Val-Cenis - Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis Galerie photo

Circuit that climbs the Col du Mont-Cenis and then follows the Lac du Mont-Cenis. Then it goes through a wild little valley till the Col du Petit Mont-Cenis.

Carte & Points d’intérêt

J'y vais


After the Col du Mont-Cenis, take the first right, then turn right again. Keep going straight on beside the Lac du Mont-Cenis to the Col du Petit Mont-Cenis.

The road surface is good, and there are light traffic levels.

You have the possibility to drink water in Lanslebourg and to the Petit Mont-Cenis, and you can eat something in Lanslebourg and to the col du Mont-Cenis and Petit Mont-Cenis.
The nearest bike repair shop is located in Lanslevillard.

With its turquoise lake and magnificent scenery, the Col du Mont Cenis is a great place to take a long and relaxing break. The road over the pass has been an important route between France and Italy for more than 1000 years. You can find out more about the area’s geography, history and wildlife by visiting the Musée de la Pyramide (audio guides in English, French and Italian) and the Alpine Garden at the Plan des Fontainettes.

Période d'ouverture

From 01/06 to 31/10.

Subject to favorable snow and weather conditions.


  • Type d'itinéraire ALLER_RETOUR

Équipements & Services

  • Picnic area
  • Bar
  • Public WC
  • Orientation board
  • Parking nearby


Free access.

Plus d'infos

Commune : Val-Cenis - Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis
Adresse :
Entité d'information : Maurienne Tourisme


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L’itinéraire en bref

  • Difficulté
    Difficulté Level red – hard
  • Dénivelé positif
    Dénivelé positif 873 m
  • Distance
    Distance 18.1 km
  • Dénivelé négatif
    Dénivelé négatif 95 m
  • Altitude max.
    Altitude max. 2177
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