Test your cycling legs on the Col d’Iseran on 23rd June!

The ascent of the Col de l’Iseran, the highest road pass in all the Alps at an altitude of 2770 m, is a must for all dedicated cyclists. With its 970 m of elevation gain from Bonneval-sur-Arc, this climb remains engraved in the calves of thousands of amateur and professional cyclists.

Traffic and pedestrians are not allowed outside the specific areas and footpaths along the D902 road between the Tourist Office roundabout, the Col de l’Iserane and Bonneval from 8.30am to 12pm. E-bikes are available for loan for adults and children, opposite the Tourist Office square (free, subject to availability).

Refreshments will be provided at the top of the pass.

8am: Registrations open for the raffle in the Tourist Office square
8.30am: Road opens for the cycling event and is closed to motorised vehicles
10.30am: Raffle registrations close
From 11am to 1pm: Concert
12pm: Road reopens to motorised vehicles
From 12pm to 12.30pm: Raffle draw in the Tourist Office square

8.30am to 12pm – D902 Val d’Isère – Bonneval sur Arc road (reserved for cyclists after the roundabout)

We recommend you get up there by 10am!

Participation of children under the responsibility of their parents.