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Climbs in the French Alps

Old 09-24-10, 09:07 AM
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Climbs in the French Alps

I have just come across this really handy at a glance table of mountain climbs in the Savoie region of France, where I cycled this summer and plan to go back to in 2011. Hopefully they will add more to the list. It provides links to Google maps, altitude, distance and Wiki pages.

Cycling Holidays in France - Mountain climbs of the French Alps

Personally I rode, La Plagne, Col Du Glandon, Arc 2000, Col d'Iseran and the Col de la Madeleine twice.

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