Wijndries from Wersbeek

Elevation profile Wijndries from Wersbeek
Elevation profile Wijndries from Wersbeek
Elevation profile Wijndries from Wersbeek
26
difficulty points
5.1%
avg. gradient
11.7%
steepest 100 meter
0.6km
length
33m
total ascent

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Wijndries from Wersbeek is a climb in the region Hageland. It is 0.6km long and bridges 33 vertical meters with an average gradient of 5.1%, resulting in a difficulty score of 26. The top of the ascent is located at 79 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 3 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 4 photos.

Road name: Wijndriesstraat

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
Spicy and fun climb, starts with gentle rise then turns to get steeper. Can surprise you and that hurts.... read more
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Wijndries from Wersbeek
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Wijndries from Wersbeek
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Wijndries from Wersbeek
This climb
Hageland
218 climbs
Belgium
4040 climbs
Europe
16199 climbs
Difficulty points
26
rank
38
45% easier than
Kesselberg from Kesseldal
rank
2247
92% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
12755
Average gradient
5.1%
rank
59
58% less steep than
Maaldersstraat from Aarschot
rank
1470
70% less steep than
Edelstrasse from Eupen
rank
7734
81% less steep than
Calçada das Carquejeiras
Length
0.6km
rank
134
rank
3135
rank
14446
Total ascent
33m
rank
103
45% less ascent than
Bollenberg via Kwade Schuur
rank
2798
rank
13871
99% less ascent than
Pico Veleta

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
0 hairpin turns

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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:05:30
11 km/h 00:03:30
15 km/h 00:02:34
19 km/h 00:02:01

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Reviews/stories (3)

schurie
1 Mo 00:02:10 (17.8km/h)
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Spicy and fun climb, starts with gentle rise then turns to get steeper. Can surprise you and that hurts.

Pittige en leuke klim, begint met zachte stijging en draait dan om steiler te worden. Kan je verrassen en dat doet pijn.

Andre
3 Mo
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Indeed as Robbe says the most beautiful slope in this area and quite tough . The middle part can hurt with its double digits. Nice that the slope is not just a straight road as you often have here. Definitely in the top ten of the Hageland but no top 5 listing.

Inderdaad zoals Robbe zegt de mooiste helling in deze directe buurt en best pittig . Het middenstuk kan pijn doen met zijn dubbele cijfers. Leuk dat de helling niet gewoon een rechte weg is wat je veelal hebt hier. Zeker in de top tien van het Hageland maar geen top 5 notering.

Robbe_Buls
5 Mo
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It is not the best known slope in the region. That honour will be reserved for the Grasbos (a forest), the Schoonhovendreef (a road), the Chartreuzeberg or the Houwaartseberg. But as far as I'm concerned, the Wijndries should be part of this list. It's a hollow road, typical for the region. As soon as you turn around behind the church, the road starts to slope through the orchards. Then you could enter the hollow road and the misery starts. It hurts to keep it on the big slab. And at the top you come into the wind. It is steeper than the Grasbos and longer than the Schoonhovendreef (at least the steep part). One of the most difficult in the Hageland. (PS. At the top you can turn left towards Molenbeek to climb the cobblestone Kerkstraat. Less difficult, but beautiful. And cobblestones).

Het is niet de allerbekendste helling in de regio. Die eer zal voor het Grasbos, de Schoonhovendreef, de Chartreuzeberg of de Houwaartseberg zijn weggelegd. Maar wat mij betreft mag, wat zeg ik: moet, de Wijndries in deze lijst. Het is een holle weg, wat typerend is voor de streek. Vanaf je achter de kerk wegdraait, begint het licht te hellen door de boomgaarden. Dan kon je in de holle weg en begint de miserie. Het doet pijn om hem op de grote plaat te houden. En boven kom je in de wind. Ze is steiler dan het Grasbos en langer de de Schoonhovendreef (toch zeker dan het steile stuk). Een van de lastigste van het Hageland. (PS. Je kan op de top naar links draaien richting Molenbeek om daar de bekasseide Kerkstraat te beklimmen. Minder lastig, maar wel mooi. En kasseien!)

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