Belgium is home to some of cycling's most holy climbs. The Kwaremont, Paterberg, Muur Van Geraardsbergen and the rest of them are well known by fans and riders alike, but the extent of Belgium's riding opportunities doesn't end with these headline acts. Our friends at www.cyclist.co.uk selected some of the best climbs in the Vlaamse Ardennen of East Flanders, an area known for its prominence in the Tour of Flanders, and Heuvelland in West Flanders, which means 'Hill Country', and is used a lot by Gent-Wevelgem.Some of these segments do appear in pro races from time to time, but 'Cyclist' tried to choose ones that they usually miss out. Good luck finding them on your next pilgrimmage.

Distance 0.8km Altimeters 53m
Distance 0.5km Altimeters 24m
Distance 1km Altimeters 59m
Distance 1.5km Altimeters 83m
Distance 27km Altimeters 23m
Distance 2.9km Altimeters 116m
Distance 1.5km Altimeters 109m