Val-Cenis - Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis Photo gallery

A beautiful loop itinerary, mostly on very pleasant tracks in the forests of Lanslebourg and Termignon. A great option in very hot weather.

Map and points of interest

Let's go


The long steady climb should be taken at a moderate, regular pace to reach the top without too much difficulty.
The ride down to Val Cenis Termignon is not technically challenging and the return to Val Cenis Lanslebourg is via the Chemin du Petit Bonheur. But first, stop at the top to admire the view over the Valley and the Vanoise mountains.

Departs from: Val Cenis Termignon or Val Cenis Lanslebourg

Period of opening

From 15/05 to 15/10
Opening hours daily .

Subject to favorable snow and weather conditions.


  • Marked route Marked
  • Itinerary type Loop
  • Precision markings Marking Fédération Française de Cyclisme
  • Delicate passage The course has several long climbs with some steep sections. A good warm up for the black courses!
  • Nature of the terrain Stone Ground Grit


Free access.

Plus d'infos

Municipality : Val-Cenis - Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis
Adress :
Office de Tourisme de Lanslebourg


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Itinerary overview

  • Difficulty
    Difficulty Level red – hard
  • Positive elevation
    Positive elevation 530 m
  • Distance
    Distance 14.5 km
  • Negative elevation
    Negative elevation 530 m
  • Maximum altitude
    Maximum altitude 1826
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