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Nos montagnes à la carte #13. It’s name may translate from the Occitan origins into ‘medium mountain’, but the Col de la Colmiane is no average climb.
Nos montagnes à la carte #12. Mont Chauve is Nice’s hidden mountain. It is hiding in plain sight, sitting there just to the north, right above the city, but nevertheless it is hidden
Nos montagnes à la carte #11. For the people of Breil-sur-Roya before the Second World War, the Col de Brouis was a lifeline. It was the only route for them to the rest of France.
Nos montagnes à la carte #10. Mont Vial, standing at the confluence of the Tinée, Esteron and Var valleys, where the three rivers combine.
Nos montagnes à la carte #9. The Col de Vence lies at 962m, above the bustling town of Vence and if you can tear your eyes off your stem, you’ll enjoy the stunning view.
Nos montagnes à la carte #8. Find the point on Col de Braus where René Vietto, one of cycling’s greatest ever climbers, broke away to win his first professional race.
Nos montagnes à la carte #7. The thick forests of the Col de Turini are testament to the unpredictable weather the highest of the coastal climbs near our home town of Nice.
Nos montagnes à la carte #6. When Napoleon wanted to construct the best naval fleet, he went for the toughest wood, coming from Mont Ventoux.
Nos montagnes à la carte #5. It’s a dramatic start to arrive in Menton and climb immediately from sea level, Col de la Madone is famed as a training hill for the pros.
Nos montagnes à la carte #4. The Chateau d’Èze, which sits atop the picture-perfect village of Èze, was built over 400 years ago.
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Nos montagnes à la carte #3.If you like getting off the beaten track, you will like the Col de Tende.
Nos montagnes à la carte #2. Claimed to be the highest paved road in Europe, true or not it is perhaps the least of its attractions.