Croix-de-Fer means cross of iron, and for this pass with 1700 altitude meters at 30 km with slopes up to 14% you should have an iron condition. The route starts in St.-Jean-de-Maurienne immediately with 10% slope and except to a flatter section in a valley it continues with up to 12%. By 5 tunnels and along a weir it goes a little easier ahead to St.-Jean-d 'Arves. In St. Sorlin-d' Arves the slope increases to 14%, but then the hardest part is done.
Towards the pass there are 10 bends with up to 12% slope. The 28-km descent with 1600 altitude meters ends in Rochetaillée.
The 20th stage of the Tour de France in 2015 led across this pass and then ended with the ascent to Alpe d'Huez.
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