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... From Col de la Loze

The Col de la Loze at 2,304m altitude

The first stage of the ambitious “VIA 3 VALLEYS” will beofficially opened on 30 June 2019, linking Méribel & Courcheve lvia a mountain pass, the Col de la Loze and reservedexclusively for cyclists.The 3 Valleys is yet again proving itself to be a Worldleader is at launches a new concept, the “VIA 3 VALLEYS”,which will become the world's largest altitude bike area.

A mountain domain reserved exclusively for 2-wheelers (bicycles, or electrically assisted cycles). This 4 to 5 metrewide route will soon go through the resorts of the 3 Valleys: Courchevel, Méribel, Les Menuires and Val Thorens. Méribel, Courchevel and the 3 Valleys will open the Col dela Loze cycle path on June 30, 2019, exclusively for cyclists. It is the first stage of what will become, over the next 3 years the only cycling area in the very heart of nature, highin the mountains, with views of the glaciers of the Alps... guaranteeing a truly exceptional experience!

From this summer, cyclists can take advantage of a varietyof different itineraries adapted to their level:

— The ascent of Les Allues to the summit of Col dela Loze: 14 km and 1,204m of positive altitude difference.

— The discovery itinerary from Courchevel le Prazto Méribel via the Col de la Loze: 35km and 1,050m ofpositive altitude difference.

— The cycling route that starts from Le Carrey, crosses through Courchevel le Praz, climbsto the Col de la Loze,passes through Méribel, Brides-les-Bains and Montany before returning to its starting point: 62km and 1,970 m of positive altitude difference. new  !

Le vélo de route à Méribel, entre villages et montagne

 

 

... To Mythical Passes


Méribel offers something to satisfy all levels of road cyclists.

The resort is the starting point for many other itineraries on which one can discover the mythical passes of the Alps, such as the Col de la Madeleine, the Col de l'Iséran, the Col du Glandon, the Cormet de Roselend, the Col du Petit Saint Bernard, and in Italy, the Col San Carlo.

The less experienced can take advantage of the Allues valley to enjoy beautiful routes with circuits which pass through Courchevel, Bozel or
Champagny-en-Vanoise.

Cycling routes nearby

30 - Haute-Mauriennaise

This long itinerary has several uses: as a route to Italy for passing cyclists, either by taking the train from Modane or cycling over th...
All year round.

Col du Pradier

1031 Points – This almost unknown climb in the heart of the Tarentaise Valley starts in the centre of Moutiers. A series of switchbacks l...
From 15/04 to 31/10.

Les Prioux

A long climb into the heart of the Vanoise, with views of the Aiguille de la Vanoise and the Glaciers of the Vanoise as you go through Pr...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Lachat

1448 Points – Despite being the second hardest climb in Savoie, after the Galibier, this road is little known. It ends at an area of moun...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Moûtiers - Nâves

From 01/05 to 31/10.

Subject to favorable snow and weather conditions.

Courchevel altiport

1040 Points – Cycling to Courchevel from Moutiers is a great way of discovering this world-famous resort. Kilometre posts and a timing sy...
From 01/05 to 30/10.

Excursion 1 - NEW ! - Col de la Loze (Cycling Pass)

The Col de la Loze is the last born among the alpine passes. Connecting Courchevel and Meribel valleys on a road only for bikes, pedestri...
From 01/01 to 31/12.

Méribel Mottaret

903 Points – Starting from Moutiers, the climb to Méribel starts with 10 km of quite easy cycling. The route, which was included in the 1...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Col de la Loze

The road ends at the altiport, at an altitude of over 2000 m. Kilometre posts and a timing system have been installed so cyclists can tim...
From 01/05 to 30/10.

Le Bois des Allemands

977 Points – Thick forest provides plenty of shade on the first part of the climb, up to Notre Dame du Pré, where the trees briefly thin ...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Val Thorens via la Côte-Derrière

1354 Points - This second variant on the climb to Val Thorens is just as long and difficult as the first but has the advantage of being q...
From 01/05 to 30/10.

La Cour

862 Points – This route follows the Doron de Bozel Valley and then climbs the southern slopes of Mont Jovet. La Cour, the final hamlet be...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Brides-les-Bains - Col de la Loze

From 01/06 to 31/10.

The Logis des Fées mountain hut

1215 Points – A large section of this route is the same as the Col de la Madeleine, but the final switchbacks take you up a side-valley o...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Bénétant

823 Points – This climb includes 4-km at a gradient of almost 12%, but the forest provides welcome shade and the switchbacks are short. F...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Col de la Madeleine from the north

1290 Points – The ride down the valley from Moutiers provides a great warm up before the serious business of the climb begins. All three ...
From 01/06 to 31/10.

Val Thorens via St-Jean-de-Belleville

1343 Points – Two equally difficult climbs through the Belleville Valley lead to Europe’s highest ski resort. This variant has kilometre ...
From 01/05 to 30/10.

69 - Circuit du Doron de Bozel

The climb on the first part of this circuit is steep and often very hot on the sunny side of the valley, opposite the resorts of Courchev...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Col de la Loze - The big loop

From 01/06 to 31/10/2019.

Valmorel

797 Points – Two ways of getting to the resort, either via the “standard” route or via Doucy and St-Oyen. The second option is quieter bu...
From 15/03 to 30/10.

Starting in Moutiers - The Cycloclimbing Challenges

Thirteen cols and climbs can be reached from Moûtiers. The roads to the Col de la Madeleine and its variants (Lachat, Logis des Fées) go ...
From 15/03 to 30/10.
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Monday, December 16

Méribel

Trend of the day to 2000m Altitude

Weather forecastMonday 16 December 2019

Visibility : Poor visibility
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18 km/h -5°C 2700m
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Weather forecastTuesday 17 December 2019

Visibility : Perfect visibility
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31 km/h -8°C 2700m
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Weather forecastWednesday 18 December 2019

Visibility : Perfect visibility
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