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4.1 TNR PtMarmora-Chialv-Tende

Difficult
10:36
67.9 mi
6.4 mph
10,650 ft
7,650 ft
Expert gravel ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
10.7 mi
© OSM

Ligurian Alps

Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

67.9 mi
© OSM

Col de Tende

Mountain Biking Highlight

67.9 mi
Destination

Waytypes

Singletrack: 1.77 mi
Path: 10.4 mi
Access Road: < 109 yd
Cycleway: 0.63 mi
Street: 2.07 mi
Road: 42.6 mi
State Road: 9.28 mi
Off-grid (unknown): 1.17 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 182 yd
Unpaved: 11.3 mi
Cobblestones: 381 yd
Paved: 4.14 mi
Asphalt: 50.9 mi
Unknown: 1.24 mi
  • Includes off-grid segments

    Navigation instructions may be limited.

Weather Forecast

The Torino-Nice Rally planned a gravel ride.

July 23, 2019

Comments

  • The Torino-Nice Rally

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    IMPORANT UPDATE October 2020 -
    Severe flood damage and disruption to the southern sections of the route 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 6 and SCR.3. Route impassable and dangerous.
    4.1 - Areas before and after the Col Tende subject to disruption, closure and unstable ground. Diversions in this area are not generally possible, the Col Tende being the only gap in a long chain of mountains. Check local situation before attempting to travel. The TNR Ltd Co now (in Oct 2020) considers this route for reference only and strictly NOT for travel use, until further updates are possible in 2021.
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    Stage 4.1 - Ponte Marmora, Italy to Col Tende / Colle di Tenda, France-Italy border. Filename '4.1 TNR PtMarmora-Chialv-Tend'.Our original route past Chialvetta with the rough stuff section into Little Peru. A notable hike/push on footpaths in beautiful surroundings beyond Chialvetta rewards with some #bunkerresearch at the top and a dramatic unveiling of the altopiano from the Passo della Gardetta. If you rode the Col d’Izoard rather than the hike-a-bike option there and still want to earn your Rough Stuff Alps points on this route, then this is the route to take.The route continues on a long descent to Demonte, a bike path road to Borgo San Dalmazzo and good resupplies at Limone Piemonte. It follows the same route as 4.2 after the Gardetta area, using a flat route between Demonte and Limone Piemonte.
    Both 4.1 and 4.2 routes pass two bike shops around the 75km point, on the way out of Borgo San Dalmazo.
    The Torino-Nice Rally route here is the same as used for the Torino-Nice Rally annual event. The event and route info management is in support of Smart Shelter Foundation.
    (smartshelterfoundation.org/what-we-do and torino-nice.weebly.com/smart-shelter.html)
    Torino-Nice Rally bag patches are available to any rider of the route by making a donation directly to Smart Shelter. More info / get in touch with us here -
    torino-nice.weebly.com/contact--patches.html

    • July 23, 2019

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