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Bourg Saint Maurice - Les Arcs has the largest number of cols in the Tarentaise Valley, all world famous, mainly thanks to the Tour de France.

These are accessible from June until October.

Cormet de Roselend : Accessible from Bourg Saint Maurice - Les Arcs!
Passage on the Beaufortain side closed until 7 July
Col du Petit Saint Bernard: Opens on 25 May!
Col de l'Iseran: Closed

The Col de l’Iseran

It links the Tarentaise valley with the Maurienne valley. Link hairpins and tunnels as you tackle this world-famous col.

+ Distance: 48 Km

+ Altitude: 2764 metres

+ Height differential: 1955 metres

The Col du Petit Saint Bernard

On the way to Italy. At the top, you can admire the Pointe de Lancebranlette which reaches an altitude of 2936 metres.

+ Distance: 29.7 Km

+ Altitude: 2188 metres

+ Height differential: 1310 metres

The Cormet de Roselend

Located on the Grandes Alpes route, the Cormet de Roselend road will take you close to the Chapieux Valley. If you head down the other side of the Cormet, you will get a great view of the turquoise waters of the Roselend Lake.

+ Distance: 19.2 Km

+ Altitude: 1968 metres

+ Height differential: 1155 metres

Le Cormet de Roselend is accessible from Bourg Saint Maurice – Les Arcs! The passage on the Beaufortain side is closed until July 7 due to works.