Signposted cycling routes

Col de Chamrousse - mountain pass

Start out from Uriage-les-Bains where the marked ascent to Col de Chamrousse follows the last 19 km of the 13th stage of the 2014 Tour de France that started in Saint-Étienne.

At the roundabout near Uriage golf course, take the D111 to Chamrousse. On arrival in Chamrousse near Roche Béranger - Chamrousse 1750, turn right onto Rue des Essendolles then continue along Avenue du Père Tasse to Chamrousse pass at an altitude of 1,795 m.

Technical information

Cycle sports, Signposted cycling routes

Target clientele:
For experts / practiced

19.5 km

Trail type:
Go / roaming

Elevation gain:
1382 m

Elevation drop:
2 m

Average gradient:
7 %

Daily duration:

Terrain type:
Hard coating (tar, cement, flooring)

Type of waymarkers:
White and green signs featuring "Col de Chamrousse".

Practical information

Free of charge

Contact details & information

Office de Tourisme Grenoble-Alpes Métropole

Getting here

  • 38410 Vaulnaveys-le-Haut

Opening times

From 01/05 to 31/10.
Subject to favorable weather.


Free access.


Information updated on 21/06/2022 by Isère Attractivité

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Col de Chamrousse - mountain pass

38410 Vaulnaveys-le-Haut

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