Grand Est: best known for its Jura Mountains. Sure they're no Alps or Pyrenees, but this small mountain range still contains some extremely famous TDF climbs you may not immediately think of, such as the Col de Grosse Pierre and Grand Ballon. Maybe you've heard of the Col de la Schlucht, crossed 9 times in the Tour since 1931? Or maybe you know Ballon d'Alsace, the first categorized climb ever to be included in the Tour in 1905? Or perhaps Petit Ballon, which could very well decide the winner of this year's Tour de France?
The best, hardest, most scenic, and epic road bike climbs of the Jura mountains can be viewed on this page via the map (zoom in to view climbs in particular areas), by Climb Cards (photo and stats) or by a detailed list of the climbs that can be arranged in metric or imperial units by difficulty, distance (longest climbs in the area), altitude gained, highest elevation (highest summit), average grade (sort the grades by varying distances), lowest start point, etc. Click on "Climb Page" to jump to the detail page for that particular bike climb. This page provides an excellent and comprehensive summary of the top, hardest and best bicycling climbs in the Jura mountains.
The top bike climbs, cols, and côtes of Grand Est: