Artigue (Pyrenees)

Start Town Altitude Elevation Gain Length Gradient Difficulty Rating
Juzet de Luchon 1,224m 594m 6.3 km 9.4% 672 ****






Artigue Profile

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Climb Description

Artigue is a short but challenging climb to a small village situated near the town of Luchon. It is characterized by steady, but steep gradients, with long sections in excess of 10%, and also by the high number of hairpin bends on the lower part of the climb.

Most of the climb is in forest and the scenery is pleasant rather than spectacular. However, it occasionally opens up, most notably at a viewpoint near the top of the climb. From here there are fantastic views looking down on Luchon, as well as up to Pico Aneto - the highest mountain in the Pyrenees.

Artigue is open throughout the year.


Artigue from Bastida

View from Artigue, looking towards Luchon & Superbagnères





Roads & Traffic

The road surface is in very good condition throughout, and there is little traffic on the climb.




Alternative Routes

This is the only way to climb to Artigue.




Nearby Climbs


Superbagneres

Hospice de France

Col de Peyresourde

Port de Bales

Col du Portillon

Col de Mente

Col des Ares




Cycling Holidays

Artigue can be climbed as a route option on our Pyrenees Coast to Coast cycling holiday.

Check out the information below for details of this and some of the tours that we run in high mountains.




Port de Pailheres Cycling
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Guided Cycling Holiday
Length: 10 Days
Level: Difficulty Hard
Price: €1,610 EUR
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Guided Cycling Holiday
Length: 8 Days
Level: Difficulty Challenging-Hard
Price: €1,350 EUR
*Bike Hire Included

Picos de Europa National Park
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Self-Guided Cycling Holiday
Length: 8 Days
Level: Difficulty Medium to Challenging
Price: from €1,230 EUR