Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
D/A : km 0 - alt. km 0
1 : km 0.23 - alt. km 0.23
2 : km 1.46 - alt. km 1.46
3 : km 1.9 - alt. km 1.9
4 : km 3.39 - alt. km 3.39
5 : km 4.43 - alt. km 4.43
6 : km 5.38 - alt. km 5.38
7 : km 8.04 - alt. km 8.04
8 : km 8.72 - alt. km 8.72
9 : km 9.02 - alt. km 9.02
10 : km 9.11 - alt. km 9.11
11 : km 9.83 - alt. km 9.83
12 : km 10.94 - alt. km 10.94
13 : km 14.35 - alt. km 14.35 - Bergerie du Colombier
14 : km 14.71 - alt. km 14.71
15 : km 15.45 - alt. km 15.45
16 : km 16.03 - alt. km 16.03
17 : km 17.35 - alt. km 17.35
18 : km 19.32 - alt. km 19.32
19 : km 19.57 - alt. km 19.57
20 : km 20.6 - alt. km 20.6
21 : km 21.1 - alt. km 21.1
22 : km 22.49 - alt. km 22.49
23 : km 22.84 - alt. km 22.84
24 : km 23.93 - alt. km 23.93
25 : km 25.15 - alt. km 25.15
26 : km 25.49 - alt. km 25.49 - le Pin de Maillet
27 : km 25.67 - alt. km 25.67
28 : km 27.38 - alt. km 27.38
D/A : km 27.77 - alt. km 27.77
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