Leuven, Belgium

The Sint-Antoniusberg is a col with a length of 178 meter. It is located in Leuven, Flanders, Belgium. The average grade of this col is 6.7% with a maximum of 8.9%. The Sint-Antoniusberg ascents from 24 meter at the start, to 35 meter at the top, with a total of 12 ascending meters.


Sint-Antoniusberg Profile


Distance 178 m
Elevation gain 12 m
Average grade 6.7 %
Maximum grade 8.9 %
Climb category None
Minimum elevation 24 m
Maximum elevation 35 m

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St. Anthony's Mountain is named after the St. Anthony's Chapel at the foot of the "mountain". The saints venerated there are the Virgin Mary, Anthony of Egypt, Joseph of Nazareth and Father Damien. The latter is also buried in the crypt. But since the Leuven World Cup, Sint-Antoniusberg has also become known among cycling enthusiasts. Julian Alaphilippe rode away from the rest and became the winner of the World cycling championships.