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Le Col du Frene - Savoie - By Flyprod
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Le Col du Frêne se situe en Rhone-Alpes et fait partie du Alpes. Depuis Ecole, la Col du Frêne est longue 8 kilomètres, pour 220 altimètres. La pente moyenne est 2.7 %. Regardez s'il y a d'autres flancs à grimper la Col du Frêne .

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