The Col is at 1450 metres. I certainly found it, but there was no sign to be found. The road continues above the Col for three more steep kms before become a gravel path.
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Saturday morning Doreen and I cycled Col des Glières on another special bike-only day.
One of my favourite winter alps climbs.
Yes, this Tour de France legend is cyclable in winter.
A scenic, very quiet route – including a long stretch of trails – in the Bauges Alps. Five Cols (although, admittedly I descended to two of them).
I think all Col hunters love a good Col sign.
Looking for a 2012 calendar that features some of the most famous Alps cycling climbs in France, Italy, and Switzerland?
The shortest but perhaps most fun “cyclosportive” I have ever done.
Le Cycle Magazine once called Mont du Chat perhaps the toughest (paved) climb in France. I think there are harder, but it’s fairly brutal.