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14.1 km  2111 m  (801 m)  5.7 %

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The Col de Vars is situated in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur. This climb belongs to the Alps. The Col de Vars via Les Gleizolles is ranked number 944 of the Alps. This Col de Vars approach starts in Les Gleizolles. The Col de Vars climb is 14.1 km long. You gain 801 heightmeters, so the average gradient is 5.7 %. The climb is ranked 2556 in the world. The maximum slope is 12%.

Other sides of this climb:
Col de Vars via Guillestre


Since 2005, the Col de Vars will be/was climbed in the following big tour stages:
Tour de France 2019 :  Embrun - Valloire on 25/07/2019
Tour de France 2017 :  Briançon - Col d'Izoard on 20/07/2017

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Climbbybike difficulty score (82)
944
Ranking Alps
498
Ranking France

Col de Vars via Les Gleizolles popularity rank : 98

The Col de Vars has been climbed by 20 climbbybikers. It is ranked No. 98 as the most climbed climb in the world.
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Col de Vars via Les Gleizolles: 2 reviews

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Peter McCarthy

I climbed the Col de Vars from S to N in July 2007. Its a very gentle climb until the village of St Paul sur Ubaye where I spent the night (Auberge du Chamois Blanc - modest but highly recommended) Setting off the next morning (in persistent rain)the road winds up to another village before settling into a series of long and quite steep switchbacks (nice views back down the valley) before reaching the col which is not particular interesting.

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