Côte de Cherave
The Côte de Cherave is a col with a length of 1.4 kilometer. This is a category 4 col. It is located in Huy, Région wallonne, Belgium. The average grade of this col is 7.6% with a maximum of 13.8%. The Côte de Cherave ascents from 81 meter at the start, to 189 meter at the top, with a total of 108 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||108 m|
|Average grade||7.6 %|
|Maximum grade||13.8 %|
|Minimum elevation||81 m|
|Maximum elevation||189 m|
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The Côte de Cherave is a climb on Rue de Cherave in the Belgian city of Huy. The climb starts west of the city centre of Huy. Through the Bois de Chaumont, the slope leads to the Chaussée de Dinant.
It was for the first time in the Fleche Wallonne in 2015 and 3 months later in the Tour de France. In 2020 they exchanged this climb for the Côte du Chemin des Gueuses and therefore not in the course anymore.
- Tour de France 2015 - Stage 2
- La Fleche Wallonne 2015-2019