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Col de Macuègne


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The Col de Macuègne ) is a mountain pass located in the Dauphiné Prealps, on the northern slopes of Mont Ventoux between Montbrun-les-Bains and Séderon in the Drôme department of France. The road over the col is used occasionally by the Tour de France cycle race with the tour crossing the pass on Stage 16 of the 2013 Tour.
The climb commences at Montbrun-les-Bains from where it is 9.2 km long, climbing 470 m at an average gradient of 5.1%. From the east, the climb starts at Séderon, from where there are 5.5 km to the summit of no great difficulty.


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