Col de la Colombière from the south

  • Col de la Colombière au Grand-Bornand
  • Col de la Colombière versant sud
  • Col de la Colombière au Grand-Bornand versant Sud
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  • Col de la Colombière sur la route des grandes alpes
  • Profil du Col
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Le Grand-Bornand
The southern side of the Col de la Colombière, from the Grand-Bornand, is much less formidable than the climb from Cluses. Nevertheless, the last four kilometres above Chinaillon are very steep.
From 08/06 to 31/10.
  • SITRA services :
    • Route Aller / Itinerance
    • 1200 Route
    • 44 Distance (km)
  • Levels of sporting experience :
    • Level black - very hard


Le Grand-Bornand
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 45.902261
Longitude : 6.131261
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After 60 years of building work, undertaken and financed by the local community,it was consecrated in 1877. Built in the neo-gothic style of the XIX century, the architecture is typical of the golden age of the Catholic church.
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It is a amazing Alpine playground in summer and winter, between lapies and other grooves carved into the rock through erosion : trekking, walking, rock-climbing, ski touring, mountaineering, all ... close by the Village !
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We invite you to discover this magnificent valley, the birthplace of the Reblochon cheese, through which the Borne river flows between the gentle alpine slopes of the Lachat mountain, forests and the steeper rocky outcrops at the foot of the Aravis range.
Founded in 1677, the chapel is nestled in the heart of the old village of Le Chinaillon. Despite major renovation work to the building in 1977, it has retained its traditional appearance.
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Highest point of the winter ski area over 2000 m altitude, it's also a well-known take-off point for paragliders.
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Located at 1618 m altitude, open from June to October, it connects Le Grand-Bornand in the Arve valley. Starting point for hikes, it is also a classic cycle route used many times by the Tour de France.