Montée d'Hauteville

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Montée d'Hauteville
Elevation 1,639 m (5,377 ft)
Traversed by N 90
Location Savoie, France
Range Alps
Coordinates 45°37′19″N 6°50′43″E / 45.62194°N 6.84528°E / 45.62194; 6.84528Coordinates: 45°37′19″N 6°50′43″E / 45.62194°N 6.84528°E / 45.62194; 6.84528

Montée d'Hauteville (1639 m.) is a mountain climb that was used in the 2007 Tour de France. The race caravan covered the first 15.3 km of the climb from Bourg-Saint-Maurice to the Little St Bernard Pass on the N. 90 border route to Courmayeur in Italy.

Details of climb[edit]

From Bourg-Saint-Maurice to the south-west, the climb is 15.5 km long. Over this distance, the climb is 799 m. (an average percentage of 5.1%), with the steepest sections at 8.1% at the start of the climb. The descent is by minor roads to join the D902 at Sainte-Foy-Tarentaise.

Appearances in Tour de France[edit]

In 2007, Montée d'Hauteville was climbed on stage 8 of the Tour de France.

Year Stage Category Start Finish Leader at the summit
2007 8 1 Le Grand Bornand Tignes Michael Rasmussen

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