Col du Clergeon
Col du Clergeon is a mountain pass at an elevation of 979m (3,211ft) above the sea level, located in the Jura Mountains, in France.
The road to the top is asphalted It’s called D55. Two middle kilometres average a very steep 10.5% and a few stretches are much steeper. The road is pretty narrow and steep. It can be closed anytime because the snow. The ascent is 10 km long, with its highest point at 979 m and a total of 10 km climbing. The average is 7.3%.
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