Route de l'Iseran

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Built in 1937, this scenic route provides a superb link between the Tarentaise and the Maurienne. At an altitude of 2 770m, it is the highest point of the Route des Grandes Alpes. It will take you past the Tête du Solaise (2 551m) to the foot of the Belvédère de la Tarentaise (2 528m). The road climbs up to the Col de l'Iseran (2 764m), a stone's throw from the magnificent Pointe des Lessières (3 041m). En route to the resort and old village of Bonneval-sur-Arc, take the time to stop at the Belvédère de la Maurienne.

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Belvédère de la Tarentaise
Belvédère de la Tarentaise
From the viewing table (alt 2 528m), the
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Iseran Pass
Iseran Pass
The impressively austere Iseran Pass is
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Tête du Solaise
Tête du Solaise
Located at an altitude of 2 551m, the
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Rock of Bellevarde
Rock of Bellevarde
An orientation table situated at a
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Fours Pass
Fours Pass
An excellent mountain hike will take you
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La Petite Sassière
La Petite Sassière
The path leads up through rhododendrons.
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Belvédère de la Tarentaise
Belvédère de la Tarentaise
From the viewing table (alt 2 528m), the
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Iseran Pass
Iseran Pass
The impressively austere Iseran Pass is
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Tête du Solaise
Tête du Solaise
Located at an altitude of 2 551m, the
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