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The most famous climb in the world, the site of the Tour de France's first-ever mountaintop ending, and a stage finish almost every year since 1976. It's 8.7 miles long, with 21 hairpins, an absolutely punishing average grade of 7.9 percent and a total elevation gain of 3,641 feet.

The most famous climb in the world, the site of the Tour de France's first-ever mountaintop ending, a total elevation gain of feet.

Our latest video is now online, the beautiful (but rather beastly) Col du Glandon. What a sensational ascent. Watch it now at http://ift.tt/1wTb3xE :-) Credit thecolcollective via http://ift.tt/1wTb58y

rollersinstinct: “ Roads I’d like to ride: Col du Glandon in France photographed by the Col Collective.

Col du Galibier

Col du Galibier

Fabbrica della Bici: rollersinstinct:   The Stelvio Pass photographed by Daily Overview and published in The Guardian. The road and its 75 hairpins is commonly used by the Giro d’Italia

Fabbrica della Bici: rollersinstinct: The Stelvio Pass photographed by Daily Overview and published in The Guardian. The road and its 75 hairpins is commonly used by the Giro d’Italia

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Col de la Croix de Fer (Allemont), looking down from the "Barrage de Grand-Maison"

Col de la Croix de Fer (Allemont), looking down from the "Barrage de Grand-Maison"

Forcella/Passo Staulanza (1773 m) - Alpi Orientali

Forcella/Passo Staulanza (1773 m) - Alpi Orientali

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