Découverte du Reposoir, du col de Romme et de Nancy-sur-Cluses
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From Cluses, go up to Le Reposoir, where you can visit its beautiful Carmel monastry Continue your route up to the famous Romme's Pass thanks to Le Tour de France. Come back to Cluses via the panoramic road.
Starting out from the Tourism Office of Cluses, take the green way near the Pont Vieux It follows the River Arve and the Louis Rouxel Avenue. At the Mont-Blanc roundabout, take the first turn to the left going towards Scionzier, Le Reposoir (Col de la Colombière), Nancy-sur-Cluses. Follow the D4 for 12 km until you
arrive at the village of Reposoir. During this first part of the itinerary, you will follow the route of the Colombière Pass, a famous pass that has
been taken during Tour de France on many occasions.
To get to the Romme Pass, take the D119 at the entrance to the village of Le Reposoir. For 6 km, you can admire the peace and quiet of this crossing of Romme. Although the gradient on the first few kilometres is high, the rest of the
route is much easier. Once you’re at the Romme Pass, get ready to go back downhill again to Cluses.
Be careful! The slope is quite steep.Admission fee : Free access.Opening : All year round.