The Teufelsberg is a col with a length of 584 meter. It is located in Berlin, Berlin, Germany. The average grade of this col is 8.7% with a maximum of 13.2%. The Teufelsberg ascents from 40 meter at the start, to 90 meter at the top, with a total of 51 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||51 m|
|Average grade||8.7 %|
|Maximum grade||13.2 %|
|Minimum elevation||40 m|
|Maximum elevation||90 m|
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On the mountain are the striking buildings of a flight control and surveillance station of the US forces. It was named after the Teufelssee (Devil's Lake) in its southerly vicinity. The hill is made of debris and rubble, and covers an unfinished Nazi military-technical college (Wehrtechnische Fakultät). During the Cold War, there was a U.S. listening station on the hill, Field Station Berlin.
Jens Voigt, climbing and descending the Teufelsberg in his Everest Challenge to reach over 8848 metres and raise €25,000 for cancer sufferers.