Mur de Huy
The Mur de Huy is a col with a length of 1.2 kilometer. This is a category 4 col. It is located in Huy, Région wallonne, Belgium. The average grade of this col is 9.8% with a maximum of 18.2%. The Mur de Huy ascents from 88 meter at the start, to 209 meter at the top, with a total of 121 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||121 m|
|Average grade||9.8 %|
|Maximum grade||18.2 %|
|Minimum elevation||88 m|
|Maximum elevation||209 m|
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The Mur de Huy is a path of chapels that sees cycling pilgrims are struggling to lose their minds.
It is also known as le Chemin des Chapelles (English: The Path of the Chapels) because of the seven chapels along its route. The Mur de Huy was first included in the programme of the Flèche Wallonne in 1982, but it is not yet used as a finish. It was not until the 1985 edition that the race ended at the top of the wall. That year, victory went to Claude Criquielion, who since 2015 has had a memorial stone in his honour at the point where the slope exceeds 20%. It also served as the finish for the second stage of the 2015 Tour de France.
- La Flèche Wallonne 1982-2021 (since 1985 finish climb)
- Baloise Belgium Tour 2014 - Stage 5
- Tour de France 2015 - Stage 2
- Baloise Belgium Tour 2018 - Stage 4