|From Beaufort - [Average gradient:
6% - Maximum gradient : 10.0% - Distance 20.3km - Height gain 1227m]
Cormet de Roselend (el. 1967 m.) is a high mountain pass in the Alps in the department of Savoie in France.
It connects Beaufort (famous for its fantastic cheese) in the Beaufortain valley and Bourg-Saint-Maurice in the Tarentaise Valley.
On the west side of the pass lies the Lac de Roselend, a reservoir that is reached by the Col de Méraillet
It first featured in the Tour de France in 1979 and has appeared on numerous
occassions since then.