CYCLING

ROAD CYCLING IN THE NORTHERN ALPS

Cycling here in French Alps should be on every keen cyclists things-I-must-do list. Amazing alpine scenery and a rich road cycling history combine to make a fantastic location for your cycling holiday.

COLS & CLIMBS


The following are some of the nearby climbs and cols.



Col de la Madeleine
The Col de la Madeleine featured in the 2012 Tour de France, the 24th time it has appeared on the tour. It climbs up from La Lechere to a height of 2000m over a distance of 26km.

Col de la Madeleine info/map



Cormet de Roselend
The Cormet de Roselend is another classic alpine pass, connecting Bourg St Maurice in the Tarentaise Valley with Beaufort in the Beaufortain Valley. The col is a steady climb up to 1968 metres.

Cormet de Roselend info/map



Col du Petit St Bernard
The Col du Petit St Bernard passes from Bourg St Maurice in France to Pre St Didier on the Italian side. From Bourg it is a long climb at around 28kms but with an average gradient of less than 5%

Col du Petit St Bernard info/map



Courchevel
The Courchevel valley is next to the valley des allues(Meribel valley) so easily accessible from the chalet. The climb from Carrey is 17km long and finishes at the Courchevel Altiport at 1900m.

Courchevel info/map




Col des Saisies

Col des Aravis

Col du Glandon

Col du Galibier

Alpe d'Huez

Col de Tamie

Meribel-Mottaret

Val Thorens





CONTACT


UK

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FRANCE

Chalet Grange a Charlotte, Les Allues
France 73350
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