The Waseberg is a col with a length of 653 meter. It is located in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany. The average grade of this col is 10.8% with a maximum of 13.8%. The Waseberg ascents from 3 meter at the start, to 73 meter at the top, with a total of 69 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||69 m|
|Average grade||10.8 %|
|Maximum grade||13.8 %|
|Minimum elevation||3 m|
|Maximum elevation||73 m|
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The ascent to the Waseberg, from the banks of the Elbe up to the centre of Blankenese, is one of the steepest in Hamburg with its 70 metres of altitude difference and an average gradient of over 10%. Its length is about 700 meters. The first 400 metres run along the Falkentaler Weg and the actual Waseberg then begins after a sharp right turn.
Since 1997, the Waseberg has therefore been run over several times a year by the world cycling elite at the Cyclassics Hamburg, a German World Tour race.
- HEW Cyclassics 1996-2005
- Vattenfall Cyclassics 2006-2015
- Euroeyes Cyclassics 2016-2018