Col de l' Iseran

Bonneval Sur Arc, France

The Col de l' Iseran is a col with a length of 12.9 kilometer. This is a highest category (HC) col. It is located in Bonneval Sur Arc, Rhône-Alpes, France. The average grade of this col is 7.3% with a maximum of 10.7%. The Col de l' Iseran ascents from 1.824 meter at the start, to 2.770 meter at the top, with a total of 945 ascending meters.


Col de l' Iseran Profile


Distance 12.9 km
Elevation gain 945 m
Average grade 7.3 %
Maximum grade 10.7 %
Climb category HC
Minimum elevation 1824 m
Maximum elevation 2770 m

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The Tour crossed the climb in the 2019 edition, in Stage 19 to Tignes. However, due to adverse weather conditions on the ascent to Tignes, the stage was neutralized with times for the general classification being taken at the summit of the Col de l'Iseran. Egan Bernal was the first to come on top of the Iseran, and took over the yellow jersey from Julian Alaphilippe. Earlier in the stage Thibaut Pinot had to leave the Tour de France in tears because of muscle injury on the left thigh.

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