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Tag Archives: Tour de France

Grueling climb
Mont Ventoux
  • France
  • 1.912m
  • 21.3km

Mont Ventoux (1.912m) got some impressive nick names, not only because of the climb itself, but also you can be fighting against strong winds and huge temperature difference.

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Slow Killer
Col du Tourmalet
  • France
  • 2.115m
  • 18.5km

Col du Tourmalet (2.115m) is the highest paved climb in the French Pyrenees. Nicked named as the terrible mountain, this climb is a slow killer with a final punch at the end.

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Bucketlist
Col du Glandon
  • France
  • 1.924m
  • 22.2km

Col du Glandon (1.924m), first used in Tour de France in 1947, is maybe not as long as the Col du Galibier nor as relentless as Alpe d’Huez, but still some think it’s harder than both!

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Never fun but it is Epic
Col du Galibier
  • France
  • 2.645m
  • 35.1km

Col du Galibier (2.645m) can be reached via Col du Télégraphe and Col du Lautaret. Although the Col du Galibier can be climbed from both sides, the traditional ascent is from the north starting in Valloire. The Col du Galibier is “never fun”, according to the world’s best cyclists. Not...

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Three sided climb
Col de la Croix de Fer
  • France
  • 2.067m
  • 32.0km

Col de la Croix de Fer (2.067m) also known as Pass of the Iron Cross, can be climbed from three sides, so it has something for every rider. All sides can be classified as a Hors Catégorie (HC).

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