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  • The Lacets du Montvernier width:449;;height:800
  • There is a Via Ferrata on the Lacets as well width:800;;height:449
  • The first Col, the Col du Chaussy width:800;;height:449
  • St Francois Longchamp width:800;;height:449
  • The first HC Climb... width:800;;height:449
  • ... The Col de la Madeleine width:800;;height:449
  • Day 2 in the rain. Col du Tamie width:800;;height:449
  • A view of La Toussuire from the Col du Mollard width:800;;height:449
  • Col du Molard width:800;;height:449
  • Les Aguiles des Arves poking through the clouds width:800;;height:449
  • Col du Mollard, again width:800;;height:449
  • Should have brought a proper camera with me width:800;;height:449
  • The Panoramic Road is Fermee (but then so was the road up to the Col du Mollard) width:800;;height:449
  • The Col de la Croix de Fer is up there somewhere width:800;;height:449
  • A handy place for a rest width:800;;height:449
  • The view down the Valley d'Arves width:800;;height:449
  • The Col de la Croix de Fer width:800;;height:449
  • The Pass of the Iron Cross width:800;;height:449
  • Just a short drop down to the Col du Glandon width:800;;height:449
  • Mont Blanc can be seen in the distance (honest) width:800;;height:449
  • The Col du Glandon is a long way up the Valley des Villards width:800;;height:449
  • The last few kilometers of the Glandon are evil width:800;;height:449
  • Again, Mont Blanc is in the distance width:800;;height:449
  • The Col du Glandon, a true HC climb width:800;;height:449
  • The Col du Gladon is top left width:800;;height:449
  • The Lac du Grand Maison width:800;;height:449
  • The Col du Telegraph width:800;;height:449
  • A view back down the climb of the first half of the Galibier width:800;;height:449
  • The legendary Col du Galibier width:800;;height:449
  • When you hand your camera phone over to strangers you always get  shots width:800;;height:449
  • View down to the Lauteret width:800;;height:449
  • The Ecrin Mountains width:800;;height:449
  • The Ecrin Mountains, again width:800;;height:449
  • The road drops down to the Henri Desgrange memorial width:800;;height:449
  • One more width:800;;height:449
  • The drop down to Valloire starts like this width:800;;height:449
  • Don't overcook these corners width:800;;height:449
  • A lot of German motorcyclists bring their bikes in trailers - why not ride it here? width:800;;height:449
  • The Piste Cyclable de Lac Annecy width:800;;height:449
  • The route is used by cyclists, roller-bladers and joggers width:800;;height:449
  • You can walk these mountains on the Grand Tour du Lac width:800;;height:449
  • View from the Col de la Forclaz width:800;;height:449
  • Nick was on a hired commuter bike today so only in half kit width:800;;height:449
  • The paragliders take off from up there width:800;;height:449
  • You can run off the pale green slope, if you have the necessary wings attached width:800;;height:449
  • The hardest climb to 1167m width:800;;height:449
  • That is a 13% drop width:800;;height:449
  • 5.3km of the 9.3km climb average over 10% width:449;;height:800
  • A reminder of the original use of the Piste Cyclable width:800;;height:449
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