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Col du Galibier (2645 m) is a very used mountain on the Tour de France-route. It is often the highest point on the tour. On the entire 34.8 km going up, the riders mount some 2121 metres (an average of 6.1%). The real climbs is on the 18.1 km from Valloire to the summit. Here, the average is 6.9%, with a max climb of 10.1% at the summit.
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