As a result of the preventive actions against COVID-19 (better known as coronavirus), the Marmotte Granfondo Alpes has had to modify its date, and postpone the event until September 5, 2020.
Like every first week of July, the legendary Marmotte Granfondo Alpes cycle tour arrives , one of the most renowned cycling routes on the international scene and, of course, the most important march in the Alps after the Tour de France. 174 kilometers , 21 curves and 5,000 meters of unevenness in which 7,500 participants from 50 countries dare to pedal through this hard journey through the French Alps.
In addition to the 174-kilometer Marmotte Granfondo Alpes , the organization offers the possibility of doing the same route in two days divided into 98 kilometers and 76 kilometers with the Rando Marmottes Alpes . On the other hand, there is also the possibility of doing the Grimpée de l'Alpe d'Huez , with 13 km of ascent and 1,100 meters of accumulated positive elevation gain.
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- Marmotte Granfondo Alpes
The Marmotte Granfondo Alpes begins at dawn, in the heart of the village of Bourg d'Oisans . After ten flat kilometers, the first difficulty appears at the Glandon Pass (1,924 m). A long and constant climb of 20 kilometers with passages greater than 10%.
- Rando Marmottes Alps
- Grimpée Alpe d'Huez
- THURSDAY 2 JULY
- FRIDAY JULY 3
- SATURDAY JULY 4
- SUNDAY 5 JULY