Col du Lautaret France Motorcycle – Route des Grandes Alpes – Ive Done It! Sticker
Show the world you’ve climbed a high mountain pass in the French Alps with the I’ve Done It! Col du Lautaret, Route Des Grandes Alpes motorcycle sticker.
Shield style design. Features pass name in large font, a distressed style French flag, along with the altitude, GPS coordinates and the max gradient.
Col du Lautaret 2058 m 6752 ft is a high mountain pass in the department of Hautes-Alpes in France. The pass is traversed by the scenic Route des Grandes Alpes D902
At an altitude of 2058 m, the Col du Lautaret is France’s highest mountain pass open to traffic year-round. It is also the passing point between Oisans and the Briançonnais, in addition to being one of the lowest points of the separation between the Northern and Southern Alps, as well as between the Ecrins and Arves mountain ranges.
The pass has been climbed several times in Tour de France, and it’s open all year round. It provides good views of La Meije to the south-west and the Grand Galibier to the north. Often ignored because of its location below the Col du Galibier, the Col du Lautaret is still a huge climb.
Other mountain passes of the Route des Grandes Alpes include: Col d’Eze, Col d’Izoard, Col de Castillon, Col de l’Iseran, Col de La Bonette, Col de La Cayolle, Col de La Colombière, Col de La Couillole, Col de La Croix De Fer, Col de La Madeleine, Col de Turini, Col de Vars, Col des Aravis, Col des Gets, Col des Saisies, Col du Galibier, Col du Lautaret, Col du Télégraphe, Col Saint Martin, Cormet de Roselend
These stickers are ideal for motorbike panniers, camper vans, laptops, fridges, cars, motorbikes, tool box’s and similar flat & smooth surfaces.
- Removable, individually die-cut vinyl
- Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows, etc.
- 3.2mm white border around each design
- S – 76mm x 82mm
- M – 129mm x 140mm
- L – 199mm x 216mm