A paved road to the summit of Col de la Luzette
Col de la Luzette is a mountain pass at an elevation of 1.350m (4,429ft) above the sea level, located in the Gard department in southern France.
Located within the Cévennes National Park, in south-central France, the road to the summit (also known as Col de la Lusette) is paved. It’s called Route Départementale 329 (D329). This is the hardest climb you can find in the whole Massif Central.
The pass is usually open all year round. It’s 14.7 km (9.13 miles) long with 15 hairpin turns. This climb has many irregularities, some real steep parts, and that's why you don't see the same profile on every website. The climb hits about 14-15% through some of the corners.
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