Col de Couraduque Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

5.5
FIETS
9.8 mi
DISTANCE
3,008 ft
GAINED
5.7 %
AVG. GRADE

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2021 Tour de France

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This 9.8 mile bike climb is located in Hautes-Pyrénées, Occitanie, France. The average gradient is 5.7% and there is a total elevation gain of 3,008 ft, finishing at 4,598 ft.

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For those looking to stay in the area we would recommend the Pyrenees Cycling Lodge. Located in the beautiful medieval village of Saint Savin and hosted by Mark & Niamh, the Lodge is run by cyclists for cyclists. It is a great location for any cycling adventure in the Pyrenees with several renowned climbs within 100km of the property and 6 Tour de France climbs within 15km. Visit their website or contact them directly at pyreneescyclinglodge@gmail.com .

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Steepest kilometer begins at km 14 (9.1%)

 

PJAMM June, 2013

The climb to Col de Couraduque (a cross country ski station) begins in Argeles-Gazost and ends 15.8 km later at the col.  We ride through narrow roads and old towns to the turn to the col at 9.2 km.  From there we climb at an avearge of 8.3% for the final 6.6 km.  We cannot find any evidence that this col has ever been included in the Tour de France which is logical since it is a mild climb to a dead end.

PJAMM climbed Col de Couraduque before we were thoroughly documenting climbs.  We will return to properly photograph and document this col in September, 2018.