969 Points – A truly daunting climb with 43 switchbacks and a sometimes very poor road surface. After admiring Mont Blanc from the summit, it is best to traverse the pass and descend its eastern side.
1150 Points – Thirty numbered switchbacks rise out of the valley to La Plagne, in the heart of the mountains. The climb is fitted with kilometre posts and a timing system. Contact the tourist office for... Read more
Heading north, this 45-km route joins the famous "Lake Geneva to the Sea", cycle route at Chanaz, a picturesque village beside the Canal de Savières. Heading south, it joins the Combe de Savoie section... Read more
The Col du Granier is an easy ascent, as the gradient is never more than moderately steep and there are flatter sections on which to recover. The good road surface, reasonable length and pleasant scenery,... Read more
This long climb on a perfectly surfaced road is divided into two distinct sections by a 0.6-km descent. The first section rises at a relatively constant gradient of 6.5% for 8 km; the second section is... Read more
After 2 km on a shady road at a gradient of 8%, a 2-km descent provides a welcome respite before the upper section of the climb. Here, the gradient is very irregular and the open meadows offer almost no... Read more