Rue du Mystère from Forest

Elevation profile Rue du Mystère from Forest
Elevation profile Rue du Mystère from Forest
Elevation profile Rue du Mystère from Forest
38
difficulty points
11.3%
avg. gradient
14.8%
steepest 100 meters
0.3km
length
33m
total ascent

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Rue du Mystère from Forest is a climb in the region Brussels-Capital Region. It is 0.3km long and bridges 33 vertical meters with an average gradient of 11.3%, resulting in a difficulty score of 38. The top of the ascent is located at 75 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 8 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 1 photo.

Road name: Rue du Mystère

by Rogier
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
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Rue du Mystère from Forest
This climb
Brussels-Capital Region
80 climbs
Belgium
6092 climbs
Europe
24150 climbs
Difficulty points
38
rank
9
40% easier than
Kauwberg from Dieweg
rank
2100
89% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
16001
Average gradient
11.3%
rank
2
rank
57
36% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
603
62% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
0.3km
rank
67
86% shorter than
Dieweg from Uccle
rank
5892
98% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
23740
Total ascent
33m
rank
44
rank
3968
rank
20087

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

Road surface condition

100% 0% 0%
Based on 6 votes
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Traffic

86% 14% 0%
Based on 7 votes
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:02:32
11 km/h 00:01:36
15 km/h 00:01:11
19 km/h 00:00:56

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Reviews/stories (8)

ldestrument
3 w 00:01:43 (10.3km/h)
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I have just done this little "mythical" coast of the Brussels world. I had a great time! The dead-end street and the fact that it was outside of school hours made the experience very serene and allowed me to concentrate fully on the effort.
To be repeated with friends!

Je viens de faire cette petite côte "mythique" du monde bruxellois. Je me suis bien amusé ! La rue en cul-de-sac et le passage hors des horaires scolaires rendent l'expérience très sereine et permettent de se concentrer pleinement sur l'effort à fournir.
A refaire avec des potes !

MV_079
5 Mo 00:01:28 (12.1km/h)
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Nice climb along the Dudenpark. On the way, you will probably pass the beautiful stadium of Union Saint-Gilloise. Profile seems incorrect, the second part is really much steeper than the first, my gps even indicated 17%. In terms of percentages, it reminded me of the Dutch Eyserbosweg

Mooi klimmetje langs het Dudenpark. In aanloop kom je waarschijnlijk nog langs het schitterende stadion van Union Saint-Gilloise. Profiel lijkt niet te kloppen, het tweede gedeelte is echt veel steiler dan de eerste, mijn gps gaf zelfs 17% aan. Qua percentages deed het denken aan de Nederlandse Eyserbosweg

Ossie158
1 y
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Steep short pimple, because it is closed at the top for cars also nice and quiet. However, to get there quite busy

Steil kort puistje, doordat deze bovenaan is afgesloten voor auto's ook lekker rustig. Echter om er te geraken best wel druk

macamelb
1 y
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A small wall that runs alongside the Parc Duden and offsets the 30m difference in height in a straight line of less than 400m. The Tour de France passed through here and there in the 60s and 70s, and the top is blocked off to cars. The climb is divided into two parts with a flat area in between. The second part is by far the most demanding. It is possible to extend the pleasure via the false flat offered by Avenue Victor Rousseau up to Altitude Cent (by turning left at the top).

Petit mur qui longe le Parc Duden et qui en compense le dénivelé de 30m en une ligne droite de moins de 400m. Lieu de passage du tour de France à l'une ou l'autre reprise dans les année 60/70, elle est barrée pour les voitures au sommet. La côte se décompose en deux parties avec un replat entre les deux. La deuxième partie est de loin la plus exigeante. Possibilité de prolonger la plaisir via le faux plat qu'offre l'Avenue Victor Rousseau jusque l'Altitude Cent (en tournant à gauche au sommet).

Floris98
1 y
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A short solid wall in Brussels. I passed here when there was just a school out. So it was very busy at the foot and thus difficult to start. It is steep here, but because of the short length it is doable. If you then turn left at the top (watch out, there is no real intersection!) the road goes up for a long time and you can't recover very well if you have gone all out.

Een kort stevig muurtje in Brussel. Ik passeerde hier toen er net een school uit was. Dus het was erg druk aan de voet en zodoende moeizaam opstarten. Het is hier steil, maar door de korte lengte zeker doenbaar. Als je vervolgens bovenaan links afslaat (opletten, er is geen echte kruising!) loopt het wegdek nog heel lang door omhoog en kun je niet zo lekker herstellen als je all out bent gegaan.

Franck_Pastor
1 y
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In fact, I can't think of a more difficult climb in the Brussels area than this one. Only the rue Dupont in Schaerbeek, near the North Station, can compete with it, and even then.

Bollards at the top prevent all four-wheeled vehicles from passing but do not hinder cyclists. However, you have to be careful when you get there, as the traffic on the Avenue Victor Rousseau can be heavy and there are often cars parked just behind the bollards that impede visibility. If you turn left at the top (again, be careful!) via this avenue Rousseau, you can extend the ascent to the place de l'Altitude 100, one of the highest points in the region, but the slope becomes insignificant and you have to deal with the traffic.

En fait, je ne vois pas dans la région bruxelloise de montée plus difficile que celle-ci. Seule la rue Dupont à Schaerbeek, près de la gare du Nord, peut lui faire concurrence, et encore.

Des potelets au sommet empêchent tout véhicule à quatre roues de passer mais ne gênent pas les cyclistes. Par contre il faut être prudent quand on y arrive, la circulation sur l'avenue Victor Rousseau peut être intense et il y a souvent des voitures parquées juste derrière les potelets qui gênent la visibilité. En tournant à gauche au sommet (prudence, encore !) via cette avenue Rousseau, on peut prolonger l'ascension jusqu'à la place de l'Altitude 100, un des points culminants de la région, mais la pente devient anodine et il faut assumer le trafic.

Rogier
1 y
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We have added the Rue Dupont https://climbfinder.com/fr/montees/rue-dupont-bruxelles-nord-schaarbeek

Xim
1 y

Probably one of the steepest climbs of Brussels.
No traffic, nice green environment.
Perfect for interval training as you can make a loop with little traffic

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