Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, the Col d’Azet connects the Aure Valley and the Louron Valley. A little-traveled road in the middle of pastures, it is a regular stage of the Tour de France.
Once at the top, you will be at the level of the Val Louron resort, at 1580 m of altitude. You will then be able to admire the resort of Saint-Lary with the Pla d’Adet on the west side and the resort of Peyragudes on the east side.
- Starting altitude: 866 m
- End altitude: 1,590 m
- Cumulative positive elevation gain:997 m
- Distance: 10.6 km
- Average slope: 7%
The ascent to the pass is longer on this side (12 km). It starts at an altitude of 827 m with an average slope of 7% and ends at 1,580 m, i.e. 753 m of ascent.
Allocate about 1 hour for the ascent.
Beware of the wind at the finish, the pass is well cleared.