Col du Glandon (then Col de la Croix de Fer)


1320 Points - A false flat provides a good warm up before the true climb begins at St. Etienne de Cuines. The final kilometres before the Glandon are very steep.
The Col de la Croix-de-Fer is one of the Tour de France’s most famous passes, having featured in the race more than 15 times.
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Col du Glandon (then Col de la Croix de Fer)
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Col du Glandon (puis Col de la Croix-de-Fer)
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 45.276978
Longitude : 6.345495