2.5
FIETS
6 mi
DISTANCE
1,608 ft
GAINED
5 %
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This 6 mile bike climb is located in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France. The average gradient is 5% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,608 ft, finishing at 1,653 ft.

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Difficulty: Moderate
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5
Traffic
5
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Dec 1, 2022
difficulty: Moderate
scenery: 5
traffic: 5
road: 4
Dec 1, 2022
scenery: 5
traffic: 5
road: 4
A nice 1.5 hour workout from Centre Ville Nice. A favorite of local cyclists. I prefer to start out on the basse (low) corniche, then just 1/2 mile up from the Port, turn sharp left up a skinny street to connect to the Moyen (middle corniche). Much less traffic. Use cycle.travel app to get the details. Traffic is thick for about 1/2 mile, but if you use my recommended route, 95% of it disappears. The views are stunning. You'll feel like you're in a helicopter. The Col itself has views to the north. If you want a real challenge, take the left turn at the col to the "Park Maritimes". It's a one lane paved road that climbs another 1,100 feet in two miles. And the views there are just gobsmacking, 360 degrees.
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