The Col d'Izoard is a mountain difficult to climb. During the Tour de France, where the mountain is often included in the stage scheme, it is always referred to as a mountain of the "hors" category. The climb from Briancon is twenty kilometers long and has an average gradient of 5.7%. The pass was first climbed in 1922 in the Tour de France. In total, the mountain was climbed thirty-two times during the Tour de France. In Kettler World Tours there is an option to change the difficultylevel. This way everyone can ride any Mountainpass!
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|Altitude gain (m)||1231|
|Maximum slope (%)||10.9%|