- Val d’Isère to pass summit: 17km
- Bonneval-Sur-Arc to pass summit: 14 km
- Length: 31 km
- Pass height: 2’770 m above sea level
- Country: France
- Winter closure: October to May
Mountain Pass Road
The Col de l’Iséran, at 2,770 m above sea level, is the highest pass in the Alps that can be driven on. It connects Val d’Isère and Bonneval-Sur-Arc.
The Val d’Isère is well known as a winter sports resort with the ski resorts of Tigne and Grande Motte. Part of the ski area is also located on the Col d’Iséran. Therefore, it is closed from October to the end of May. My recommendation: check the current traffic situation before driving.