Ubachsberg Bergseweg

Voerendaal, Netherlands

The Ubachsberg Bergseweg is a col with a length of 2.6 kilometer. It is located in Voerendaal, Limburg, Netherlands. The average grade of this col is 3.4% with a maximum of 7.8%. The Ubachsberg Bergseweg ascents from 96 meter at the start, to 181 meter at the top, with a total of 85 ascending meters.


Ubachsberg Bergseweg Profile


Distance 2.6 km
Elevation gain 85 m
Average grade 3.4 %
Maximum grade 7.8 %
Climb category None
Minimum elevation 96 m
Maximum elevation 181 m

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Bergseweg is a climb from Voerendaal to Ubachsberg in Limburg. The climb was the main slope in the 1967 World Championships, when Eddy Merckx defeated Jan Janssen with a few centimeters in the final sprint in Heerlen. Every year this climb is in the route of the Amstel Gold Race and at the top a revitalization takes place.

- UCI Road World Championships 1967
- Amstel Gold Race 1968, 1970, 1971, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1997, 2012-2019
- Eneco Tour 2015 - Stage 6