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Location address: France, Rhône-Alpes, Le Monêtier-les-Bains
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Col du Galibier is located on 2645 m in the French Dauphiné Alps near Grenoble. It is often the highest point of the Tour de France. The Col du Galibier was first used in 1911 as part of the Tour de France. The first time, there were only 3 riders who didn’‘t walk.
Col de Galibier (2642 m)
Linked characteristics: Sportive
There two ascents of the Col du Galibier in the Tour de France 2011.
Col du Galibier (el. 2,645 metres (8,678 ft)) is a mountain pass in the southern region of the French Dauphiné Alps near Grenoble. It is the ninth highest paved road in the Alps and the sixth highest mountain pass. It is often the highest point of the Tour de France.
The mountain pass “Col du Galibier” is located in Le Monêtier-les-Bains.
The mountain pass “Col du Galibier” is located in Valloire.