Chalet Hotel Les Blancs
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... note brought a rye smile to my face. As I navigated the one way system out of the old town the sound of the bike echoed off the old stone walls. Soon onto the open road, traffic was quiet and there was a cool chill in the air of the clear mountain morning, I was lucky as it was an almost cloudless sky which would result in great views and pictures from the summit. Soon the turn off came to Col de la Bonette - 2802m - and I took a photo of the sign which highlighted it as ...
... was not going to happen so I set the waypoint to Tallard to take me onto the D900 and judging by the flowers besides the road and the moto warning signs this indeed was a popular biking road! Past the Barrage de Serre Poncon a huge dam that seemed to stretch from one valley side to another. Met some scary drivers that seemed to be in a race and one hell of a hurry, I pulled over to let them pass. Heading for a new destination of Barcelonnette I got to within 8 kilometres and felt ...
Today we had a 20.1km climb at 5.5%. It was overcast but thankfully the rain held off until we were arriving at the campsite. Our SPOT tracker has died today, so unfortunately shows us still in Guilestre! We plan to carb load now as have a huge day tomorrow up the Cime de la Bonette (2802m), a 23.1km climb at 6.5%. Yikes. Also saw our first sign to the finish line in Nice ...
Today we went up and over the Col d'Izoard (2361m). The guidebook implies it is an easy day as it it's just 9.4km at 4.2% followed by 10.1km at 7.5%. But it was anything but. On day 8 our legs are tired so it felt bloomin hard work, but it was worth it as it is a stunning route. We have done it before from the ...
... but surely, we made it. The sign at the top of the climb was a stone with a plaque about La Bonette. We were a bit disappointed. Being the highest altitude climb of our itinerary, we were hoping for something more showy. How inconsiderate! There was a small gravel track up to a lookout. We decided to walk this bit. It was a wonderful panorama. The mountains around here all look so barren. We admired the view, along with our friends Starsky and Hutch ...