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The Keizersberg, also known locally as "den Boelenberg", is the best known hill in Leuven. The winding climb is 400 meters long and has an average gradient of 6.5%, with peaks above 10%. Along the Keizerberg lies the characteristic enclosure wall of the Keizersberg Abbey. At the top, you turn right into the Albert Woutersstraat and another 150 meters of slope will follow.

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