Climb 1: Malaucène – a 21.5km ascent, 1535 metres of climbing and an average 7.2% gradient (the middle section is the toughest at 12%).
Climb 2: Bédoin – the most well known climb, and usually the one featured in the Tour De France. At 21.8km, with 1617 metres of climb, it’s an average 7.4% gradient.
Climb 3: Sault – the final push to the top. This is the easier of the 3 climbs, but by now you will be tired. It’s longer, at 25.7km, with 1152 metres of climb, but less steep at an average of 4.5%. You’ll be relieved to find it’s all downhill back to Malaucène.
Celebrate in style at the end of a long, tough day.