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Col du Jandri - Les Clapiers (Le Bourg-dOisans)

Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 9.1 %

Length: 26.9 km

Height start: 742 m

Height top: 3200 m

Elevation gain: 2458 m

Maximum: 16 %

Col du Jandri rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 12 (all)
Ranking France: 85 (all)
Ranking Alps: 3 (all)
Difficulty score: 291.7 what?

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The Col du Jandri is situated in Rhone-Alpes and belongs to the Alps . Starting from Les Clapiers (Le Bourg-dOisans), the Col du Jandri ascent is 26.9 km long. Over this distance, you climb 2458 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 9.1 %.

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Story by Chris Pugh from , United Kingdom, submitted on 04/10/2013
This really is an incredibly hard climb and only possible on a mountain bike or maybe a cross bike. It starts at the top of Col Deux Alpes but I started from Bourg D''Oisons so went up Deux Alpes first mainly via the cross country / trail route rather than the road. On to Jandri proper and it just gets harder and harder as it goes up - even though it is a track not a road it is pretty easy navigation as the track goes all the way to the top to service the ski stations up there - but it gets steeper and steeper and looser and looser as you go up. I got within 2km of the top where it really kicks up - repeated ramps of 20 to 25% on loose gravel and never less than 10% for any of the last several KM apart from a short flat section - I eventually ran out of time and energy and had to turn around, it was barely even walkable by that stage. It *is* climbable but next time I do it I will start from Deux Alpes, and take more food with me.

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Story by Pieter from Heverlee, Belgium, submitted on 10/08/2012
Question: is this climb also for race bikes or are there parts of the climbs which are not on asphalt and should only be done by mountainbike? [answer CBB: MTB]
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Story by BABAR from les 2 alpes, France, submitted on 09/12/2010
e glacier de mont de lans(depart de bourg doisans au lieu dit ""les clapiers"" direction briançon des le départ des clapîers ,on commence par une bonne rampe des commeres à 8%,1.5 km apres le tunnel,on bifurque sur la droite pour une petite route (dite des travers)avec une pente difficile durant 3km à 10 %,une fois arrivé au ponteil ,profitez en pour faire le plein deau (2 fontaines....)puis on reviend sur la route des 2 alpesente à 7/8 %,une fois arrivé à lentrée de la station ,tournez à gauche au point information,pour une portion douce durant 2 kms,on arrive au lieu dit ""le village 1800"",une fois passé la passerelle ,tournez à droite on commence à monter le chemin des demoiselles(piste verte de ski lhiver) 500m calmes puis pente forte au dela de 10%qui fait mal ,puis enfine on arrive au restaurant dit ""la patache"" à 2100m jusque 2300m(depart dun telesiege 6 places)la pente est correcte de 2300 m à 2600 m la pente redeviens intense pour arriver au restaurant ""la toura"" le plus dur commence ........jusque 2800m(intermédiaire du telesiege des glaciers)la pente est de 7/8% mais laltitude fait ses premiers dégats on est loin dimaginer quon va desormais vivre un supplice:2/3kms à plus de 15 % DE MOYENNE à une altitude au
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