The Galibier is a mountain pass in the French Alps near Grenoble. It's the 8th highest paved road in the Alps, and is usually the highest point of the Tour de France.
As with the rest of the Tour de France Climbs collection, we’ve stripped back the detail to reveal the most important part of this epic climb... the road and epic view! The print focuses on the simplicity of the tarmac winding it's way through the landscape which forms the lung-busting climb you know and "love".
If you have achieved this great climb, or know someone who has, why not immortalise the moment and have the print personalised.
Add your details to the form provided and we will get in touch within a few days with a design for you to approve/comment on.
Paper stock, sizing, postage and frames
Printed on sustainably sourced 200gsm FSC (Forest Stewardship Council approved) paper. Your cycling poster will be shipped in a tough, recyclable, poster tube to ensure that your poster reaches you in top condition - and if it doesn't we will ship you out a replacement.
Available rolled: A3 (297 x 420mm) or A2 (420 x 594 mm) or framed. If you are looking for a frame please add a poster to your basket then head to our framing page.
Brought these 2 posters Col du Galibier and Alpe D'huez for my cycle crazy partner. Fabulous quality and colour, prompt service, very pleased. They have been framed and have been hung pride of place on our staircase. Only negative.....couldn't get a poster of the de la Croix de Fer, he cycles this climb whenever we are in France........we await and hope.
A really great minimalist take on what is considered Le Tour’s highest climb. A superb complement to my ‘Tour Winners’ poster from The English Cyclist.
The ordering, delivery and service was excellent too!
Great product and received pretty swiftly. Will be buying some more products in the future
I love my 3 cycling prints. Excellent quality, quick delivery and well packaged. Picture taken before they were hung on my staircase. Frames bought separately from Amazon.
My Dad loved this print and was able to pick out the places where he had stopped when riding the Galibier a few years ago.