Col d'Ibardin (Urrugne)

Start Town Altitude Elevation Gain Length Gradient Difficulty Rating
Urrugne 317m 300m 7.0 km 4.3% 124 ***

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Climb Description

Col d'Ibardin is a short and gentle climb in the foothills of the Pyrenees. It begins in the town of Urrugne (also known as Urrugne) straddles the border between France and Spain and is a nice option to include as part of a longer ride between the two countries. The road is pleasant to ride and is mostly in forest; although there are some occasional views of the coast.

Col d'Ibardin is open throughout the year.

Roads & Traffic

The road surface is in very good condition throughout.

This side of the climb can be quite busy during weekends and in the height of summer.

Alternative Routes

Col d'Ibardin can also be climbed from the Spanish side, starting in Bera.

Nearby Climbs

Col d'Ispeguy

Col d'Osquich




Cycling Holidays

We currently don't have any holidays that tackle the Col d'Ibardin. Although both our Pyrenees Coast to Coast and Basque Country cycling holidays do ride similar climbs in the Basque Pyrenees.

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

Port de Pailheres Cycling
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Guided Cycling Holiday
Length: 9 Days
Level: Difficulty Hard
Price: €1,980 EUR
*Bike Hire Included

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Guided Cycling Holiday
Length: 8 Days
Level: Difficulty Challenging-Hard
Price: €1,630 EUR
*Bike Hire Included

Basque Mountains
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Self-Guided Cycling Holiday
Length: 7 Days
Level: Difficulty Easy to Medium
Price: from €1,480 EUR