
Tour of Kassel
5.0
112.6km 1270m 25

Statistics

Baneberg from Westouter via Schomminkelstraat
This climb
West-Flemish Hills
236 climbs
Westhoek
256 climbs
West Flanders
596 climbs
Flanders
2722 climbs
Belgium
8033 climbs
Europe
46314 climbs
Difficulty points
60
rank
33
62% easier than
Mont Kemmel
rank
11
62% easier than
Mont Kemmel
rank
11
62% easier than
Mont Kemmel
rank
59
64% easier than
Fiertelmeers
rank
1505
82% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
26619
Average gradient
4.8%
rank
50
59% less steep than
Kemmelberg from Belvédère
rank
26
59% less steep than
Kemmelberg from Belvédère
rank
61
62% less steep than
Bocheldreef from Duinbergen
rank
562
70% less steep than
Felix Sohiestraat
rank
2756
73% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
25772
84% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
2km
rank
62
51% shorter than
Hoekjes from Dranouter
rank
37
51% shorter than
Hoekjes from Dranouter
rank
60
51% shorter than
Hoekjes from Dranouter
rank
286
70% shorter than
Rijksweg from Leupegem
rank
1911
88% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Raalkopf
rank
24968
Total ascent
93m
rank
40
33% less ascent than
Mont Cassel from Zuytpeene
rank
13
rank
13
rank
38
32% less ascent than
Hotond via Hoogbergstraat
rank
1416
80% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
25745

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
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Road surface condition

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Traffic

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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:16:47
11 km/h 00:10:41
15 km/h 00:07:50
19 km/h 00:06:11

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Reviews (2)

WouterDK
2 y 5.0
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Beautiful climb through an almost idyllic landscape. It is done in steps so the steeper parts are quite manageable. After the second steep staircase, pay attention to the main road and then the last bit via the winding road at a higher percentage than indicated here.

Mooie beklimming door een bijna idyllisch landschap. Deze doet zich in trapjes voor dus de steilere stukken zijn heel doenbaar. Na de tweede steile trap even opletten op de grote baan en daarna dat laatste stukje via de slingerende weg aan toch wel een hoger percentage dan hier aangegeven staat.

ArnoutVdV
3 y 5.0
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The Schomminkel is an absolute beast where you can bring out all the gunpowder. Once you've crossed the Kwadestraat the real work starts. Before that you can enjoy the landscape to the left and to the right. When the climbing starts, it's best not to throw away all the powder at once. The last 400 meters of the Schomminkel is a two-stage rocket: just after the first steep part, you have a few dozens of meters to let your heart rate drop a few beats before you start the final wall. I myself am far from being a climber, so I only try to pedal on this last part as a last resort to finish the Schomminkel street. When arriving at the top, pay attention to the crossing of the busy road. Follow the slightly sloping bike path for 200 meters and you will arrive at the Banenberg (or 'Bananenberg according to Jan-Willem van Schip). This is a small beer opposite the Schomminkelstraat, but it's a lot of pulling and hauling to get to the top. It is best to catch your breath at the top, because the descents in all directions are quite fast, sometimes technical/dangerous because of the road surface or the fall of the leaves!

De Schomminkel is een absoluut beest waar je al het buskruit mag bovenhalen. Eenmaal je de Kwadestraat gekruist hebt, begint het echte werk. Daarvoor kan je nog even links en rechts genieten van het landschap. Wanneer het klimmen begint, verschiet je best niet alle poeder in één keer. De laatste 400 meter van de Schomminkel is een tweetrapsraket: net na het eerste steile gedeelte heb je enkele tientallen meters om de hartslag enkele slagen te laten zakken voor je aan de laatste muur begint. Ikzelf ben verre van een klimgeit, dus probeer ik pas op dit laatste gedeelte op de trappers te staan als laatste redmiddel om de Schomminkelstraat af te werken. Als je boven komt even opletten bij het oversteken van de drukke baan. Het licht hellende fietspad 200 meter volgen en je komt aan de Banenberg (of 'Bananenberg volgens Jan-Willem van Schip). Dit is klein bier tegenover de Schomminkelstraat, maar het is toch trekken en sleuren om redelijk deftig boven te geraken. Best boven even op adem komen, want de afdalingen alle kanten op zijn toch vrij snel, soms technisch/gevaarlijk vanwege het wegdek of bladerval!