Monthly Archives: January 2014

Cycling and wine tasting holidays around Mont Ventoux

  The Region surrounding the iconic cycling peak of Mont Ventoux known as the Vaucluse includes the famous cycling towns of Bédoin and Malaucène. These towns provide two of the starting points to attempt the climb accessible from three different directions. Mont Ventoux … Continue reading

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  Register for Passportes du Soleil During the summer months, this region linked by 24 lifts covering 12 mountain villages makes up the largest connected mountain bike area in the world.  With over 650km of marked trails, 10 specific downhill track and … Continue reading

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Mountain biking in Alpe d’Huez after the lifts have closed

Within the mountain biking world, Alpe d’Huez is of course best known for the MegaAvalanche. This three day event attracts thousands of amateurs keen to race against some of the best professional riders. Competitors start at the Pic Blanc at 3300m, beginning … Continue reading

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