Alpe D'Huez & Mont Blanc Region Cols of the Tour de France
Everyone should ride Alpe D'Huez at least once - Join a scheduled week or tailor your dates for a customised trip
Alpe D'Huez...THE mythical climb of the Tour de France.
Your cycling holiday starts at Geneva airport and in an hour with our inclusive airport transfer you'll arrive at our stylish Chalet in Chamonix Mont-Blanc Valley in the heart of the French Alps.
Averaging 60km to 100km a day, we'll be exploring the Tour de France Cols of the Aravis, Colombiere, Croix Fry, Joux Plane, Morzine Avoriaz. We'll nip into Italy and ride the Giro D'Italia time trial climb Col San Carlo, and the Petit St Bernard.
We will take on the Telegraph and the Galibier before hitting the slopes of the cycling mecca of Alpe D'Huez. After a night at Alpe D'Huez we'll head back towards Chamonix over the Glandon.
We'll be climbing around 2000M to 3000M each day encouraged by our support and motivation!
There is some flexibility in route choice depending on group dynamics, weather and road conditions. Contact us for more information.
Our tour provides one day off the bike (if you wish!) to discover the Alpine Mecca of Chamonix.
- Return transfers from Geneva Airport
- 6 nights at Chalet Annabelle in a double or twin room with private facilities. 1 night at a hotel in the Alpe D'Huez region
- Cyclists breakfast
- Apres bike cakes and carbs (usually a pasta salad)
- Amazing evening meals on 6 nights with Chalet wine selection. One night in the Alpe D'huez area is free to sample a local restaurant
- Hot Tub
- Vehicle support
- Pro-bike mechanic (subject to availability)
- Experienced cycling host
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GBP£995 / €1450
Book week commencing 20th June 2015
Book now commencing 12th September 2015
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