Colle dell'Agnello

Colle dell'Agnello, Pontechianale: Address, Phone Number, Colle dell'Agnello Reviews: 5/5

Colle dell'Agnello
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marcopolo111
Cleveland, Oh2,823 contributions
Very scenic road leading to a very high pass
Oct 2015 • Solo
This is another alpine pass which is the border between France and Italy. At more than 2700 meter it is one of the highest in Europe. I drove west to east and the route across medieval villages and Castle was very scenic. Unfortunately when I arrived to the pass, the road in Italy was closed. The sign in the valley indicated that there was alternate traffic, but that was incorrect.
Written 31 October 2015
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Alberto G
Milan, Italy48 contributions
Incredible stories
Aug 2015 • Solo
Went to visit chianale and colle dell'agnello in August 2015. Chianale is one of the best preserved villages in the Italian alps and home to a self ruling independent republic for circa 500 years starting ca 1200. The colle above is a wonderful place, where the best stories of Tour de France and giro d'italia....all wonderful stories!!!
Written 24 August 2015
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Lozjucar
Chieri, Italy2 contributions
Stunning views, incl. montviso
Jul 2014 • Family
Rode up here 5 years ago, a beautiful climb, rewarded with stunning views. This month, we came by car to see the TDF in Risoul. We stopped at the locanda la peiro groso for dinner - highly recommended in pontechianale.
Written 20 July 2014
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Tim D
Geneva, Switzerland120 contributions
You have to do this ride
Aug 2013 • Couples
We rode to the top of this col from the French side. It's a long climb but well graded. The valley is beautiful and at the top one really feels at a border. The view on Monte Viso is an added bonus. Maybe less well known that the Iseran, Galibier, etc. and it is harder to fit into an alpine traverse (we did an out-and-back from France) but it really is a MUST DO.
Written 29 August 2013
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