Mont Ventoux Cycling Weekend

    France

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    Climb one of the Tour de France's most iconic mountains

    Itinerary

    Start Sault at the foot of Ventoux; short warm up ride through the Provencal countryside.

    Descend through the Gorges de la Nesque; climb Mont Ventoux (1912m) from Bedoin via the famous Tour de France route.

    Cycle through undulating rural scenery to Malaucene; climb Ventoux via a less ridden but equally spectacular route.

    Optional self-guided morning Ride; trip ends in Sault

    Additional Information

    Standing at 1912m, Mont Ventoux is known as the 'Giant of Provence', a mass of bare limestone rock that dominates the region and can be seen from miles around. The region boasts some fabulous cycling and the climb has become famously associated with the Tour de France, featuring 14 times since 1951. We will tackle the climb from Bedoin, passing the Tommy Simpson memorial along the way before later taking on the climb from Malaucene with its spectacular views over the valleys below.  

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    Details

    Duration: 4 Days
    Starts in: France
    Group Size: 6-16

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