Cycling Nordseter Lillehammer

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Nordseter - Lillehammer

Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 4.3 %

Length: 15.6 km

Altitude start: 135 m

Altitude top: 820 m

Ascent: 685 m

Maximum: 13 %

Nordseter rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 4750 (all)
Ranking Norway: 99 (all)
Ranking Nevelfjellet: 1(all)
Difficulty score: 54.27 what?

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The Nordseter is situated in Oppland. This climb belongs to the Nevelfjellet. Starting from Lillehammer, the Nordseter ascent is 15.6 km long. Over this distance, you climb 685 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 4.3 %. The maximum slope is 13 %.

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Story by henk vd voorden from alblasserdam, Nederland, submitted on 21/07/2015
From Lillehammer first a steady going climb. You pass by the Olympic ski jump arena . From halfway the climb is varying a lot from small steep parts to short descends. The last part in Nordsetter is quite steep.
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