Montdenis Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

6.6
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7.3 mi
DISTANCE
2,798 ft
GAINED
7.2 %
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This 7.3 mile bike climb is located in France. The average gradient is 7.2% and there is a total elevation gain of 2,798 ft, finishing at 4,918 ft.

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Cycling Montdenis

Ride 11.8 kilometers gaining 853 meters at 7.2% average grade.

This is a very fun HC climb out of the cycling hub of Saint Jean de Maurienne.

There are 11 hairpins in a 5.6 kilometer segment beginning at kilometer 2.2 that average 7.1%.  These hairpins are very distinct when looking at the mountainside from the southern section of Saint Jean de Maurienne and they offer a great view back into the Maurienne Valley while climbing them.

The climb dead ends in the very well kept village of Montdenis.

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