Cycling Mont-Saint Nicolas Vianden

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Mont-Saint Nicolas - Vianden


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 4 %

Length: 6.64 km

Height start: 210 m

Height top: 482 m

Ascent: 272 m

Maximum: 10 %

Mont-Saint Nicolas rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 9549 (all)
Ranking Luxembourg: 31 (all)
Ranking Ardennes: 6 (all)
Difficulty score: 25.96 what?

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Description

Mooie klim die begint in het dorp vanaf de brug. In het dorp rij je over kasseien nadien wordt de weg breder. De weg is goed onderhouden. Je moet enkel oppassen voor motorrijders die deze klim als een racecircuit beschouwen.

The Mont-Saint Nicolas is situated in Diekirch. This climb belongs to the Ardennes. Starting from Vianden, the Mont-Saint Nicolas ascent is 6.64 km long. Over this distance, you climb 272 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 4 %. The maximum slope is 10 %.

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