The Haute Route is the closest amateur cyclists can get to doing their own Grand Tour, with each event taking place over 7 consecutive days in the Pyrenees, Alps and Dolomites. Tackling World-renowned climbs each route also includes an individual mountain time trial. From the Basque coast to Toulouse, the Pyrenees event includes the Aubisque, Hautacam, Tourmalet; the Alps (Nice to Geneva) takes in the Bonnette, Izoard, Galibier; while the Dolomites and Swiss Alps (Geneva to Venice) includes the Stelvio, Gavia and Giau passes. 'Compact' routes are possible over 2-3 days. You will tackle the highest, steepest cycling terrain. You will push yourself to your physical and mental limits.
- Pyrenees: 805 km; Compact 296 km
- Alps: 781 km; Compact 287 km
- Dolomites & Swiss Alps: 899km; Compact 320 km
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