COL DE LARCHE (Colle della Maddalena)

COL DE LARCHE (Colle della Maddalena)

4 March 2024 The Col de Larche, or Colle della Maddalena, is a mountain pass located between France and Italy and which separates the Maritime Alps from the Cottian Alps, representing a fundamental Read More
COL DE LA CAYOLLE

COL DE LA CAYOLLE

19 December 2023 The Col de la Cayolle is a fundamental way that connects the Ubaye Valley with the Var Valley, or the department of Haute Provence with that of the Maritime Alps. Read More
COL DE BRAUS

COL DE BRAUS

20 November 2023 Col de Braus has essentially become famous as a special stage in the Monte-Carlo Rallye. Despite a short development which, moreover, concentrates its fulcrum in just 600 meters in which Read More
COL DU GRANON

COL DU GRANON

9 October 2023 A few kilometers from Briançon, in case you want to opt for an unusual pass compared to the more traditional Alpine roads, you have the opportunity to drive towards the Read More
COL DES CHAMPS

COL DES CHAMPS

8 May 2023 The Col des Champs is another of those hills mainly known to cycling enthusiasts but less known by those motorists who usually prefer the wider and more scenic roads of Read More
<strong>PASSO DI MONTE GIOVO – PASSO PENNES</strong>

PASSO DI MONTE GIOVO – PASSO PENNES

20 March 2023 We are in the province of Bolzano, close to the Rhaetian Alps and leaving the fascinating center of San Martino in Passiria behind us, it is time to let ourselves Read More
COL DE LA COLOMBIERE

COL DE LA COLOMBIERE

21 January 2023 The mountains are always able to surprise and an example is those Alpine passes which, even if they do not reach an altitude of 2,000 meters, still manage to represent Read More
<strong>COL DU GRAND SAINT BERNARD</strong>

COL DU GRAND SAINT BERNARD

14 November 2022 The Gran San Bernardo Pass is the main link between Italy and Switzerland, straddling the Pennine Alps. Reaching a maximum elevation of almost 2,500 meters, it can be traveled only Read More
COL DU GALIBIER

COL DU GALIBIER

2 November 2022 When you think of the giants of the Alps, the name of the Col du Galibier is the one that follows the Col de l’Iseran and Col de la Bonette. Read More
COL DU TOURMALET

COL DU TOURMALET

17 September 2022 The Col du Tourmalet, with an altitude of 2,115 meters above sea level, is the second highest “col” in the Pyrenees among those entirely located in French territory. Known for Read More