The Pas de Peyrol in the Cantal region is one of the more interesting cols in the Massif Central. It can be approached from various sides. The pass appears now and then in the Tour de France where it is classified 2nd category. In 1983, it was the Belgian Lucien Van Impe, elected best climber of all time by climbbybikers in 2007 who arrived first on the top, coming from Dienne.
The Pas de Peyrol - Puy Mary is situated in Auvergne. This climb belongs to the Massif Central.
Starting from Dienne,
the Pas de Peyrol - Puy Mary ascent is 12.4 km long. Over this distance, you climb 533 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 4.3 %.
The maximum slope is 12 %.
Look for other sides to climb the Pas de Peyrol - Puy Mary.
Since 2005, the Pas de Peyrol - Puy Mary will be/was climbed in the following big tour stages:
Tour de France 2011 : Issoire > Saint-Flour on 10/07/2011
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