The Barbarian Cycling Club

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Marmotte/Alpine tour

I am looking into costs for an Alpine trip next July.

I think all of us are interested. If it is just us I am looking at the cost of a minibus and renting a mobile home on a campsite.

A possible itinerary:

Friday 1st July:

Depart v early  in the morning

Hotel at 4pm in Grenoble

Drive to Alpes D’Huez to register for Marmotte

Saturday 2nd July:

Drive to Bourg D’Oisans with kit and park at campsite

Do Marmotte

Return to campsite for dinner

Sunday 3rd July:

R and R

Tour

Meal out

Monday 4th July:

Drive home

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July 12, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

4 Comments »

  1. I would vote for going on Thursday. I wouldn’t want to risk miss registration and I think it would be good to have a tootle along the valley on Friday to get ourselves loosened up.

    You also forgot the Grimpeur on Sunday.

    Comment by Adam | July 12, 2010 | Reply

    • No I didn’t forget the grimpeur. I plan to give of myself on the Saturday to such an extent that I cannot walk.

      Comment by adpugh | July 12, 2010 | Reply

  2. It’s a suggested itinerary so open to ideas.

    A minibus for 15 would cost something like £550 to rent but £40 for each driver and you need a tachograph to drive in France.

    The hotel is to offset having to hire a chalet for two weeks as they seem to run Saturday to Saturday.

    It’s all research at this stage though.

    Comment by adpugh | July 12, 2010 | Reply

  3. Can we not get the train of fly? Those many hours in a car were fun but also enduring. I’d prefer a less involved way of getting there. Also does it have to be the Marmotte or are there others we could do instead for a change of scenery?

    Comment by Raderson | July 12, 2010 | Reply


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