The Col du Mont Cénis connects the Savoye region (France) with Piemonte (Italy). This road was built early 1800 by Napoleon I. On the French north side, the pass is open between 15 May and 31 October. On the Italian south side, it is open the year around. On both sides the maximum grade is 11%.
The Col du Mont Cenis is situated in Rhone-Alpes.
This climb belongs to the
Starting from Lanslebourg,
the Col du Mont Cenis ascent is 9.84 km long. Over this distance, you climb 682 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 6.9 %.
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