The Rosenberg is a col with a length of 607 meter. It is located in Comines-Warneton, Wallonie, Belgium. The average grade of this col is 3.7% with a maximum of 5.6%. The Rosenberg ascents from 17 meter at the start, to 40 meter at the top, with a total of 23 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||23 m|
|Average grade||3.7 %|
|Maximum grade||5.6 %|
|Minimum elevation||17 m|
|Maximum elevation||40 m|
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The name of the slope comes from the family name Rozenbois who used to own the land. We now drive in the province of Hainaut. During the First World War the hill was known to the British as Hill 63. In his golden years, Frank Vandenbroucke sprinted up here on the big blade. The Rosenberg was once included in the Franco-Belge route, from 2011 the Eurométropole Tour. In 2017 Ghent-Wevelgem will climb the slope, this after the loop over the Plugstreets.
Hellingenroute Heuvelland with a slope number 34.