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The Glandon pass, located in Savoie, on the border of Isère and Savoie, connects the Combe d'Olle to the Glandon valley.

The southern slope is common to the Col de la Croix de Fer.

Altitude of the Col du Glandon: 1924 m

Access to the Col du Glandon: south side, via Allemont (38), 21.7 km at 5.1% (elevation gain: 1124 m)

North side, from La Chambre (73), 21.3 km at 6.9% (elevation gain: 1472 m)
1st ascent of the Col du Glandon in the Tour de France in 1947. The Col du Glandon is sometimes out of the mountain classification since it is part of the climb of the Col de la Croix de Fer (last ascent in 2017).

The Col du Glandon was climbed during the 18th stage of the Tour de France 2015, Gap - St-Jean-de-Maurienne.

The Tour de France in the Col du Glandon: Number of ascents of the pass: 20