Vosges Cycling Climbs Map


Map of Cycling Climbs in the Vosges.

Quiet, medium altitude mountain range full of Cols.

I am no expert of the region, but click on any of the star-shaped pins on the map for a details of a ride that I have done.

Zoom the map and the labels will become less messy. 🙂 Or click on the top right corner of map for a full page view.

Le Grand Ballon

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  1. Hi Will,

    As you’ll have seen yourself, the beauty of the Vosges is that you can do several climbs in a day. You’ve done some of the biggies but there are lots of much quieter and lovelier climbs to be strung together and enjoyed. I ride over in the western part and particularly like Le Col des Feignes, Le Col de la Croix des Moinats and Le Haut du Tôt which doesn’t get a pin on your map but is worth a visit with it’s 450m of climbing in 8km. Oh and there’s a thought; since you like to have a beer at the top, Rouge Gazon is a good climb but as you said in your post on La Planche des Belles Filles, the road in the bottom of the valley is unpleasant.

    All the best,

  2. Hi Big Dave,

    Thanks for the comment.

    Yes, the Vosges is great for long, quiet rides. I don’t know it very well. So thanks for the ideas. I’ll add them to my list!


  3. Hi, We are planning to go to the Vosges region in July. Is it deep forest all the way? Was hoping to get some sun during our rides and didn’t fancy being in the shade the whole time. 🙂

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