Côte de La Redoute

Coordinates: 50°29′26″N 5°42′19″E / 50.49056°N 5.70528°E / 50.49056; 5.70528
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50°29′26″N 5°42′19″E / 50.49056°N 5.70528°E / 50.49056; 5.70528

Côte de La Redoute
La Redoute.jpg
Lower slopes of the climb of La Redoute
LocationWallonia Wallonia
Belgium Belgium
StartRemouchamps, Aywaille
Gain in altitude161 m (528 ft)
Length of climb1.65 km (1.03 mi)
Maximum elevation292 m (958 ft)
Average gradient9.5 %
Maximum gradient22 %
Monument at the top in memory of the French-Austrian War of 1792

The Côte de La Redoute is a climb, often included in the Liège–Bastogne–Liège cycle route. It is located in Wallonia in the municipality of Aywaille and its incline is 1.6 km long with an average of 9.5%. It is named after a redoubt in the battle of Sprimont, which occurred at the village of Fontin, which is located on it, in the municipality of Esneux. It also runs along an access route to autoroute E25 level with the town of Remouchamps. The region is the birthplace of cyclist Philippe Gilbert.