Haute Route Alps 2022

Questions about bike hire abroad and everything light bike related. No off-topic chat please

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by RyanH

Pictures for Stage 7:


I forgot that I didn't have time to take any photos myself.

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by MrCurrieinahurry

Loved this write up.. could really feel you and your pals pain

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by basilic

Ryan, thank you, nice report!
I think you inserted the wrong profile into the Méribel-Megève stage
It was me warning you about la Loze. Courchevel/Méribel put in the paved road to stimulate summer tourism, to attract roadies, and the steep sections were added as a bonus. Then they advertised it through the TdF. It's all a bit unfortunate, there are so many nicer roads in the Alps.

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by foregroundmusic

Insane effort and really great writeup. Also the event photographer killed it, those pictures all look awesome.

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by ACree

Excellent write up. Which hotel option did you choose? I'm looking at doing this next year and the choices imply a high level of quality. I can sleep anywhere, so not important other than expectations and value. Any tips or advice for prospective HR participants?

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