Cime de la Bonette

Saint Étienne De Tinée, France

The Cime de la Bonette is a col with a length of 25.6 kilometer. This is a highest category (HC) col. It is located in Saint Étienne De Tinée, PACA, France. The average grade of this col is 6.4% with a maximum of 11.8%. The Cime de la Bonette ascents from 1.182 meter at the start, to 2.802 meter at the top, with a total of 1.620 ascending meters.


Cime de la Bonette Profile


Distance 25.6 km
Elevation gain 1620 m
Average grade 6.4 %
Maximum grade 11.8 %
Climb category HC
Minimum elevation 1182 m
Maximum elevation 2802 m

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In 2008 John-Lee Augustyn led over the mountain, before falling on the descent to Jausiers. He did, however, receive 5,000 Euros for being the leader over the highest point of the Tour, known as the "Souvenir Henri Desgrange".

- Tour de France 2008 - Stage 16