Pas De La Cle Vercors

The Pas de la Cle is on the Northern end of the Vercors plateau (les Balcons Nord du Vercors), and a popular viewpoint in both summer and winter.

You can walk it from Autrans in around 7km with 500m or so of ascent (or with a shorter hike from the Plateau de Geve (accessible by bus or snow shoe only during the winter.)

Snow shoe trail maps are available from the tourist office.

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Taken: 11/03/2013
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Updated: 13/08/2014


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