Ramberg

Elevation profile Ramberg
Elevation profile Ramberg
Elevation profile Ramberg
cobbles (along the entire length)
33
difficulty points
11.2%
avg. gradient
13.6%
steepest 100 meters
0.2km
length
17m
total ascent

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Ramberg is a climb in the region Dijleland. It is 0.2km long and bridges 17 vertical meters with an average gradient of 11.2%, resulting in a difficulty score of 33. The top of the ascent is located at 40 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 3 reviews/stories of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Pater Damiaanplein & Ramberg

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
The regulatory alternative of St Anthony's Mountain. The length and gradient of this stone pile invites you to go full throttle upwards. That makes this 'slope' so nice to do. The cobblestones/clinkers are in a relatively good condition, the students and walkers who walk there som... read more
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Ramberg
This climb
Dijleland
180 climbs
Flemish Brabant
717 climbs
Flanders
2171 climbs
Belgium
6055 climbs
Europe
23210 climbs
Difficulty points
33
rank
50
60% easier than
Moskesstraat from Terlanen
rank
107
60% easier than
Moskesstraat from Terlanen
rank
242
80% easier than
Fiertelmeers
rank
2377
90% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
16044
Average gradient
11.2%
rank
2
7% less steep than
Vosdellestraat
rank
4
12% less steep than
Maaldersstraat from Aarschot
rank
8
13% less steep than
Paterberg
rank
60
37% less steep than
La Goulette from Olloy-sur-Viroin
rank
610
62% less steep than
Calçada do Rêgo Lameiro
Length
0.2km
rank
178
94% shorter than
Maleizen via Boslaan
rank
714
97% shorter than
Overaad via Nieuwenhove
rank
2156
97% shorter than
Overaad via Nieuwenhove
rank
6032
99% shorter than
Baraque de Fraiture
rank
23171
Total ascent
17m
rank
164
76% less ascent than
Ottenburg via Terlaenenstraat
rank
661
82% less ascent than
Sanatoriumstraat from Lakenberg
rank
1833
89% less ascent than
Hotond
rank
5631
rank
22422

Classification

Famous climb
Beautiful scenery
Hidden gem
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:01:18
11 km/h 00:00:49
15 km/h 00:00:36
19 km/h 00:00:28

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Reviews/stories (3)

StevenVGH
3 Mo
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The regulatory alternative of St Anthony's Mountain.

The length and gradient of this stone pile invites you to go full throttle upwards. That makes this 'slope' so nice to do.
The cobblestones/clinkers are in a relatively good condition, the students and walkers who walk there sometimes form a bigger nuisance.

Nice to do if you want to ride the World Cup loop in Leuven, but I would not necessarily descend for it.

Het reglementaire alternatief van de Sint-Antoniusberg.

De lengte en hellingsgraad van deze stenen puist nodigt uit om volgas omhoog te vlammen. Dat maakt deze 'helling' zo fijn om te doen.
De kasseien/klinkers liggen er relatief goed bij, de studenten en wandelaars die er lopen vormen soms een grotere hinder.

Fijn om eens te doen als je de WK-lus in Leuven wilt rijden, maar ik zou er niet per se voor afzakken.

Robbe_Buls
8 Mo
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Is this a slope? For the students who have to go up drunkenly on their rusty bikes, maybe, yes. But apart from that. You have to ride up at the right side of the little church of Sint Damiaan. If you go up on the left (the Sint-Antoniusberg), you go where Alaphilippe left off from the breakaway in the 2021 World Cup. Although that had more to do with the fact that the rest couldn't react on every attack, than the slope of this street. Small tip: do choose for the Ramberg, because the Sint-Antoniusberg is a one-way street from top to bottom and the cops in Leuven are quite precise. But anyway: this is far from a worthwhile trip. The whole city center of Leuven is to be avoided. I would drive around Leuven, that's nicer, quieter and more difficult.

Is dit een helling? Voor de studenten die dronken op hun verroeste fiets omhoog moeten misschien wel, ja. Maar voorts. Je moet rechts van het kerkje van Sint Damiaan naar boven rijden. Als je links omhoog rijdt (de Sint-Antoniusberg), dan rijd je waar Alaphilippe wegreed van de kopgroep in het WK van 2021. Al had dat er meer mee te maken dat de rest niet op elke aanval kon reageren, dan de helling van deze straat. Kleine tip: kies toch voor de Ramberg, want de Sint-Antoniusberg is enkelrichting van boven naar beneden en de agenten van Leuven zijn nogal precies. Maar sowieso: dit is verre van de moeite waard. Heel Leuven centrum is te mijden. Ik zou rond Leuven rijden, dat is mooier, rustiger en lastiger.

Franck
11 Mo
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A very short paved raid, but which may be surprising given its location in the heart of Leuven.

Note that the parallel called Sint-Antoniusberg is in the local circuit of the world championships on September 26, 2021.

Raidard pavé très court mais qui peut surprendre vu sa situation en plein cœur de Louvain.

À noter que la parallèle appelée Sint-Antoniusberg figure dans le circuit local des championnats du monde du 26 septembre 2021.

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