Elevation profile Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Elevation profile Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Elevation profile Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
126
difficulty points
3%
avg. gradient
7%
steepest 100 meters
10.8km
length
324m
total ascent

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Signal de Botrange from Jalhay is a climb in the region Valleys of the Vesdre, de l'Amblève et de l'Ourthe. It is 10.8km long and bridges 324 vertical meters with an average gradient of 3%, resulting in a difficulty score of 126. The top of the ascent is located at 694 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 10 photos.

Road names: Bolimpont (N672), Beuleu (N672), Fermes en Fagnes (N672), Hestreux (N68) & Rue de Botrange (N676) & Rue de Botrange (N676)

3.0 by Fedor
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
Except for its length, this climb is not physically tough, but mentally it hurts because especially the first part seems endless with a long stretch in the beginning until the first bend, which you can really see going up from Jalhay, and the last dead straight stretch of almost 3 kilometres until t... read more
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Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay

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Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
This climb
Valleys of the Vesdre, de l'Amblève et de l'Ourthe
486 climbs
Liège Province
1763 climbs
Belgian Ardennes
2846 climbs
Ardennes
3460 climbs
Wallonia
5181 climbs
Belgium
8008 climbs
Europe
45506 climbs
Difficulty points
126
rank
115
61% easier than
Super Stockeu from Stavelot
rank
188
61% easier than
Super Stockeu from Stavelot
rank
259
63% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
375
rank
293
63% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
297
63% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
17078
Average gradient
3%
rank
462
80% less steep than
Fort Embourg via Rue du Fort
rank
1601
82% less steep than
Edelstrasse from Eupen
rank
2554
83% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
3125
87% less steep than
Kuesselt from Welscheid
rank
4284
83% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
6027
83% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
40089
90% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
10.8km
rank
7
rank
13
34% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
21
34% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
23
34% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
21
34% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
21
34% shorter than
Pannensterzkopf via Ternell
rank
4468
Total ascent
324m
rank
14
32% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
21
32% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
27
32% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
34
32% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
27
32% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
27
32% less ascent than
Signal de Botrange from Membach
rank
10252

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Climbing times

7 km/h 01:32:42
11 km/h 00:58:59
15 km/h 00:43:15
19 km/h 00:34:09

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Reviews (1)

Fedor
9 Mo 3.0
This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch. Show original

Except for its length, this climb is not physically tough, but mentally it hurts because especially the first part seems endless with a long stretch in the beginning until the first bend, which you can really see going up from Jalhay, and the last dead straight stretch of almost 3 kilometres until the road from Eupen (at the end nice views to the back!). The bulk of this does have a good cycle lane. Thank goodness because cars're often driven very fast there. Then you come to the road to Malmedy which fortunately has some more bends and where the percentages soon decrease. From Baraque Michel on there is only a slight slope. By the way, the last part now also has a bicycle lane.
Hard to gauge this one: Fun? Mwah... of course it's a good challenge with lots of altimeters. And there's not really an alternative from Jalhay. The fact that large parts have a bicycle lane does make a difference and the surroundings are beautiful.

Op de lengte na is deze klim fysiek niet zwaar, maar mentaal doet deze wel pijn want vooral het eerste deel lijkt eindeloos te duren met in het begin een lang stuk tot de eerste bocht, wat je vanuit Jalhay echt ziet oplopen, en het laatste kaarsrechte stuk van vrijwel 3 kilometer tot de weg vanuit Eupen (op het eind mooi uitzicht naar achteren!). Het grootse deel hiervan heeft wel een goede fietsstrook. Gelukkig maar want er wordt door de auto's vaak heel hard gereden. Daarna kom je op de weg naar Malmedy waar gelukkig wat meer bochten in zitten en waarbij de percentages al snel afnemen. Vanaf Baraque Michel is er nog maar een lichte glooiing. Het laatste deel heeft trouwens tegenwoordig ook een fietsstrook.
Moeilijk te peilen deze: Leuk? Mwah... het is natuurlijk wel een goede uitdaging met veel hoogtemeters. En een alternatief is er niet echt vanuit Jalhay. Feit dat grote delen een fietsstrook hebben scheelt iig wel en de omgeving is fraai.

Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay
Signal de Botrange from Jalhay