Col de Peyra Taillade
The Col de Peyra Taillade is a col with a length of 8.4 kilometer. This is a category 2 col. It is located in Prades, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France. The average grade of this col is 7.4% with a maximum of 14.9%. The Col de Peyra Taillade ascents from 567 meter at the start, to 1.190 meter at the top, with a total of 623 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||623 m|
|Average grade||7.4 %|
|Maximum grade||14.9 %|
|Minimum elevation||567 m|
|Maximum elevation||1190 m|
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For the first time the col is on the programme of the 15th stage of the 2017 Tour de France between Laissac-Sévérac l'Église and Le Puy-en-Velay. Climbed from Prades and the Allier valley and then on the commune of Saint-Bérain, it has been classified as a 1st category climb. It was French rider Warren Barguil who crossed it in the lead.
Its ascent from the Allier over 8.3 km with an average gradient of 7.4% includes a section called the "Mur de Saint-Bérain", 1.1 km at 14%, including a passage at 22%. This climb was "discovered" by journalist Pierre Chany, who suggested it to Thierry Cazeneuve and Charly Mottet when the latter was "looking for a route to Le Puy-en-Velay during the 1997 Critérium du Dauphiné "
Its ascent is again planned for the 2nd stage of the 2021 Critérium du Dauphiné, but far from the finish.
- Tour de France 2017 - Stage 15
- Criterium du Dauphine 2021 - Stage 2