Côte du Malgré-Tout
The Côte du Malgré-Tout is a col with a length of 4.6 kilometer. This is a category 2 col. It is located in Revin, Champagne-Ardenne, France. The average grade of this col is 6.2% with a maximum of 10.1%. The Côte du Malgré-Tout ascents from 156 meter at the start, to 452 meter at the top, with a total of 295 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||295 m|
|Average grade||6.2 %|
|Maximum grade||10.1 %|
|Minimum elevation||156 m|
|Maximum elevation||452 m|
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The Côte du Malgré-Tout, also called Mont Malgré-Tout or Mont Tranet, is a slope that starts in the Meuse valley in Revin.
The first 3 kilometers have an average gradient of about 9.5% (with peaks above 15%). The last 2 kilometers to the top are significantly flatter, averaging about 2% so that the whole climb has an average percentage of 6.4%.
The Côte du Malgré-Tout was the decisive factor in the Critérium International organized in this region between 2001 and 2009. The climb was repeatedly included in the long stage of the race.
From the last hairpin bend, the Mont Malgré-Tout offers a view of the Meuse valley.